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WIN a day with Sandra Phillips in London

Colour Walk enthusiast will take one lucky reader shopping for a whole new look

Sandra’s fashion philosophy is simple: wear what makes you happy. “I love colourblocking, monochrome, black and white, clashing colours; I’m not afraid of colour and I’ll wear it if I like it and I think it suits me,” she declares, proving it’s never too late to embrace who you truly are.

One lucky Jewish News reader will have the opportunity to go shopping with Sandra for second-hand clothes and accessories, creating a new outfit and look for you. The day will end with photos that she will send to you, along with an illustration of you in your new outfit. To enter, fill in the form below.

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Competition closes 15 July 2024. Entrants must be aged 18 or over. Only one entry per household. No cash alternative. Winner will be notified by email. Click here to read the Jewish News‘ privacy policy.

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