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Intu Merry Hill Spring/ Summer Fashion Weekend

This weekend, the 28th and 29th March, Intu Merry Hill, will be hosting their Spring/ Summer fashion weekender with an array of fashion shows, discounts and competitions.

For me, Merry Hill is the place to go as a new season is approaching as know I will always find some great updates for my wardrobe. It has all the shops you could possibly want, a yummy food hall and free parking.

Last week, I attended a preview media event for this weekend where we saw some of the latest looks in a fashion show hosted by Lola Royle. Topshop and River Island have been my favourite shops for a long time but I was introduced to shops such as Phase 8 and Oasis which I wouldn't normally pay to much attention too.

Key trends for this season include:

Blush Pink
Block Colours
Khaki
Stripes
Denim

I plan on visiting the centre this weekend to pick up some of my favourite pieces seen below!







There will be a voucher booklet available both online and to collect from the customer service desk offering discounts and freebies across 35 stores. Some of my favourites include 15% off at Office, £50 spend in Boux Avenue for a goody bag and 20% off in Dorothy Perkins. 

Aswell as the fashion shows, there will be 'Beauty Pods' on the Lower Mall offering makeovers and samples. There are some good beauty vouchers available too!

Finally, you are invited to spin 'The Wheel of Fashion' for a chance to win some brilliant prizes.

Visit www.intu.co.uk/merryhill for more information.

xxxx
Tasha

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