article_ensembles-wmd2.jpgHave you ever dreamed of making it big in the fashion design scene? Then join Ensembles' Wear My Design Contest to have your very own dress design sold in Ensembles stores nationwide! All you have to do is submit a dress prototype of your design together with an application form. All submitted entries will be uploaded to Ensembles' Facebook page for voting. The competition, now on its second year, is accepting entries from May 1 to June 30, so make sure to prepare your designs right away.

In the end, only 8 aspiring designers will make the cut. Each winner will receive cash and gift certificates from Ensembles, plus special gift packs from VMV Hypoallergenics and Piandre Salon. Each winner will also be given one produced dress of his or her design. The winning pieces will be reproduced by Ensembles for the Wear My Design 2014 Spring Dresses Collection and the name of the grand winners will be featured on the Ensembles Wear My Design hangtag!

Learn more about Wear My Design Contest mechanics and rules at Like Ensembles' Facebook page. Follow Ensembles on Twitter and Instagram.

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