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Stylistically Challenged Dad to Receive Makeover


Media Note

27 August 2014

STYLISTICALLY CHALLENGED DAD TO RECEIVE MAKEOVER

Camo jackets at the mall, stubbies in the middle of winter, jeans and jandles. Westfield St Lukes know there are some stylistically challenged dads out there, which is why they’ve offered a helping hand to typical Kiwi bloke’s this Father’s Day!

During the month of August, Westfield St Lukes invited the general public to nominate a stylistically challenged dad for the ultimate Father’s Day makeover.

To date, hundreds of entries have been received with 39 lucky finalists being selected for the final stage of voting. Westfield St Lukes shoppers and members of the public will have until Wednesday 3 September to cast their final votes as to who should win the Father’s Day makeover.

The winning Dad will be treated to a personal styling session with one of Westfield’s stylist, as well as a $500 Westfield gift card. The chosen stylist will be dressing the winner from top to toe, replacing his work boots with the best summer footwear and ensuring he’s ready to hit the street with the latest in menswear and accessories. Not to mention a happy family!

The winner will be announced 3 September 2014.

For more information or to find out who has been nominated for a style makeover at Westfield St Lukes visit: http://www.westfield.co.nz/stlukes/news-and-events/dad-vote

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