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Christchurch¹s Yummy Mummy Model Search

Christchurch¹s Yummy Mummy Model Search

Pregoli knows it can be tough being a mum-to-be, and it certainly can be tough being a mum-to-be when living in post earthquake Christchurch! Pregoli, an online clothing maternity store, have had a Yummy Mummy model search that closed midnight 7 September. They are looking for mums-to-be to model for their Spring / Summer clothing collections.

This Yummy Mummy model search turns expectant mums into a model for the day. Angela Stone will be the stylist and will prepare them for glamorous photo shoots. Not only do the mums-to-be model for a day, they also get to take away a generous prize package worth over $500. This includes designer maternity wear, skin care products to lingerie and much more.

What is Pregoli? It is an extremely convenient maternity online shopping website. Co-founder Belinda Simôn says, ³we asked the question - why give up fashion just because you¹re pregnant? We found there was a gap in the market.² Therefore Pregoli is insistent that everyday mums-to-be should get a diverse range of fashionable maternity wear, fashionable children¹s clothing and pregnancy related products at cost-effective prices. Pregoli stocks top international and New Zealand made clothing brands. Their aim is to save pregnant mums time, to make shopping safe, secure, and a pleasant experience in a mums-to-be life. As a company they are committed to their customer service, to their products and are happy just to advise and suggest garments or accessories to meet each woman¹s needs.

Pregoli was a finalist in the 2010 David Awards in the category ŒMost outstanding triumph over adversity¹. These awards are about recognising unsung heroes in home and small businesses throughout New Zealand. Belinda knows that Yummy Mummy will bring some luxury and positivity into some expectant mums¹ lives. www.pregoli.co.nz.

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