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Myer comp fashion win will fund a spring outfit

A COAST woman has been named one of Australia's most fashionable in an Instagram competition run by Myers.

Kimberley Jull of Yandina Creek triumphed over other fashionistas to be named this week's #MyerFOTF Instagram Competition winner.

Ms Jull's floral-print dress and hat has proven a lucky outfit, having also won her a recent Fashions on the Field competition at Corbould Park.

"I do love to compete in Fashions on the Field and I was ecstatic when I won earlier this year, but just as excited to win this time around," she said.

"I've never entered any online competitions before but I was handed a competition fan in Myer while I was scouting about for ideas for my Melbourne Cup Day outfit, so I thought it was a good omen and just had to enter."

Ms Jull has won a $500 Myer Gift Card, which she plans to put towards her new spring racing look.

To enter the competition, people need to take a photo in their finest spring racewear while holding a Myer fan, tagging @FlemingtonVRC and @Myer along with #MyerFOTF on Instagram.

The fans are available from selected Myer stores and can be downloaded from Myer's website.

Weekly winners will go in the draw to win the major prize - a Crown Oaks Day experience including VIP tickets to Myer Fashions on the Field, accommodation at Sofitel Melbourne On Collins and private transfers.

Topics:  competition instagram myer


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