FPgirl.com--the first girl-driven fashion and style destination--has announced its Simple2Swag Green Is Glam design contest in celebration of Earth Day. It's a chance for girls to design something that not only sparkles and shine but also celebrate environmental action.
For the contest, girls are encouraged to submit earth-inspired designs that show how they make the world a better place. Designs can be submitted via the FPgirl Style Mag or by mail. All submissions will be made available for voting and FPgirls will vote to choose the Top 10 designs.
The Simple2Swag design contests are a way to witness first-hand the creativity of our FPgirls, said Sarah McIlroy, founder and president of FashionPlaytes. By celebrating Earth Day with the Simple2Swag Green Is Glam contest, we are not only getting the girls excited about designing and expressing their individual sense of style, but also spreading the word about protecting the planet we all call home. This is a cause that is important to our FPgirls and we want to celebrate it the best way we know how with fabulous fashion.
Enter now until April 22. On April 22 (Earth Day) voting begins and then on April 29 the Top 10 are announced. I'll be working with a team of judges to pick the winners from the Top 10. The Top 3 winners will be announced on May 1st.
My fellow judges include Lylah Alphonse of Yahoo! Shine, Lyss Stern with Diva Moms and Kailey Harless at The Daily Mail. Each of the three contest winners will have their designs produced and printed on an eco-friendly tote bag. In addition, FPgirl will make a $50 donation in their name to their favorite environmentally friendly charity. One grand prize winner will be featured on FPgirl.com and receive an extra tote bag for her BFF.
The Top 3 designs will be available for sale on eco-friendly tote bags and made available on FPgirl.com so that all FPgirls can spread the Earth Day message in a stylish way.
For complete rules and details about the Simple2Swag Green Is Glam contest, please visit the official contest website. Good luck designers.
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