Ever since I can remember I have subjected those around me to a month long celebration celebrating yours truly. I love nothing more than lots of fun birthday adventures and extravaganzas and I thought this year it would be fun to include you too!
That’s right! This July you can enjoy the birthday fun too and this year I’m celebrating in a BIG way! Each week I will have 6 prizes to giveaway to 6 lucky readers and then to finish I have an extra big surprise to finish off my birthday month.
To enter all you need to do is answer the question associated with each product and our judges will choose our favourite answer.
The winner will be announced on the 21st of July at 7.30pm. Feel free to enter all of the competitions as there is no limit to how many you can WIN. Happy Birthday month! x
I consider myself very lucky and appreciate every opportunity I am given to review beautiful companies like Witjuti. The Team at Witjuti was kind enough to send me their new Kenya Dressing Gown and I have to say this review was my most luxurious to date. The second it arrived it became my shadow – I’ve not wanted to take it off!
The Kenya Dressing Gown is something you would expect to find in a 5-Star spa. With its beautiful soft and eco-friendly bamboo fabric it feels like your wearing the most amazing warm cuddle. This sustainable product means you can enjoy guilt-free relaxation.
Fun fact: Kenya means, “to breathe” in Indigenous Australian.
The Gown not only feels beautiful but it looks gorgeous on – unlike many dressing gowns that tend make you look frumpy. 5 stars to Witjuti for transforming the conventional dressing grown from boring and embarrassing to fabulous.
Would you like bring Kenya into your life? One lucky reader will win this gorgeous dressing gown just by answering this easy question: if you could be any animal in the world what would you be and why? The judges will choose their favourite answer and announce a winner at 7.30pm on the 21st of July.
Good Luck x
She feels this recognition is important, and by naming each product using the Indigenous Australian language, Witjuti embraces the spiritual connection the early Australian people had to the land.
Witjuti makes an effort to produce as little waste as possible, and we examine our environmental footprint every step of the way, always seeking new ways to improve our sustainability. We also embrace the human side of ethical business policies, believing strongly in fair wages and ethical treatment of workers.
That’s why all Witjuti clothing is made in a Fair for Life certified factory, which means all employees are treated respectfully, and never overworked or underpaid. Banika has a significant role in all production, keeping in close communication with the factory, and has even visited the factory herself to see it with her own eyes.
Witjuti clothing can be worn and styled many ways, and since it is crafted from super-strong Bamboo, each piece is made to last for years to come. From dresses and leggings, tops and pants, all the way to under garments and sleepwear, Witjuti Clothing promises to provide ethical and sustainable all-season multi-purpose clothing that can take men and women from the gym to the office to an evening out easily.