Style for the new season with The Wheatsheaf
Date published: 12 March 2017
Style for the new season with The Wheatsheaf on Saturday 18 March, between 11.00am and 3.30pm
The Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre will be hosting a fashion focused pop up event, complete with free professional stylist services, on Saturday 18 March, between 11.00am and 3.30pm.
Shoppers can visit the Style Clinic for fashion inspiration as well as the chance to bag a £200 shopping spree.
A professional stylist and make-up artist will be offering the shoppers of Rochdale free fashion advice and helpful top tips on getting the perfect spring/summer wardrobe from The Wheatsheaf.
The Style Clinic will be on the main mall and shoppers can drop in at any time to receive their personal style consultation - no appointment is necessary.
Each shopper will be handed a style guide to note down their fashion likes and dislikes, day-to-day routines and where they usually shop - which will help the experts hand-pick specific items from the Centre’s fantastic fashion mix, which includes New Look, Peacocks, Select, Craze and Solo.
A competition to win a fabulous £200 personal shopper experience in the Centre will also be running on the day – the perfect gift for Mother’s Day. All shoppers have to do is fill in a short entry form provided at the Style Clinic.
Centre Manager, Debbie Hernon, commented: “We are exceptionally excited for the Style Clinic to be at the Centre, we hope it provides shoppers with amazing fashion tips and advice to help them with their overall shopping experience at The Wheatsheaf as we spring into the new season”
Don’t forget Mother’s Day is fast approaching and The Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre has the perfect retailers to pick up a special gift, such as: New Look, Argos, Select, Wilko and more.
For more information about The Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre and events visit:
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