Kaleidoscope Complete The Look Competition | Vote For The Winner!

Not Dressed As Lamb-Kaleidoscope Competition
Here it is – part two of my Complete the Look competition in partnership with Kaleidoscope… this is where you vote for the winner! Two weeks ago I posted part one of the competition, where I chose three items to make up an autumnal look, leaving out one item for you lovely lot to choose. And the entries were fabulous! I had a hard time whittling down the entries to just four, but I finally made up my mind.

My Autumn Shopping Days outfit is definitely a casual look – jeans and a funky sweater – but the patent bag makes it smarter and adds a dressed up element. So I’ve chosen the four pairs of boots I think best complete the look, and created a separate style board for each to help you choose the winner. I want you to decide which boots work best… cast your vote (at the bottom) once you’ve looked at all four entries!

You have two weeks to vote; everyone everywhere can cast a vote during that time. (The widget will tell you if you’ve already cast a vote if you try more than once – it’s clever like that.)

Voting closes on 14 November 2013 at 7pm GMT. The style board with the most votes wins, and the reader who chose the winning item* will be contacted after that date by email: They win ALL of the products from within the winning style board!

So… which do you think is the winning entry? Vote at the end of the four style boards!

Kaleidoscope Autumn Winter 2013
Entry 1: Joe Browns Studded Suede Boots
These low, studded boots are funky and would be so comfortable for shopping. Style-wise they work brilliantly with the poncho and as they’re suede, they add a nice texture contrast to the shiny patent bag.

Kaleidoscope Autumn Winter 2013
Entry 2: Lunar Stretch Leopard Print Boots
Talk about a statement! Knee high leopard print boots are such a fabulous idea for autumn. Having a low heel means they’ll be perfect for shopping, and leopard print is considered a neutral so looks great with my poncho/skinny jeans combo.

Kaleidoscope Autumn Winter 2013
Entry 3: Chestnut Leather Ankle Boots
As well as being a gorgeous chestnut colour, these leather ankle boots complement the tones of the poncho beautifully. They’re a great shape and the chunky heel makes them easy to walk in – they’d look great with skinny jeans throughout the winter.

Kaleidoscope Autumn Winter 2013
Entry 4: Ravel Two Tone Wedge Boots
The deep red of these classy wedges coordinates with the patent bag and adds a sophisticated edge to an otherwise soft, casual look – perfect for looking stylish whilst out shopping this season.

Update 16/11/2013: Here’s the winning entry!

Kaleidoscope poll results
Congratulations to Sue Walker who wins the entire outfit – including the boots!

Good luck to the four finalists – the winner will be announced via Twitter, Facebook and my Google+ page on or after 14 November!
Catherine x

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*The rules stated that if an item was chosen by more than one person and ended up as one of the final items, it would be the first person that left a comment suggesting that item who would be selected as a finalist. This did happen, so I will contact the four finalists by email soon after this post goes out so you’ll know for sure if you’re in the running. In the event of a tie, I have already put the four items into my personal order of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th place. Whichever tied entrant is highest will be judged the winner.

Kaleidoscope have compensated me to host this competition. All content is original and opinions are my own, however, and 100% honest.


  1. 1 November 2013 / 3:07 am

    Oh wow! I was going to submit entry no. 2, but I don't live in the UK, so I never played. Well, someone has as good a taste as me! Hahaha! I bet you had multiple entries huh?

    Fun giveaway and great graphics Catherine!


    Ann of Kremb de la Kremb

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