Chance to win a beautiful Gionni handbag

Gionni handbag

Chance to win a beautiful Gionni handbag .

Autumn is here and winter is not long off so now is the perfect time to update your wardrobe, not forgetting the all important accessories.
To help you get that essential look the Leitrim Observer is offering our readers the chance to win a beautiful Gionni handbag.
According to the experts the "It" Handbags for Autumn are super sleek and ladylike. The season’s bag silhouettes are a little bit structured, a little bit sweet and totally sleek at any price.
Gionni, the Irish handbag company captures this trend in its newly launched collection. From the grips of Grace Kelly to Gaga, top-handled bags have a strong hold on style. TV programmes like “The Crown” showcased the Queens still favourite style, the no-nonsense, but understated stylish, framed bag.

These bags represent a shift in tone from the oversized, slouchy bags but it’s unlikely that anyone is going to be pairing them with a pencil skirt and a full 1940s look. Instead they work best when contrasted with more directional looks or even more casual pieces. They look great with jeans and a cashmere jumper, or a leather jacket. They work too with professional day wear. Having a very smart handbag pulls a look together, and adds structure and sharpness to any look.
When it comes to finishing touches, nothing beats the classics and Gionni makes them affordable.
Gionni is available in Shaws, Pamela Scotts, Debenhams and leading independent retailers nationwide.
To be in with a chance of winning one of these beautiful bags simply answering the following question and send your answer to Please include your name, address and phone number and also mark the subject as 'Gionni handbag competition'.
Question: According to the experts the "It" Handbags for Autumn are what? Choose from the following: a) slouchy; b) oversized or c) sleek and ladylike
Alternatively you can post your entries to Gionni Handbag Competition, Leitrim Observer, 3 Hartley Business Park,
Closing date is September 29.
Good luck.

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