Coming off the heels of plus size empowerment from this year’s TCFStyle Expo, the messages of inspiration, self-love, girl power and body positive conversation is stronger than ever. There’s a new generation of plus size super women out here encouraging the future plus size girl bosses to be who they are and make no exceptions to the rules. This is what we love about the new campaign from UK retailer, Evans who has announced the launch of their inaugural #IamMeAwards, celebrating female strength and diversity in the UK!
Do you have what it takes? Could this be you?
Well, if you are in the UK or Ireland (or know a fabulous woman who is), keep on reading!
“After the launch of #IamMe earlier in the year, we’re really excited to look towards our customers to find an inspirational lady to feature in our next campaign. Through the #IamMeAwards, we want to celebrate the exceptional women we meet in everyday life and champion the great things that they do. We hope that this campaign will encourage all women to be proud of who they are and what they stand for.”
Taking their campaign one step further, Evans has teamed up with Marie Claire and Garnier, asking YOU to nominate yourself or a friend, across four categories:
With these nominations, YOU have the chance of winning a coveted spot in next year’s #IamMe campaign! Cool right? You could join the ranks of plus size models/bloggers like Callie Thorpe and Nadia Aboulhosn! This is the perfect opportunity for women to share and lift each other up!
Ready to enter? Ready to nominate?
Enter online at evans.co.uk/awards from Monday 15th August until Saturday 10th September and will win:
The best entry from the nominations will receive the #IamMe Award and will star in the next #IamMe campaign, to be launched in 2017. The awards will be presented at a VIP fashion event at an exclusive London venue on Wednesday, September 21st, 2016.
Nominations for the #IamMeAwards will close on Saturday 10th September 2016! This competition is open to residents of the UK and Ireland aged 18 or over!
For all my UK girls, visit: evans.co.uk/awards and evans.co.uk/iamme for more information!
Hopefully the US will be added to the list next year, how cool would this be?
Who would you nominate?