Saturday, 24 September 2011

EVENT - Join Me For A Beginners Blogger Tutorial in London


Next week the Car Bootique starts at Westfield London, running from 27 September – 2 October. Last year I was involved in some workshops for bloggers and this year I'll be back again, on a bigger scale. Read on budding blog superstars...

New to blogging? Want to know how to get started or grow your audience?

If yes, you could come along and find out more from me. I have 3 style blogs, contribute to Yell.com's interior blog and also run the blog for Debenhams. I've got 5 spaces up for grabs to my beginners tutorial next week so if you want to come along as my guest simply email me at jenny@thestylepa.com with a link to your blog, or a description of your blog idea and the one thing you'd really like to find out. I'll pick 5 ticket winners on Tuesday night.

Event: Beginners blogger tutorial
When: 1.30pm, Saturday 1 October 2011
Where: Westfield London, W12 7SL
With: Me

Plus lots more going on...

For the Car Bootique event, Westfield London’s most fashionable brands take the wheels of a luxurious Mercedes-Benz car filling the boot with competitions, exclusives and stylish buys. Revamp your wardrobe with fashion from the likes of Twenty8Twelve, Coach, Firetrap, French Connection, Biba at House of Fraser, Onitsuka Tiger, Reiss, Ted Baker, DKNY Jeans and River Island. Plus, make-up artists are on hand too.

On Saturday and Sunday (1-2 October). There will be a live catwalk show four times a day showcasing AW11 style ideas. So you can come along to the blogger class, get inspired by the catwalk and fashion brands and then head home to get started on your fabulous new blog!

Plus if you are a bit more of an experienced blogger, Fashion Foie Gras and Disney Roller Girl are also holding tutorials. View full tutorials info.



To enter...

Email jenny@thestylepa.com with your blog url or idea and what you'd like to learn and I'll pick 5 winners on Tuesday night.

Feel free to leave a comment about what you'd love to know more about too. I want to make sure my session is as useful as possible for those who come along.

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