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Win a bespoke suit to the value of £700

Win a bespoke suit to the value of £700 - for your chance to win, apply by Wednesday 27 April

Want to look the business, but can’t be doing with fusty tailors and sky-high prices?

Dress2kill is ideal for the bespoke suit novice. The company has taken a rather novel approach to tailoring. Rather than have to trek to them, their travelling tailors bring made-to-measure suits to the desks of busy people.

Taking into account the hectic lifestyles and aversion to shopping of most potential customers, specially trained consultants come to you for a fitting session and to discuss the design of the suit. Just a few weeks later a bespoke, British suit is ready for collection.

Accountancy Age has tied up with Dress2kill to offer one lucky reader (male or female) a bespoke suit to the value of £700.

For a chance to win this fabulous prize, send us 30 words explaining why you deserve a makeover. You must be willing to be photographed and interviewed. Send your pleas and contact details to Rachel_Fielding@vnu.co.uk by Wednesday 27 April.

Dress2kill: 0870 780 2066 or www.dress2kill.com

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