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WIN one of 2 Trimester™ Intuition Tiered Wrap Skirts valued at $89.95 each

Posted on 1/11/2011 in Competitions & Promos


The fabulous Trimester™ Intuition Skirt is restocked this month. To celebrate we are giving away 2 of these lovely skirts.

For your chance to WIN one of 2 Trimester™ Intuition Tiered Wrap Skirts simply comment below - Which top from our collection would you pair with this skirt?

Entries close 17 November 2011 at 11.30pm.  The winners will be announced on 23 November 2011 via our newsletter and blog.

good luck



Comments

Kate Armour | Wednesday, 2 November 2011

I would pair the Trimester Intuition Tiered Wrap Skirt with a Ripe Maternity Stretch Poplin Ruched Short Sleeve Maternity Shirt in white. This combination would make a perfect work outfit for me as a primary school teacher....helping me make it through to the Christmas holidays in the hot weather.
Sara-Jane Dean | Wednesday, 2 November 2011

It would have to be a casual fitted sleeveless top like the 1 In The Oven - Essential Ribbed Nursing Tank. I would wear this outfit around the resort I am going to at Christmas- it would be perfect matched with the mentioned top in white- paired with some bright yellow wedges and some red lipstick!! That's a great summer Christmas outfit for being at the coast.
Jo Jacques | Thursday, 3 November 2011

Without a doubt, I would team it together with the Kyle Tie Top in Coloured Dots (Quack Maternity). Expecting my second, I know how much a great top (with baby duck distraction!!) and a fabulous comfortable looking skirt will be. I'll have my hands full with two, and this combination will have me looking fantastic at the toughest of times!!
Linda | Thursday, 3 November 2011

I would wear this with the Quack Maternity Justin Tie top. I'm a stay at home mum and am strongly resisting the jeans/t-shirt fashion rut that can come with that job description! I would wear this outfit with a cute pair of sandals to the park or playgroup.
Fanny sutanto | Friday, 4 November 2011

I will pair this with quack puff sleeve tunic shirt and a long necklace.very feminine & stylish. Love it :)
Renee Hurley | Saturday, 5 November 2011

I would wear this skirt with the Trimester - Less is More Ruched Bandeau. This outfit could be dressed up or down with a variety of shoes/accessories. Just perfect for the party season :)
Anna | Sunday, 6 November 2011

I would love to win this skirt! It would make me look very pretty and it looks very comfortable.
Lydia York | Sunday, 6 November 2011

Nothing beats a navy and grey combo, so I would wear this skirt with a grey Ripe Maternity Ruffle Front Tank. Add some flat shoes for casual, or add some heels and accessories for work or going out. Perfect!
Pippa White | Monday, 7 November 2011

Definitely the Everly Grey- Rosie top! Love the crispness of stripes for spring! Really hard choice though, it's a skirt that would go with everything- dress up or down! Pippa
Kirsten | Monday, 7 November 2011

What a fabulous skirt - so difficult to decide! As a mum of two boys with my third bub on the way, I would wear it every day with any white or grey tank, especially the Trimester Miracle Maternity Tank as they are super comfortable and would make me feel amazing, but I would love to team it the LIL Designs - 8 Way Maternity Top in Cream Bead design and tan wedges for my birthday dinner in December! Ripe Ruffle Front Tank would be perfect too, or a 1 In The Oven - Essential Ribbed Nursing Tank Top so you can wear beyond pregnancy. Which top wouldn't go with it!
Hettie | Monday, 7 November 2011

For the upcoming social season this skirt would be fab with the Trimester - Less is more ruched bandeau.... gorgeous! Although, I will be breast feeding at this time (all going well- my due date was yesterday!) so the 1 in the Oven essential nursing tank would be perfect! Simple, stylish but so functional.
Mrs Sharp | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

I think the Quack Nursing Lacy Cami in black would go with it perfectly! Dress it up or dress it down, with the advantage of having access to bub's milk bar at any time!
Sherree | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

I would team the Trimester Intuition Skirt with the Ripe Maternity Ruffle Front tank for some effortless glamour!
Jade | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

I'd team it with a 1 In The Oven - Essential Ribbed Nursing Tank Top in black. I could wear it with flats and a hat for a casual and stylish look or put on some heels and jewels for an evening occasion.
Monique N | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

The LIL Designs 8 Way Maternity Tops are perfect for this skirt! Very flattering as well as being cool and summery. The 'Kara' print would be my top pick to coordinate with the Trimester Intuition Skirt. I would also dress this skirt down for casual wear with my fave Miatom tee's.
Tanya Georgaros | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

For the upcoming summer months I would choose the "Quack Nursingwear - Original Nursing / Maternity Tank Top" in cream. Would suit all the BBQ's and other social occasions I have coming up over the summer months until bub arrives and then I have the ability to nurse as well.
Chrissy | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Wow this skirt has gorgeous detail I wouldn't want to hide that and think it would team up perfectly with the Quack Nursingwear - Koby Tank Top in Coloured Dots, it's just enough to add some colour and cuteness, and would be very practical. It was a hard choice but think I made the right one to really show off that skirt!
Leah | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

I would team this skirt with the Ripe Maternity ruffle front tank for a fun and flirty summer look. With an 11 month old currently in tow, I know she would love to play with the neck ruffles on top and the fabric tie on the skirt as much as I would love wearing them!
Lisa Burford | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

I would wear it with the ripe maternity ruffle front tank. Wearing it during the day with sandals and then dressing it up at night with accessiories. It would be the perfect go to outfit when I can't be bothered even looking in the mirror before I leave the house.
Yulia Mckenzie | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

I would wear with Wool Rib Scoop Maternity Top , very simple, but elegant.
Louise | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

So, so hot today and with bub # 3 due in February this will be the perfect airy skirt ! I am going to need one to get me through the school holidays.... it certainly will go with anything....but definately my favourite one in the oven tanks, beads and a big hat ! I love the classic navy, I am a huge navy fan !
AJ Vickery | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

I would wear it with the Quack- Tyler Organic Tank top. It's hard to find such lovely clothes up here in Cairns and this time of year, more airflow and less fabric is the way to go!
Jo Newham | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

I would wear it with the Ripe Maternity Ruffle Front Tank. It would look great both before and after my bump has arrived!
Jess Lloyd | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

I would love, love, love to win this gorgeous skirt! I already own the cream Trimester Miracle Maternity Tank, so I would def wear it with that but I would also have to purchase the grey tank because it looks so good in the photo with the grey one and my cream one is soooooo comfortable!!
Hannah | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Love the boho potential of this skirt. I would follow the rule of "something loose with something fitting" and pair it with your slinky Trimester Miracle Maternity Tank. To complete the look, I'd throw on a stretchy belt and a chunky statement necklace.
Katie | Tuesday, 8 November 2011

This skirt looks great! I would wear it with a simple top, such as the Trimester Less is More Rouched Bandeaux. I'd also add some chunky beaded jewellery or a scarf to the mix..
Petra | Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Wow, what a gorgeous skirt!! I would wear it with Quack Nursingwear's Nursing / Maternity Cowl Top because my baby will be due in winter. I think I would also get a pair of black pregnancy stockings to go with it, and a big blue wooly scarf. I love the shade of blue. Goes with so many colours :-)
Andrea | Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Love the style of this skirt! I've just had a baby girl & would team this skirt with a 1 in the oven essential ribbed nursing tank top in faded black for a perfect summer post partum look!
Ramya | Wednesday, 9 November 2011

I would team it with the 1 in the Oven- Essential Ribbed Nursing Tank top, is a subtle yet sexy look for a day out on the beach, casual dinner with friends or even Christmas brunch! The best part is it can be jazzed up or down with funky accessories. A short cardi once cooler months strike,and it can transition into winter too. And best of all the skirt matches my new stroller.
Sharon | Wednesday, 9 November 2011

I would team it up with a 2 chix maternity tank for a fun and sexy look. Perfect for summer at the beach or out for lunch with friends. You could mix and match with lots of colours...totally stylish, totally sheik!
Rebecca | Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Quack nursing wear Ashton angel sleeve top would look great with this skirt because it suits the flowing Boho relaxed style of the skirt. This can take you through summer, spring and winter with boots and a cardi. Love! Please pick me! Please, please, please.
Jen Paroz | Wednesday, 9 November 2011

I would definately choose one of the Quack Nursingwear tops to team with this beautiful skirt. Either the Justin Tie top or the Ashton Angel sleeve top. These tops are sooo comfy and accomodate a growing bump without riding up, not to mention they are nice and discreet for feeding. This skirt would be a lovely Christmas gift for any lucky mum!
Anh Nguyen | Wednesday, 9 November 2011

This gorgeous skirt would go with many of you lovely tops. I would pair it with Maternal America - Elastic Smocking Blouse. Thanks for helping us mums to be stay stylish Queen Bee.
Anna Cowan | Friday, 11 November 2011

I would match the skirt with the Quack Tyler Organic Tank top in grey and finish off the outfit with some colourful long beads and white thongs for a casual, yet stylish, summer outfit - perfect for feeding bub over the Christmas and New Year period!
Caroline | Saturday, 12 November 2011

For wearing anytime, this skirt is perfect teamed with the, "Trimester™ - Achieve Button Scoop Top."
Lisa | Saturday, 12 November 2011

The skirt looks fabulous styled the way it is in the pic with a simple fitted tank, like the Trimester Miracle Maternity Tank, and dressed up with a cute necklace or summer scarf and a pair of gorgeous heels or strappy flats. So versatile as it can be dressed up or down and worn transeasonal also. I would love one!!
Jen Seymour | Saturday, 12 November 2011

I love this intuition skirt by Trimester, I would pair it with the Trimester Palisades Drape Tee as you could wear the shirt tucked into the skirt for a fitted look or for a relaxed look gently resting on top of that cute band. The length of this shirt is great for the growing belly and I love the sleeve! Cute flats and a wide brimmed hat are all that are needed for this hot summer up here in central queensland!
Tenielle | Monday, 14 November 2011

I'd wear the navy Trimester Intuition Tiered Wrap Skirt with a creme or grey Miracle Maternity Tank, plus a long pendant necklace (or harmony ball) and flat strappy sandals. Perfect for the hot summer months ahead with a growing belly!
Nicole | Monday, 14 November 2011

I would pair a Ripe Maternity Ruffle Front Tank in white with this skirt. It's cute, flirty, comfortable - perfect for a summer bbq!
Jessica Harding | Monday, 14 November 2011

I think the wrap skirt paired with the Maternal America white frill top is the perfect combination. If it's good enough for Jessica Alba, it's good enough for me! :)
Virginia Mason | Monday, 14 November 2011

I would team this skirt with the Trimester - Less is more ruched Bandeau (in black or cream). A gorgeous combination that could take me through day and look glamorous for night time events.
Jacki | Tuesday, 15 November 2011

I would wear this skirt with the Ripe Maternity - ruffle front tank. Casual for day and yet still dressy for evening. For day with a pair of cute sandals and for evening, with a pretty pair of wedges.
Chelsea | Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Love to team it with the Ripe Maternity Ruffle Front Tank, to keep it very gorgoeus and feminine!! Add flats for day time, or a little heel for evening with the right accessories and voila!!
Michelle | Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Trimester™ Sultry One Shouldered Ruched Top would go perfectly with the Trimester™ Intuition Tiered Wrap Skirt...lovely for a hot, summery day!
Amanda Gorham | Wednesday, 16 November 2011

I'd wear the Bonds Bumps Nursing Maternity Singlet- it would make me look great during this long hot summer and beyond as my bump grows!
Anne Doran | Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Ripe maternity ruffle front tank...who doesn't love a few ruffles? Makes me feel like a girly girl!
Emma | Wednesday, 16 November 2011

I would team this great skirt with a fab Trimester Miracle Maternity tank in creme!
Sheryl | Wednesday, 16 November 2011

For a great summery casual look I would team this skirt with the Trimester - Less Is More Ruched Bandeau in Creme. A great fitting top to show off my ‘bump’ and a cool flowing skirt, teamed with some flat comfy sandals!
Katheryn | Thursday, 17 November 2011

Ripe Maternity Stretch Shirt. This skirt would be perfect for the upcoming summer and would go nicely into Autumn as well.
Michelle Webb | Thursday, 17 November 2011

This skirt is so versatile that I would team it up with a simple cotton singlet with a scarf around my neck or if its chillier the Seraphine Bamboo Nursing jumper showing a little shoulder on one side and team it up with some boots! Perfect!
Ros Drover | Thursday, 17 November 2011

I'd pair it with 1 in the Oven- Essential Ribbed Nursing Tank top as they would be a gift to my daughter!
Bronwyn | Thursday, 17 November 2011

With the Quack Ashton Angel Sleeve top. I love that top!
Beck | Thursday, 17 November 2011

I would pair this skirt with the Trimester Miracle Maternity Tank in Persian Rose, simple yet oh so stylish - I like a defined bump not a hidden one :)

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