UPDATE: Drumroll, please! After much deliberating over the incredible collection of entries we received from you, our community, the winner of this round of Name It & Win It is…
Wouldn’t It Be Ice? Penguin Sweater by Daneisha Davis!
Thanks a million to everyone that entered. We’re thrilled to have such a humorous, intelligent, and endlessly creative community. Congrats to the winner, and to all of our readers, stay tuned! There are always more marvelous contests just around the corner.
Name It & Win It is back for the 2018 holiday season, and we couldn’t be more excited!
The adorable penguin sweater pictured below requires your creative brain to name in the ModCloth way we all know and love. The plan is simple: from today (11 / 26) at 12:00pm EST to Friday, 11 / 30 at 11:59 EST, you’ll have the chance to show off the most ingenious, adorable, or purely punny title you can craft in the comments. The winner will be awarded a $100 gift certificate, and the glory of seeing their name live on our site. Can’t wait to make up some monikers? Get all the info below!
Here’s all you need to know:
- To enter, submit your entry in the comment section
- The entry period begins on 11 / 26 / 18 at 12:00pm EST. The contest closes on 11 / 30 / 18 at 11:59pm EST.
- If multiple people submit the same name, only the first entry with that name will be considered.
- You may submit as many names as you would like.
- This contest is open to all legal US residents where permitted by local laws.
- Under 18? Check out our Official Contest Rules for some important deets!
- Our ModCloth copy team will pick the winner. We’ll be looking for the submission that best fits the item at hand, is under 40 characters, and reflects the spirit of ModCloth.
- The winner will receive a $100 gift certificate. Woohoo!
- We’ll contact the winner on 12 / 3 via the comment you used to submit. We’ll also shout out our winner as an update to this blog post.
- If you have questions, please see our legal info and Official Contest Rules.
Okay, you fashion-savvy name machines—get ready to show us the nature of your nomenclature. Best of luck!