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With snowflakes falling across the UK and Christmas baubles hanging precariously from spruced trees, 1 December chimes the official start to the festive season

Advent calendars are feverously opened as the world gets caught up in the heady Christmas cheer. Whether chocolate, religion, beauty or extravagant (last week’s issue of Stylist featured one calendar worth a staggering £618,000), there’s one for everyone, including Whistles' specially packaged fashion offering, available online from today.

By opening one of the virtual doors, you’ll view a short film before revealing the day’s prize. Fancy winning a free year’s supply of Whistles clothes? Or snapping up a leather jacket for less than half price (for the first 50 customers)? They’re both on there.

Other prizes include a Supermarket Sweep-style trolley dash around store and a personal style appointment with Whistles’ CEO, Jane Shepherdson. To top it off, on Christmas Eve you can win a year’s free post and packing for the following year. Not bad from the comfort of your own home.

For your chance to win visit whistles.co.uk

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