The Incredible Women Awards

Do you know an incredible woman? It’s time to celebrate her!

As a team we decided we wanted to do something that will give back to women who are doing incredible things, who deserve to be recognised and celebrated for all the hard work they do.

So, we thought what better way to do this than to launch our own Perfect Dress Company awards?!

We have decided to call them The Incredible Women Awards and it is our mission to find the UK’s most incredible women who make a difference in our lives and deserve to be rewarded for doing the most amazing things!

This can be any woman who has done something amazing, whether it’s being an NHS hero in the fight against Covid-19, a mum who has gone the extra mile, a woman spreading positivity through her business, a superwoman helping a charity, or a woman who is just doing incredible things.

It could be your friend, relation, colleague, employee, boss or simply a woman you know of, these are the women who have gone above and beyond – the everyday unsung heroes we don’t hear enough about!

It can be any woman from the UK, any age, any occupation, any woman who is doing incredible things.

We love to share positive news and spread positive vibes throughout our PDC community and we would love it if you would get involved and nominate the women in your life who you think deserve to be applauded for what they are doing.

The winners will be treated to a special day of pampering where they will have their hair and makeup done by professionals and take part in a glamorous photoshoot. Winners will also receive their very own Perfect Dress Company dress and a pair of PDC earrings!

It's simple to nominate a special woman in your life, just head over to our online form here and enter a few details including why you think they should win, we will then get in touch with them to let them know they have been nominated and explain the next steps.

If you have any questions about the awards and whether you think someone is eligible please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at


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