Fantasy Shopper…

Fantasy Shopper does exactly what it says on the tin. It is an online shopping market where females (and males!) that are obsessed with fashion and shopping can create their fantasy outfits, whether it be designer or high-street, without spending the huge price label that comes along with it. It is perfect for many kinds of people including those who spend their days browsing different sites for clothes, or an outfit they would love to buy but never can afford (that would be me) – or for the people who can’t help but spend their money online, but don’t want the guilt!

With an excessive wardrobe that holds thousands of different pieces for boys and girls, Fantasy Shopper provides a platform for users to pretend that they are a top stylist where they are able to design any outfit they like, without the judgement of others. And it’s just fun to get away from the stresses and strains of life by doing so!

With regular competitions, users are also able to have the opportunity to win (real money) vouchers for a variety of stores, simply by designing an outfit specific to a theme. What can seem easier than that?!

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Click to enlarge a photo. This outfit is designed for the latest event – Country Chic. I thought I’d take a different approach to this look by adding a punk/rock edge to the outfit – however kept the fringing and studs which is always a key part of a Southern look. 

What I think is great about this website is that it is a big community filled with people from all over the world, each one having a unique and individual style.  Each time someone uploads an outfit, they can be sending inspiration from different countries to someone who is in need of trying out another style to add to their wardrobe, but wouldn’t necessarily know what to choose, or maybe someone that is completely clueless of what to go for.

There is also a part of the website called ‘Style Assist’, where a user can ask for the assistance off others, whether it be if they’re not sure what dress to buy and want some help deciding, or wanting to know what kind of top to pair with an A-line denim skirt. The list is endless but the way users are able to communicate is great.

People are able to follow, like or comment one another, which makes the social interactivity of this website perfect.

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Click to enlarge a photo. This was my styled outfit for the event Snow Style and came in at a whopping £479.00 (was mostly the Michael Kors bag!) It was my first look I made and I got 19 likes which I thought was impressive!

Another great thing is that if someone was tempted to buy something but not sure what to pair it with, they can find the piece, or something similar in the online wardrobe, and try out various outfits before going out and actually buying the piece of clothing. This way they can figure out whether they want to buy it or not.

I log on a couple of times a week, yes for competitions, but also because it’s just fun. You can spend half an hour just making up crazy designs for the fun of it, and it doesn’t make you depressed like you do when browsing online stores when you know you can’t afford to buy something.

So if you fancy pretending to spend some money, want a bit of fun, or to have the opportunity to win some great cash prizes then log on to Fantasy Shopper and don’t forget to follow them on Twitter, it’s so worth it!

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http://www.fantasyshopper.com/

Twitter:

@fantasyshopper

@fernbjournalism

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