Fashionistas may already know of Covet Fashion, an app with 2.5 million monthly users that allows players to virtually shop and style clothes from 180 brands’ lookbooks. Players compete in style challenges to earn stars and win exclusive in-game prizes; unlike similar games with cartoonish avatars and bright colors like other similar apps do; Covet Fashion boasts more sophisticated graphics such as J Brand, Cynthia Rowley and French Connection that could be found wholesale in department stores–allowing the app to drive shoppers directly to those brands’ e-commerce websites via direct linkage from within its app!
Users can enjoy playing this free-to-play game while making real money purchases with real money. In-game currency can be used for purchasing items for their closet, participating in style challenges and voting on outfits; more votes on an outfit means higher style scores! Users can connect with other fashionistas by joining fashion houses or linking their Facebook accounts so as to form new friendships within the game itself.
As with any mobile gaming experience, it’s vital that players understand the rules and regulations of the game before spending real money on in-game purchases. Be sure to carefully read through any terms of service agreements as there may be restrictions or limits as to which items can be bought within game; additionally it would be wise to research local laws regarding gaming activities before proceeding.
Covet Fashion is the premier virtual styling platform, connecting millions of women worldwide. Users can explore and engage with top fashion brands while exploring how they can express their personal style within a supportive and female-empowered community. The game has been designed so users can feel assured in knowing they’re not simply playing any random video game.
Covet Fashion may soon offer users the ability to buy their virtual outfits in real life, making it possible to show off all their hard work by purchasing clothing they have earned in-game and showing it off with pride to the world.
Covet Fashion and its partners strive to produce engaging content for its app’s audience. For example, in conjunction with the movie Dope, the company hosted a series that encouraged users to dress their avatars with clothes inspired by its 90s theme and was judged by other gamers based on these outfits created for characters in the movie and voted on by fellow gamers. This successful campaign generated buzz about both app and film alike while simultaneously increasing sales of soundtrack for both projects; just one initiative of many taken by Covet Fashion to promote both products and brands!