Make Your Dress Dreams Come True With Fantasy Shopper!

19 October 2011

We’ve lost count of the number of hours we’ve spent fantasizing about our dream wardrobe. Diane Kruger’s metallic Vionnet dress is top of our wishlist and we'd like Kate Middleton’s Mulberry Polly Push Lock bag please. Ooh, and throw in Leelee Sobieski’s Mary Katrantzou silk jacquard frock and Emma Stone’s Giambattista Valli fine-knit sweater too, thankyouverymuch. The only thing stopping us is a lack of a gazillion pounds >grump<

So hallelujah for Fantasy Shopper (, the online wonderland where us mere mortals can go on a worldwide shopping spree FOR FREE!

Well, sort of. The cash isn't actually real *bank account rejoices* but this is one fun game that is seriously addictive. After collecting £300 (oh yes), Grazia Daily has spent the morning browsing through an array of our favourite highstreet stores before hitting the big time in Harrods, natch. THEN we've created a virtual outfit to share with our fellow Graziettes (it's the perfect way tor pick that Saturday night outfit, no?). So do you wanna look inside our shopping bag? Oh, go on then.

Right, we've got one slinky horse print dress from Oasis, a bejewelled clutch from Coast, a python top from All Saints, buckled boots from French Connection AND this belted caramel coat from Reiss. You like? Yes, we may have got a leeetle trigger happy but hey, it's Fantasy £s! 

You can even create racks in your wardrobe to organise your goods, have a nosey through your friends’ purchases and earn cash bonuses. But what's the point if you can't really buy the clothes, you may well ask? Well, the good news is you CAN! Yep, with just one click, you'll be taken from the Fantasy Shop to the REAL retailer website where you can spend REAL money.

So we recommend getting involved and fulfilling your shopping fantasies, like pronto. Just one word of warning: you're gonna be HOOKED.

- Jessica Vince


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