Saturday, December 27, 2014


Three days of fashion challenges, three days of winners. 
Every day you will be required to complete a different challenge teamed up with another member. 

40-40 sd prize given out for each day!

You must compete in all three days or you will not qualify to win.


The first snowfall of the season has arrived today, just in time after Christmas haha... so, inspiration struck and I decided to reveal an easier task for the final day.

Create matching outfits for a fun winter day spent together with your partner. They can either be cozy indoor looks for lazy hours sipping hot chocolate - or fashionable outfits perfect for a winter stroll outdoors.

Use as many layers (especially knitwear) as you dare. Mixing different textures and patterns might end up looking super great! Combine skirts with pretty tights, knee socks or tight-high boots. Wear a patterned shirt under your sweater. Try to put on multiple scarves! You've got various possibilities :)

You can even resize and rotate your furs/scarves/other items to create an even more impressive layering. Click HERE to see the video that shows how to do it!

Some photos to inspire you:

Also, heavy blanket coats and capes are absolutely in this season, as seen on the runways of Chanel, Roberto Cavalli and Etro.
I recommend to try one of these trends!

Deadline extended!
All challenges must be completed by Midnight, January 4 (Sunday) USA EST

NO PHOTO EDITING ALLOWED (other than background)

Please remember:
can be created in Starplaza
You both must be followers of this blog and members of the club Hotbuys_Bazaar.
~ You must be signed in to Disqus. Guests won't be accepted.
~ Screen print must be large and clear. Please crop to show only your entry.
~ Post pic in comments, I will not view links.
~ Don't forget to leave your Stardoll Name
~ No cheating by entering more than once under other accounts and/or copying other peoples entries. 

~ Be creative AND stylish

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