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Chic Kiss Love : The Fashion Uprising

Wondering what it is about?
Chic Kiss Love is a platform which aims to form a fashion collective that promises quality and affordability as well as strong aesthetics. We select labels which have met our standards of excellence based on quality, customer service and aesthetics.

I got to know about Chic Kiss Love's Fashion Uprising event through Maybelline Facebook; though I did not win a golden ticket, I went down anyway to check out what the brands have got to offer. O accompanied me to the event and we reached at around 1pm(door opens to public at 1pm). The queue was really long and we waited for 30 minutes to get in. Being the first 500, we were each given a goodie bag which contains stuffs a few vouchers plus a small pack of rock candy; most of the items in the bag didn't appeal to me. Most of the vouchers are either valid online or limit to minimum spending of $50-$60. And I hardly shop online for blogshop labels as prices have been increasing, plus there is a very high chance you'll see someone in town wearing the exact same piece as you.

Shall share the voucher codes here so those who shop online can get additional discounts! ;)
Momoteapots : $2 Voucher (No minimum purchase) , Code: MMT2FM
Theclosetlover : $5 Voucher , Code: CHICKISSLOVE
Vogue Fashion House : $5 discount , Code: Ilovevfh
Missypixie : 10% off (No minimum purchase) , Code:CLK-MP
Goodie Bag from the event:
As expected, the place was crowded and it was difficult to buy anything or grab hold of any clothes without knocking into someone. I only manage to get a dress and I kinda regret it afterwards as it wasn't something that I would wear out often.

I did try out some clothes from TheStageWalk & Hollyhoque. Here's some pictures of Hollyhoque's upcoming collection: Mesh Toga Dress
I liked its material but even with its inner lining, I still find it sheer. Being UK4/6(depending on cutting), I don't think it looks good on my skinny frame:(

Besides shopping, there was a photo booth and we decided to take some pictures! L was working there so I asked him to join in too. There was a 5 sec time limit and we had to grab the props fast, noticed O missing in a shot.

*There's another fashion event coming up on 28th&29th July, shall blog about it soon ;)


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