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Hello Covet, It would be really awesome if you fixed the sweaters. Sometimes when you put them on especially a turtleneck it won't line up right with your necklace you pair with it and make it all uneven. Also, the hair v.s. hat situation. The way certain hair styles get cut off so awkwardly takes away from lower level people because we don't get very many hair options. Also, when you wear a cardigan and want to put a belt on it will put the belt around the cardigan instead of under where it should be. Also, not being able to sort items by price can have you spending hours just scrolling through seeing if and what you can afford. You also can't wear socks & tights. You also can't put pants or shorts over a body suit. You also make the challenges just about as expensive as flashbacks. Most challenges ask for up to four pieces of jewelry all of which are $400 or diamonds and up. You don't give us enough money or diamonds to even consider being able to do that. Just some suggestions! It would also be really cool to have the jet set looks & challenge looks be separated or even having a search so you can search for a specific look. Even if you could sort your looks by score or season it would be easier to view past looks. It would be cool if you guys also added that when you click 'Likes' on your main profile screen it would show you the outfits that got likes.
Like others have stated, the game is fun and I do like playing. BUT, 1) I strongly believe the team needs to review how voting is done. Why would a level 10 player go against a level 55??? The higher level of course is going to get the vote. Higher levels always do because they have the cool makeup or hairstyle. Work on this Covert! 2) Top Look/Perfect Score is usually always the high levels and all the looks-look the same. What happened to fashion being an expression of one’s personality. 3) Borrowing, again I strongly believe the team needs to review the rules and update them. Players who are in a Fashion House and have Friends should be allowed to borrow 1 item from each per outfit. Do a test run and see if we the players responded positively or negatively. 4) This is a pive of mine. Please y’all check your spelling and grammar. Most of the time I have to piece together words to figure out the challenge. 5) About challenges, if you ask the players to dress a nurse, you should provide scrubs as an option. That is just one example. I could literally go on. 6) Hair accessories should be an award, players should not have to spend $8.99 of our money. If you want to charge than players should be allowed to purchase with game money or diamonds. 7) A big pive of mine is being required to purchase jewelry on a challenge and because of the scene the earrings don’t even show. Other than the things I mentioned, the game is fun.
Honestly I’m obsessed with this game. I love it. It is my one guilty pleasure. It is expensive because you have to buy clothes otherwise it takes forever to level up. Leveling up is important because with each new level you get new hair and makeup. Typically that scores higher. People vote on the looks. I am okay with higher levels being paired with lower levels because higher levels have worked HARD and put in their dues. The one thing that is weird for me is that some ppl vote for the tackiest looks thinking “more is more” just because the doll is overflowing with props and tons of layers. I feel like a lot of tacky looks get voted higher than looks that actually look amazing regardless of level. I do wish there was a curve in the scoring also because I have made multiple 4.99 and 4.98 looks that I didn’t get 5 star rewards for. It’d be nice if Covet just bumped that up. Lol. I do love getting rewards and I love the $0.99 FB challenge packs. For how expensive the game is I think Covet could add in a few more incentives, and I do think they’re getting better at that. I’d love if every now and then they sold diamonds in bulk for a discounted price. Like a hundred thousand diamonds for a hundred dollars. That would give some people a real chance at leveling up! It’s a fun game, addictive, and super satisfying to play.
I really love playing the game, but it’s so unfair on so many levels. The voting process needs to be updated. There is no way for a level 6 to compete with a level 60! Even if you buy the hair accessories, you can’t use them until you get to a certain level. I have a great hair accessory, but I can’t use it until I’m at level 8. It takes at least a month to move up a level, and that’s a very long time. And the really cool hair accessories aren’t available until your level number is extremely high. The top looks are all occupied by the same exact looks, and mist often the looks are the blonde, blue-eyed looks. Every now and then I will see a designer of color in the top looks. There are more top looks than the long, flowing, blonde hair. I’ve often lightened the skin color just to have a shot of a better score, and that’s wrong. I’ve noticed that the lighter the skin; the higher the score. There is no way to be on the top unless you purchase and purchase and purchase. The FUN part is designing the outfits. But not being able to truly compete at a lower level is disheartening. It takes way too long to level up. The original designs are scored so low. I’ve seen some amazing outfits that only score 3 stars, and that is also very disheartening. This game has the potential to be great. The way it’s set up now, you’re practically begging beginners to stop playing the game. You’ve retained your long-term players, but I think you will lose a lot of new players. ✌🏾
This game is super fun and really well-made. Beware, it’s addicting...and everything isn’t free. There are some minor improvements I would recommend (although these conditions are probably intentional efforts to increase revenue for the game...but hey, maybe if we complain enough they will listen): 1.) have skill brackets where comparable leveled players compete in voting rather than grouping all levels together, which gives higher-level players the advantage because they have better hair/makeup options 2.) introduce a search feature, or more detailed category selections, to make finding garments easier. 3.) allow Covet cash to cover diamond purchases when diamonds are insufficient. 4.) allow hair and accessory packages to be purchased using diamonds rather than actual currency. 5.) make previously favorited/loved garments accessible when creating outfits so they can be easily retrieved and purchased without unnecessary efforts to locate them by scrolling through hundreds of other items. 6.) allow one borrowed item PER OUTFIT. 7.) allow shirts/sweaters to be layered over dresses....or really just layering multiple clothing items in general. People do it..it’s a thing. 8.)ALLOW MANUAL SELECTION OF BODY TYPES...please :) The rationale for the ‘modern body’ option (which randomly assigns you one...but it’s somehow always still Barbie thin?) is ridiculous. Evidenced by them not doing a similar set up with skin tones!
Developed by the Crowdstar Inc,
Covet Fashion has 61 323 user reviews.
Covet Fashion has an average rating of 4.4.
The latest version of Covet Fashion (19.08.58) was released on Dec 18, 2019.
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Think you have great style? Show it off in Covet Fashion, the #1 fashion game! Build your virtual dream closet as you shop and discover clothing and brands you love, plus get recognized for your style with incredible in-game prizes! Makeover your virtual model with fabulous items from real-world fashion brands and hundreds of unique hair and makeup styles. Win
exclusive in-game prizes by styling outfits for different Style Challenges and voting on looks from millions of other fashion lovers!
SHOP THE BEST STYLES. We’ve partnered with brands like Calvin Klein, Rachel Zoe and Vince Camuto to bring you the latest fashions to obsess over. With over 175 brands to shop from you’re sure to discover styles you love.
STYLE THE PERFECT OUTFIT. Choose from thousands of glamorous clothing and accessory items in addition to chic hair and makeup styles on our new diverse array of models to create looks for various styling challenges such as photo shoots, cocktails and red carpet fittings.
VOTE ON WHO WORE IT BEST. Cast your vote and decide what’s hot on the Covet Fashion scene! Over hundreds of thousands of entries per styling challenge! Are other players’ looks 5-star worthy or did they miss the mark?
PLAY WITH FRIENDS. Want to get advice on your outfits or celebrate your wins? Join a Fashion House to make friends or connect to Facebook and chat about any and all things Covet Fashion.
Did you know you can shop your favorite Covet Fashion items in real life? All of the clothing and accessory items featured in the game link to places where you can buy them for your real-life closet. Not only can you discover new brands and trends, you can own them, too!
Download Covet Fashion now and start styling!
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Covet Fashion is a free-to-play app, but like many apps in the App Store, there is the option of purchasing in-app items using real money. Turn off in-app purchases on your device if you’d like to disable this feature.
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- Requires iOS 7.0+;
- Compatible with iPhone 4 or newer, iPod Touch 4th Generation or newer, and iPad 2 or newer
- This game will NOT work on iPad 1, iPhone 3GS or older, and iPod Touch 3rd Gen or older
- This game requires an internet connection (WiFi or 3G) to play
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