Coco Girl

Saturday, February 04, 2012

One day, as I was browsing Facebook, I noticed that a lot of these cartoon-y/avatar type photos of stylish girls were on my dash. I was actually curious what is it about but I always ignore the feeling. Then there came a time that I gave in to my curiosity and clicked the link to the application.

I learned that Coco Girl is a actually a game wherein you style the daily looks of your avatar with fancy clothes.You also choose the appropriate outfits for the given quests. You accumulate gems and cash for each outfit you made every single day. You can also compete for the top looks with the rest of users around the world who play this game.

Bottomline: It's like Chictopia or Lookbook in the avatar world.

Others might get tired of playing it everyday but in my case, I don't. This is my outlet for the frustrated stylist i me. Haha. Though this also comes in handy because it may serve as an outfit inspiration for the day.

As much as I want to post every single outfit I made here, I will just trim it down to my popular looks. I guess I will just post all of them in my tumblog: Arra Abella.

Here you go:
12-01-2011 look
01-09-2012 look
01-21-2012 look
12-23-2011 look
12-26-2011 look
12-27-2011 look
12-28-2011 look
01-02-2012 look
01-27-2012 look
01-28-2012 look
The following are the top looks I competed for:

Try it out guys and I hope all the fashionistas out there enjoy it as much as I do!

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