I’m often shy to experiment with fashion, so much so, that I hardly buy anything for myself without my sisters stamp of approval. Partly because I’m no-fashionista and partly because I’m quiet conservative and I always want to be comfortable enough to go from roughing it with the kids to dinner with the girls (sneakers to heels kinda thing).
Hearing about the launch of #SpreeGallery caught my attention largely because of the fact that it’s about different individuals showcasing how various spree outfits look, unlike just seeing them on models. Not that models aren’t “real” but you know what I mean… I’m a size 32, but more on the curvy side and faaar from being a model, so I actually appreciate seeing images of ordinary individuals styling and wearing their Spree outfits differently.
Let me tell you more…
#SpreeGallery is a new social shopping hub that invites customers to share images of themselves wearing products bought on Spree. Users can submit their pictures via Twitter and Instagram, using #spreecoza or #spreegallery, or tagging @spreecoza. The Spree team will upload and approve images for display in the gallery which users can browse on the website and in the latest iOS and Android apps. Images are linked to relevant products on Spree so, if you like what you see, you are just a click away from adding it to cart!
I love the fact that they have a wide variety of children’s clothes – I discovered the a brand “Pop Candy” and fell inlove with almost everything in their range for both of the kids.
A few of our latest buys from Spree…
Yes I got the same top in two different colours, I’m absolutely obsessed!
Happy shopping Mamas
Modern Zulu Mom