The Rise of Fashion-Themed Online Slots

Fashion sashays into modern-day slots games

September is going to be a big month for fashion lovers all over the world. This year, the New York, London, Milan, and Paris Fashion Weeks will start on September 4, 12, 17, and 23, respectively. For those who need their fashion fix in a completely novel and exciting context, an increasing number of gaming developers have taken their cues from the glamorous world of fashion to come up with some interesting and playful online slots games. One prominent example is Cherry Love, a creation of online gaming purveyor Playtech. The reel symbols feature tastefully rendered illustrations depicting a gold ring, a red rose, a key chain, a heart-and-dagger tattoo, and of course, a cherry.
The growing popularity of online slots games has allowed gaming developers to experiment with new graphics, interesting themes, and inventive features. These days, it’s not uncommon for online slots games to incorporate themes from various sources. AlchemyBet, the parent company behind online slots hub, recently created an online slots game called Paid in Chelsea. It’s a reference to the UK reality show Made in Chelsea, which follows the meaningful lives of affluent young people as they party it up in the glitzy and swanky areas of West London such as Belgravia, Kings Road, and Knightsbridge.

Another particularly stylish online slots game is Sugar Mama, which was designed by online casino pioneer Microgaming. Sugar Mama focuses more on the opulent and luxurious side of fashion, with the reel symbols ranging from a pet Chihuahua, a champagne-carrying waiter, a cash register, a gift box, and Sugar Mama herself. Getting three or more gift boxes will activate the Boutique Bonus game on the second screen. In this bonus game, players have to choose three gift boxes from the 15 displayed on the shelf. Each gift box reveals outfits for Sugar Mama to wear, and players can receive up to 60 times the triggering bet for their choices.

Fashion bloggers tip to be a fashion star

dcc766613252a434fcfb4e53eab7ff12If you are ready to spare some time to know about how to become a fashion star then there are some top tips shared. When Leandra Medine aka The Man Repeller was just playing about her ideas on the man repelling way of style and dressing she never had a thought that her style would get certification in fashion. Her dressing style included clogs and pants. She is just 23-year old and she told that full-time blogging were never her aim. Once I was graduated from college I was just thinking that I would be the one among many to check daily updates on fashion magazine but never like this. The reason why she started writing blogs is that she never likes her scripted to be unedited.
Now-a-days it’s not that difficult for a girl to be a fashion star as so many opportunities available in digital. It’s simple to upload a photo about her daily outfit and eventually get noticed by all over the world people and then to become a fashion star. Famous fashion bloggers include Medine (The Man Repeller), Jane Aldridge (Sea of Shoes), Rumi Neely(Fashiontoast), Bryan Grey-Yambao (Bryanboy), Susanna Lau (Style Bubble), Hanneli Mustaparta, and Tavi Gevinson (The Style Rookie).
It will take so much of time for the website to gather its audience attention. Other case is like you can do “marketing” or “branding” about the blog in the social media or its only the blogger who works dedicated and still not appreciated. Kelly Framel, known as The Glamourai said that the blogger should take this job to be a serious one rather than taking it only to make money and become rich. Medine added that the blogger should not just stick to one thing. He must be able to produce variety of blogs on different thing to obtain their own seat.