Thursday, 23 February 2017

How To Use Mallzee To Recreate Catwalk Looks For Less

Hi guys!

Hope you are all super well!

I've got a question for you - have you ever used the shopping app Mallzee? You may have spotted them on my Instagram before Christmas and now I'm back raving about how good they are for their LFW Blogger Challenge.

One of the main reasons I use the app is to recreate looks I like on the runway at highstreet prices so I'm going to show you how I do that with a budget of £100 and this Saint Laurent Ready-to-Wear SS17 look:

The first thing you need to do is head to their search page by tapping on the icon in the bottom left. This function is extensive therefore you can really unearth what you're looking for, which is particularly great if you're on a budget or enjoy having a good shop around.

I started to recreate this outfit by entering "blazer" in the search bar then selecting jackets and highlighting the colour black. I also reduced the price scale to fit in with the budget:

If you have a preferred label or are trying to track down an item you have seen in store, you can also select brands on the search page. In this case, I wanted to see options at a range of prices so that I could both stick to my budget and find the closest match to the Saint Laurent piece.

Now, the next page is quite fun as you get to instantly say yes or no to suggestions. When you click the heart, it immediately saves that item in your wishlist so that you can see all of your favourites together at the click of a button. Useful, huh?

Once inside your wishlist, any out of stock items will show, helping you to narrow down your decisions:

I repeated all of this again for the bralet, trousers, socks and shoes which left me with the following compilation in my wishlist:

So, what do you think? A full Saint Laurent outfit for £84.99 - what are you waiting for?

Try it out yourself following the links below and use referral code JACQUELINEM8MG for £5.00 off your first purchase over £5.00.

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