Recently we were contacted by the lovely people at ForeWillow explaining that their new website has gone live this week. They have basically put every girls fantasy into reality, by creating an easy and affordable way to update your wardrobe. They have created an online swap-shop! So, if you have some clothes that maybe just don't suit you the way you wanted them too, or you have only worn a couple of times and decide they're not really for you, you can create bundles of your clothes to sell on ForeWillow. Each time you sell a bundle you earn 'Pins'- their online currency- which can then be used to buy bundles of clothes from other people's wardrobes. Plus, if you see something on ForeWillow that you love, but don't have enough pins to buy it, or aren't quite ready to part with your clothes, you can always purchase more pins! Amazing. It is a ridiculously good idea! Why has no one thought of it before?! Unfortunately, it is not available in the UK yet, as ForeWillow has only just gone live. But my goodness we have got our finger's crossed that it does!! So here's the even more exciting part: we are offering 5 of our American readers early access codes that will provide early access to ForeWillow.com until October 16th. You will be able to create profiles, and buy clothes before the site officially launches later this Autumn (So you get first pick!). Basically, you can give it a go, and for saying thanks you will receive 1,000 pins, which is equivalent to $100 that you can use to purchase bundles of clothes on ForeWillow and have them shipped to your home. To earn some extra money you can upload and sell your own bundles too, perfect timing if you are about to head off to University and are having a big old wardrobe clear out!! So, get involved you lovely American ladies! If you want to win an exclusive access code to ForeWillow.com please leave us a comment on this post with your name, email address, and state where you live! Good Luck!
p.s. Does anyone know of anything like this in the UK, or anything similar? It would be amazing to have one for students!