Covet Fashion

Covet Fashion

By Crowdstar Inc

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2013-06-27
  • Current Version: 3.29.23
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 149.77 MB
  • Developer: Crowdstar Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 103,841 Ratings


Show off your great style with Covet Fashion, the game for the shopping obsessed! Join millions of other fashionistas, discover clothing and brands you love, and get recognized for your style! Feed your shopping addiction and create outfits in this fashion game designed to hone your style skills. Express your unique style by shopping for fabulous items to fill your closet, putting together looks for different Style Challenges and voting on other players’ looks. Plus, win exclusive in-game prizes for looks that earn 4 stars or more! SHOP THE BEST STYLES. We’ve partnered with brands like Calvin Klein, Rachel Zoe and Vince Camuto to bring you the latest fashions to obsess over. With over 175 brands to shop from you’re sure to discover styles you love. STYLE THE PERFECT OUTFIT. Choose from thousands of glamorous clothing and accessory items in addition to chic hair and makeup styles on our new diverse array of models to create looks for various styling challenges such as photo shoots, cocktails and red carpet fittings. VOTE ON WHO WORE IT BEST. Cast your vote and decide what’s hot on the Covet Fashion scene! Over hundreds of thousands of entries per styling challenge! Are other players’ looks 5-star worthy or did they miss the mark? PLAY WITH FRIENDS. Want to get advice on your outfits or celebrate your wins? Join a Fashion House to make friends or connect to Facebook and chat about any and all things Covet Fashion. Did you know you can shop your favorite Covet Fashion items in real life? All of the clothing and accessory items featured in the game link to places where you can buy them for your real-life closet. Not only can you discover new brands and trends, you can own them, too! Download Covet Fashion now and start styling! FOLLOW US Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Pinterest: ________________________________________ Contact Support: __________________________________________ Payments FAQ: Does Covet Fashion allow in-app payments? Covet Fashion is a free-to-play app, but like many apps in the App Store, there is the option of purchasing in-app items using real money. Turn off in-app purchases on your device if you’d like to disable this feature. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: Acceptable Use Policy: __________________________________________ Notes: - Requires iOS 7.0+; - Compatible with iPhone 4 or newer, iPod Touch 4th Generation or newer, and iPad 2 or newer - This game will NOT work on iPad 1, iPhone 3GS or older, and iPod Touch 3rd Gen or older - This game requires an internet connection (WiFi or 3G) to play ________________________________________



  • P2P

    By SZuko63
    This game is nearly pay to play. As someone to doesn’t spend money on games unless they are still fun even without the spending, this game is ridiculous. You can hardly get high votes on any competition because everyone else spends a ton of money, therefore you don’t really get a reward for participating anyway. You can basically log in and get your free diamonds and then maybe enter one or two competitions if you’re lucky. Save up diamonds to buy one thing and then keep doing it over and over again, but you’ll always be way behind because they are constantly coming out with new clothes to buy.
  • A Glitch Maybe?

    By Cillabobilla
    On my home screen for the game it always has that exclamation mark by the profile button, but when I open my inbox there’s nothing there for me to check. But this is still a really good game tho!!
  • Challenges

    By Ron3215
    Unfortunately I will be deleting this app! It is fun but I am so sick of the challenges! It’s like the same people win and they all pretty much have the same outfits on! People in lower levels don’t have the same style choices as those in upper levels! That is why I suggested having different tier judging to make it fair for everyone! That coupled with paying a lot of money for little diamonds......yea it’s too much!!! See ya. It was fun while it lasted!
  • Horribly expensive. User interface is really good.

    By ClassicsGrl@itunes
    With dresses in the game that cost $12US ($5,000), I think most new players will find it out of reach or be frustrated. Most dresses can only be used once. Really need to be able to spend $100 a month to play this game. If you do decide to try it, go to Facebook and try to get friends to borrow from. Covet has a page. Also, don’t use pale skin, it never votes well except ghosts and vampires. This game has been called racist because Olive skin #4 votes best, and blonde hair is everywhere. Don’t try red or any shade of brown unless the event photo shows it, and even then, blondes still rule. Blue eyes do best. Those are just the facts. I have been playing since day one, and spent waaaaaay to much money on pixels.
  • I want to love it

    By KuteKemist
    I’ve learned so much from this game regarding designers and have gained many ideas on how to put together outfits. However, I find the current versions frustrating. I’m a regular on Design Home and love that app. The daily challenges on Design Home provide sufficient funds to play the game without investing too much of your own money. Additionally, Hime Design challenge requirements are broad enough that I can be a regular participant. My frustration with this game are the excessive prices for accessories (like the hair accessories), the fact that you can only try one unowned item at a time, and the extreme specificity for the challenge requirements. The game has a lot of potential but for me, it is too costly to fully enjoy.
  • been a big fan for a while

    By lmaobellastop
    i have played covet fashion 3 separate times. i played for about three seasons in 2014, then three in 2015, and now i have played fall and winter 2018. overall i have always been so happy with covet. the graphics have gotten great. comparing the clothing pieces to four years ago the designs have come a long way. the only problem i have ever had with covet is with tapjoy offers, but those are tapjoy issues. the app is very fair and offers great design opportunities
  • Update issue?

    By langce51
    My app recently updated and every time I open it says I have messages in the inbox but there’s no new message or change in the inbox. I love the game and I’m afraid to delete it and reinstall because last time I had an issue I lost everything.
  • Amazing! +1 suggestion

    By Bella6789012345
    I love Covet! I would definitely download it if you’re reading this and thinking about it. I just have one small suggestion. I just leveled up and I came up with a good idea. I think that you should give cash and/or diamonds when people level up. Like $100 or 100 diamonds 💎 would be nice. I spent a lot of money getting to that level to begin with, so a little extra would be perfect. 👌🏻 I hope you consider this!
  • Expensive / Weird Scoring

    By mv_827
    All below review is a comparison to the game LOOKLET. Buying clothes and other stuff is so stressful; every clothes is getting more and more expensive. And majority of the challenges has requirements that worth so much than the giveaway prizes. Instead of having fun playing your own style and putting (or trying) clothes together, you only have to work what you have. The Borrow section is also limited, especially with your friends as you can only borrow once per more than 3 days. Also, the clothes are one dimensional. There’s no option if you want a jacket to worn buttoned or unbuttoned; zipped or unzipped. You cannot see the model in 360 degrees in an overall look. Lastly, a very weird scoring system. For you to get more points, you must have an item within the season and an unworn item - which is basically a new item. If you want to freestyle and just decide all out of your own fashion sense - good luck on getting at least 3 stars (note my sarcasm). I love dress up games and it’s been a while since I had fun playing games like this, but, this one is quite disappointing. This was the first time I had encountered where I had to buy clothes that I want to use in dressing up. I thought it only exists in most battle or war games. I hope the developers of this game will take a look on this and consider few changes.
  • Fun, but could be better

    By MoRomero92
    I enjoy playing this game, but there are a few things that are annoying. First, the clothes are so expensive, so you end up having to spend your own money to buy more items. I think there needs to be more options to make money/diamonds. Second, I don’t like that all of the top looks are the exact same. I’d rather see different/more creative looks instead of the same thing over and over again. Also, it is frustrating that the lower level people are competing with higher level people because the lower levels are going to lose.