As you might have seen on my Instagram I have just recently become a Brand Ambassador for the fashion app: Glamhive. It actually interesting how I stumbled upon this amazing app. They randomly liked one of my pictures on fb and I wanted to know more so I looked them up and found out that their headquarter were here in Seattle! I was so excited I sent them an email expressing my interest and just a few days later I had an interview and a job. Truly I am a firm believer that if you want something you gotta go get it! The worst part could be that they say no and then you just move on to the next big project.
Glamhive is a fashion app that I would best describe as a shoppable Instagram. It is an app where you can post your looks and tag your individual pieces so others can shop your look. As you post and others shop you get G’s which are glam points that can then turn into gift cards to over 600 different stores! Its getting paid to be fashionable, what more could a fashionista ask for? The app is super user friendly and there are so many amazing people already using it, even some bloggers that I am a fan of.
So through my new position I got to be part of this awesome launch party we did at the Asian Art Museum. There were amazing stylish Seattle natives, investors, bloggers and fashion lovers. A DJ kept us dancing all night to various popular tunes and the drinks were delicious! I also got a chance to meet Stephanie, one of the founders of the app and truly the most genuine and sweet person I have even met. It is refreshing to see people that are so committed to what they love and stay humble. I definitely want to be that kind of person in the future, never loosing sight of my roots.
So here are the pics from the event and I had actually two looks that nigh! I got to model a piece from ‘Do the Extraordinary’ a local Seattle Designer as well as my own ensemble: a bright orange power skirt from BCBG and a white top from American Apparel. Lastly my heels were from Zara. I loved the scrappy detail and how it matched my skirt, but they also can be really awesome statement shoes. Warning though: they are not the most comfortable, but sometimes Fashion is pain as they say!