Embracing randomness and fun in one’s personal style
The wide world of fashion is in a perpetual state of flux, freely incorporating elements from different locales, colors, patterns, and fabrics to produce inventive pieces for the next collection. From clothing designers and hair stylists to makeup artists and runway models, everyone in the fashion industry is always on the lookout for the freshest elements to assimilate into one’s personal style. If there’s one quality that’s become a hallmark for the fashion world, it’s the innovative expression of individuality. This same passion for originality and spontaneity can also be found in a seemingly offbeat source – bingo.
For women looking to shake things up from their typical clothing choices, Wardrobe Bingo is a fantastic solution for overcoming style ruts and fashion funks. The rules are engagingly simple. Players must collect five items each from basic clothing categories such as tops, bottoms, footwear, and accessories. (Depending on the season, a fifth category for outerwear such as blazers and cardigans can be included as well.) Every item within each category will then be labeled from 1 to 5 (or B-I-N-G-O, if you prefer). Once all the items are lined up, draw numbers (or letters) to come up with some absolutely unexpected ensembles.
Of course, the whole point of Wardrobe Bingo is to take risks and embrace the unknown. It’s also a big confidence boost if you can pull off a seemingly random wardrobe and make it work for you. Wardrobe Bingo is also a highly effective way to integrate random eclecticism into one’s personal style. Simply put, fashion should always be fun. And in recent years, online bingo websites have increasingly pushing their respective brands as fun and appealing diversions. CheekyBingo had previously worked with the Frontroom creative agency to produce catchy TV and web ads that appeared as commercial bumpers for the Jeremy Kyle Show. In its latest promo, the CheekyBingo Twitter account recently gave away £50 shopping vouchers for one lucky winner and her friend.
Clearly, modern-day bingo isn’t just a great opportunity to win money, but a surprisingly ample source of fashion inspiration.