Surprise, Surprise! You have the chance to win tickets for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Days.
Let’s start from the beginning. The Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake is the official car for the MBFDZ. For this occasion Julian Zigerli, Switzerland most aspiring fashion designer, gave it a new look. Michele and I had the chance to test it and show you our looks for the upcoming MBFDZ.
Now it’s your turn. Show your most fashionable look and share it on Instagram with #MBFDZselfie @mbfashiondays and win:
-2 VIP Tickets for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Days Zurich
– pick-up service by Mercedes-Benz Switzerland
– Backstage pre show make-up and make-up kit b…y The Body Shop Switzerland
– Paul Mitchell hair kit,
– 2 tickets Zurich-Abu Dhabi with Etihad Airways
– dinner for two in the Park Hyatt Zürich
– private Screening of the new live-action-movie Cinderella von Disney Schweiz-Suisse for the winner and 30 friends incl. drinks and snacks
Crazy right? Well it’s getting even better because I have an other 2 tickets to give away. To double your chance of wining just tag me on your #MBFDZselfie with @fashiongamble_joy. Giveaway ends on November 3rd. Can’t wait to see your looks,
You want to know about my experience shooting with the CLS Shooting Brake? It was crazy!
I have my drivers license since a year now but since I always take public transport for work and school, I was really nervous about driving the CLS Shooting Brake, especially in a city like Zürich. You know what cities are like to drive and you can imagine how jealous my boyfriend was. He love’s cars and now his girlfriend get’s to drive the coolest newest Mercedes-Benz.
We’ll let me tell you, it was surprisingly easy to drive, first of all because everything was automatic. I didn’t have to worry about switching gears, which makes driving a new car a lot easier. While driving I also noticed some cool features, for instance when I turned into a street my seat would automatically give a soft nudge from the other side to stop my body from flinging around the curves.
We drove all the way up a super tight park house to take these shots with the prime tower in the background. Thanks to the cameras that worked out perfectly fine. I was actually pretty fascinated by the one camera that showed the car from the bird perspective. You could really see every single wall, pole or rock around you, which was a big help.
On our way back we wanted to switch lanes. I always set my blinker and than look if a car is coming even though you should do that after. I just feel more prepared. Well anyway I set the blinker to switch the lane and it piepst right away telling me there was a car on my left. That’s a great feature, especially because depending on the angle you might not see the other car right away.
So yeah, that was a great experience. I’m excited for MBFDZ and don’t forget to join the giveaway so you can come as well. GOOD LUCK