Creativity. Fashion. Technology. What more does a girl need to create her very own sense of style? Personal fashion has taken on a whole new meaning with the introduction of virtual styling sites like Polyvore and Kaboodle. Now more than ever curious fashionistas are racing to the web to create fun enticing outfits that express their inner love for fashion. Most styling sites, like Polyvore, allow customers a blank white canvas for their styling; transferring products from different sites to their canvas to create a sort of fashion collage. Looklet though has taken personal fashion to a more realistic level. Looklet, a virtual styling website, differs from its competition in that it allows its fashion lovers to create intriguing looks on real models in real scenarios! Here’s how the site works!
Customer’s open an account and receive their own personal profile where they can add information about themselves, their website, email, etc. After profile completion its time to have fun! Creating a look is as easy as 1-2-3. First, choose from a variety of different models of any and all ethnicities. After selecting your model of choice you then have the opportunity to choose from hundreds of items from Looklet’s product itemizer: hats, shirts, bags, pants, etc.
After creating your fabulous Los Angeles diva you can then choose from a variety of backgrounds to fit your models look. All products can be easily added or removed from the model with the help of Looklet’s user-friendly interface. Also, each look contains a list of all the brands used to style your model, displayed uniformly on the right side. I love this feature because it gives your look that Harper’s Bazaar advertorial type of appearance. It also allows individuals to know who designs the clothing in case customers choose to purchase your outfit in the future.
Looklet also allows you to connect with local or even global friends from across the world. You can share sets, like others, chat and follow individuals from anywhere. Where was this when I was a child? No more cutting clothing from teen magazines and pasting them on cheesy paper dolls. The technology era has definitely made personal fashion creation an easy task for the amateur or even expert fashionista. To see more of my fashions check out my Fashion Book or my Fashionably Ashley Looklet Page.