Fashiola: say “hola” to the fashion finderFashion & LifestyleShopping & Trends
Ever dreamt up a perfect world where “shopping around” isn’t in our vocabulary, and we can find the perfect item from the perfect brand at the perfect price all in one site? Yeah, you guessed it, the time has come for ultimate fashion-at-ease shopping.
Fashiola has taken the internet shopping world by storm, introducing a new way to go about it; we all know websites like Net-a-Porter, (and the lucky few know about TheOutnet), but they don’t give the option of the beautiful clothing that the high street has to offer. This is where Fashiola comes in, giving you the option to shop from brands such as Topshop, Urban Outfitters and H&M, and designer stores like Stella McCartney and Hugo Boss. They also don’t support the whole dodgy, just-found-the-internet layout, with a plush, modern theme that entices you to shop, shop, shop.
They already have thousands of shoppers at their site each day, and when you give it a try, you’ll be hooked like the others. With the usual filters including size, colour, price, brand, etc. they also offer more specific options such as themes, and shoppers can also save items in their account and be alerted when they come back in stock. And if all of that wasn’t enough to put a gleam in your eye, then they also have sale alerts *ears prick up*, where you’ll be notified of price reductions as soon as they come in.
This site just doesn’t stop being fashion-friendly, and uber unique; they also offer customers expert fashion information on their blog that attracts over 25,000 viewers, so when you’re shopping and need a little help, you have on-site guidance. And (we know, it doesn’t end), they also have developed this ultra-new idea of having a stylebook that users can get their hands on; it’s a crazy fun new concept that allows users to develop their own stylebook, and share it with friends or fellow shoppers on the site, all promoted by Twitter, Facebook, etc.
With this much buzz around a new site, we’re super excited to see what attention the site will get from the oh-so fashion conscious Brits.
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