Deciding what to wear can be a daunting task. The clothes that cover our naked bodies come in all shapes, colors and sizes and it’s tough to know what looks good when we look in the mirror. Thankfully, when no one is around to answer the question, “Does this look okay?” the Internet is at our service.
For the past 2 years, Fashism, one of New York City’s fashion startups, has built an online community of over 80,000 users who upload photos of their outfits in order to get realtime feedback, advice and opinions on their clothing and accessory choices. The site is simple to use. If you need feedback, sign up and upload a photo for others to see. Or you can browse through others’ outfits and help them by rating it “Love it” or “Leave it”. You can also leave comments like “Where is that shirt from?”
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