*I was compensated for trying out Just My Style App. But my thoughts and opinions are truly my own here.
I think that most that follow my blog know that I truly adore fashion. I have spoken in depth about how much I do here in the past.
There was a time in my former years where like Cher from Clueless, I totally had one direction. The direction was indeed to the mall!
So, for that I look for ways to get my clothes online and delivered right to my doorstep.
Well, recently, I was turned onto the Just My Style App.
What is Just My Style App?
It is a fashion app that helps women develop their style in a fun, new way. See Just My Style helps you sort your way through the fashion world with a swipe of your finger. You might think you’re just browsing online for new clothes but by rating items within the app, you’re really teaching the app about your style.
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But how does Just My Style App work?
Found a must-have item? Create a custom list to save it or click through to buy it on the spot!
Users can also rate fashion items as they browse their favorite retailers. You can do so by giving the thumbs up or thumbs down on individual items and then watch your dream wardrobe grow! Once you rate the items, the app then learns your individual style and suggests the next item you are sure to love!
You can even organize your favorite pieces into your personal lists. Plus, the Buy Now link routes you directly to the item on the retailer’s website.
What was my experience with Just My Style App?
I downloaded it and right away I was hooked. I actually have a family party to attend in the near future. So, I was looking for a dress to wear. Well, I ended up finding a few that I thought could work. I am still trying to decide though
So, I thought it would be fun to share my choices and have my readers vote on their favorites here. This way, I could have your input in making my decision.
Take a look at my top 3 favorites, plus VOTE now…
1. Sangria Illusion Lace Midi Dress
2. Tart Lila Dress
3. Laundry by Shelli Segal