If you’ve spent most of the last year indoors wearing tracksuits, bike shorts, or, at best, stylish loungewear, you’re probably trying to figure out how the vaccine rollout is going and the world is finally opening up again. Although I work in fashion, I too have fallen victim to this confused Sartorian state of being. Fortunately, with the help of online shopping platforms and digital styling services, it has become much easier to get back into “real clothes”.
“When we get out of the pandemic, people will return to engaging with events and occasions that require different types of clothing than the required zoom calls,” Terry Boyle, CEO and founder of the newly launched interactive shopping platform Behold, told POPSUGAR. The app fits the current moment perfectly and uses artificial intelligence technology together with professional live stylists to curate personalized wardrobes with head-to-toe outfit ideas for users to shop for.
As an employee of a WFH style corporate employee, I can attest that my wardrobe is currently completely and completely messed up and I am sure that I am not alone. But with a new season on the horizon, there’s no better time to get your closet in order. With that in mind, I tested three new virtual styling services – Behold, ShopShops, and Kiin – to get my wardrobe going after the pandemic. Read on to read my reviews.