It’s that time again… you open your wardrobe, stare at a pile of clothes but you soon come to realize you have nothing to wear. Or maybe you do, and you just need some creative advice on how to match that lovely dress you bought two months ago, with the price tag still on it.
A personal stylist would be really handy in this case, but what if you could actually have a personal styling community for free?
The mobile app Jaqard, a social network for fashion enthusiasts, might be exactly what you are looking for. It was launched October 2013 for iOS and it will soon be also available for Android.
To exchange fashion tips, the user posts a picture and asks a question:
“How could I pair these new shoes?”
He will receive feedback from other users, who can give a personal advice
“They would look great with that white dress you posted three days ago.”
but also choose the perfect match from a combination of clothes from an integrated catalog, linked to the fashion brands and online shops.
In a user-friendly and very visual platform (all the advice must be accompanied by a picture) the developers were able to co-create value for all the parties involved: