When the fashion industry is constantly growing, it’s hard to deny the inspiration that comes with it. You can find it walking down the street, when you turn on the TV, or when you browse the magazine aisle at your local grocery store. Surfing the web is a fun way to find the next addition to your wardrobe, letting you discover pieces you would never normally consider—and sometimes buy them!
If you’re looking for something new to try on, here are 5 websites to find fashion inspiration:
WhoWhatWear.com was created by the fashion duo xxxx it brings a combination of “How to” and “must have” fashion tips all in one place. From inspiration form their own collection to hight street fashion to luxury, you get a taste of everything. We particularly love that they feature everyday fashion bloggers that we can stalk on Instagram for daily inspiration. Do checkout this fashion friendly site.
Started by photographer Scott Schuman, this website brings street fashion to life from all over the world. Choose from a variety of categories (women, fashion shows, vintage, etc.) to view photos of people wearing their best pieces from New York to Tokyo. Though you can’t buy the pieces worn on the site, it’s a creative way to get original ideas from strangers who created them.
Similar to The Sartorialist, Stylebop gives you the option to choose the category that grabs your attention so you can freely browse through archives of fashion—however, you are also able to shop the pieces you see on the website as well. Stylebop separates designers as well as seasonal pieces to make navigation a breeze, leaving you to make every sidewalk you walk on a runway.
Lookbook is a simple and quick way to sort through the latest trends. Users can explore a variety of pieces from trending looks, specific locations, and even different locations all across the world. When a photo is clicked on, there is a list on the left hand side that provides everything the model is wearing and where it’s purchased from. Searching for the perfect bomber jacket has never been so easy!
This website lets users shop celebrity trends while also having the option to express their creative side. If Taylor Swift was wearing an outfit you just have to have, the “Celeb and Pop Culture” section has copycat outfits to get the same look. Another exciting feature Polyvore has is the option to create your own look by scrolling through pages of shoes, pants, handbags, etc. When you’re all finished, users can click on items they’ve selected to be taken to the website it’s listed on and ready to be purchased. Who knew shopping could be so fun? (Trick question, all of us.