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StylSavvy: Bay Area Startup Revolutionizing the Retail Experience

Have you ever wished you could shop all retailers at once from an intuitive and easy to use iPad app? How about being able to mix and match pieces from all kinds of retailers and brands from the same app? What if you could upload your own wardrobe and find pieces to go with clothing you already own at home? Well look no further. StylSavvy, a bay area native and DC member, has made that experience a reality!


StylSavvy is designed to shop the complete look from 2,000+ brands from leading retailers ranging from Macy’s to Saks.  It has cool scrolling rows that allows you to discover new ways to combine pieces into outfits.   The search feature lets you quickly narrow down over 175,000 products to the exact outfit combination you have in mind.  You can search by the type of apparel you wish to see, price range, color, stores, and brands.  It also allows you to share your favorite items with people via Email, Facebook, and Twitter.




There’s a Style It feature, that is like a virtual dressing room, where you can see how clothes, shoes, and accessories go together before you make the purchase.  But it’s more powerful because you can combine products from multiple stores as well as items from your Closet to style entirely new outfits or to style outfits from pieces you already own.


In order to add your closet items, you simply take pictures of what’s in your closet with the Closet feature.  This feature allows you to visualize/organize what you have and it allows you to shop for the perfect piece that will complete your look! How savvy is that?!

 Download the app free now!

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July 17, 2013 · 11:31 am

Great post by one of our own co-founders, Ashley Gustafson.

After hearing about the San Francisco vintage pop-up shop, Golden Collective, in Refinery29 I had to take a weekend off to check this place out. I’m not usually a huge vintage buyer, but when the opportunity comes up where I can get an awesome vintage piece for a reasonable price I am in. After driving around a bit, looking for the place, I noticed a vintage clothed mannequin sitting outside the corner of Fulton & Clayton and I said to myself this has to be the place. First off, the pop up shop is super small, which is expected. It’s in a tiny garage, but once you walk in there is a ton to look at from vintage blouses, coats, belts, shoes, and more. There are several racks of clothes that get updated with new product every few minutes or so as more clothes get bought.

I found out…

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