We have all gone through that moment when we looked through our closet, found one perfect piece, and thought, “I have nothing to pair this with.”
Well, very soon, this will be a thing of the past. What Goes With This? or WGWT is a new online community that caters to that inevitable fashion question. And it’s not just for clothes–it works with bags, shoes, and accessories, too.
In a nutshell:
The digital version of going shopping with your best friend. WGWT is a place where you can ask fashion questions, give outfit ideas and browse style inspiration. It’s fun, bold and easy to use.
The front page features an outfit that you can click on and recommend pieces that will go well it by linking to a page that contains a photo of the product. The system will parse what information it can (item name, price, photo, tags) and then you can explain why you think your pick goes well with the given piece.
You can also request for style information. All you need to do is upload a photo of a piece you have in mind and let your fellow fashionistas recommend looks.
WGWT also has a point system and badges. If you participate a lot, you gain enough points to make a request, make a recommendation, or vote. You are awarded certain badges (for being a blogger, gaining a certain amount of points, followers, etc.), too.
Personally, I think this is a great idea. I’ve tried other fashion sites, but they all catered to a look that one person creates, and doesn’t give others much room to recommend anything. Also, WGWT will come in handy for all the tops I stored at the back of my closet because I am never sure what to pair them with.
If you are the kind of person who is dead set on what you want to wear, then this website may not be for you.
But if you are someone who likes to branch out a bit more and hear what others have to say about a look you are trying to put together, then I highly recommend WGWT. All you have to do is go to http://whatgoeswiththis.co and get started.
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