Fridays are fast becoming my day for fashion posts and this Friday isn’t any different, I’ve got a fabulous outfit to share with you all and a great on site app also to help you with your style choices. I was recently asked by Wallis
if I wanted to try their new on site app that has been designed to make finding the perfect outfit that much easier. I have to admit it takes me a long time to find the perfect outfit and even more so these days having little Vinny because I rarely get to go shopping so when I heard about this app I thought I’d give it a whirl and this is what we came up with!
The app itself was really easy to use, you just sign up and start answering all of the questions such as favourite colours, height, weight, how you like to dress and what occasion the outfit is your looking for. There are many other questions that really tailor everything to you and what I also love is that it asks you what sizes fit you in other brands, for example I love to get my jeans from River Island and I always know they will fit when I buy a certain size so I input this into the Style adviser
so it knew exactly the sizes and fits that would suit me.
A huge range of outfits and items became available once I finished the questionnaire I was able to click like and dislike on the items it suggested to give Wallis a real idea of my personal style and this is the outfit I chose, as you can see it’s exactly the type of outfit I’d usually go for I love floaty tops and jackets and I always wear a dark pair of skinnies. The shoes are absolutely amazing I love the cut out back and think they really add to this outfit, it’s perfect!
I’d highly recommend trying out the Wallis Style Adviser if your one to struggle with picking outfits out and have limited time to shop, you also get an email each week to let you know whats new in your style wardrobe!
*Outfit was provided by Wallis for the purpose of this post
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