Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Discover fashion with Stylight!

I recently discovered a fashion website that I really wanted to share with you all. Basically, if Lookbook, Shopcade and Pintrest all had a baby, it would be this website - Stylight.



Stylight describe themselves as 'the best place to discover fashion every day.' It is a place where people can upload and share their out posts, discover new brands and products, whilst interacting with a huge blogger community and making a cheeky purchase or two at the same time.

 
What first drew me to the website was the fact that a few bloggers I already follow were using it. Temp Sec and Girl in the Lens were already members of Stylight. I really love their blogs and fashion sense, so I became really intrigued by the Stylight website they were using to post their outfits.



The website works simply. You can upload an outfit, tag the pieces you are wearing in it and others can shop the look. Alternative you can shop purely on the Stylight women's shopping page where they host a huge range of brands - from designer to high street. When I first discovered the website, they were having an incredible sale that included designer handbags. I'm going to put it on the line; this was a huge selling point for me. You can also 'heart' certain items so that they are popped into an easily accessible wish list where you can find all your favourite pieces.

One thing that scares me on the website is that many of the girls look like professional models. The pictures are set out in the perfect scenic background and there isn't a hair out of place. For me personally, I get my dad to snap my outfits just outside my house or in my garden where I can seek the prettiest background. I don't tend to have the time to nip into a forest or to a park bursting with flowers to get a shot of my outfit for the day. Therefore at first glance I felt like I would stick out like a sore thumb on the website. But as I spent some time browsing I found that I really related to some of the girls posting outfits. I could see myself wearing what they were wearing and the pictures didn't feel so intimidating and out of reach. I liked that it was on a much more personal level but there was still a mix of styles and tastes. 

I definitely think it's worth checking out if you're a girl like me who always admires what other girls are wearing on the street and find yourself wondering where they bought it from. It takes out the awkward approach and conversation to find out where they shop and lets you access the items straight away so you can start building your perfect wardrobe and in turn perfect outfits.

*This is a sponsored post.

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