Surely by now you’ve come across Pinterest’s recent favorite quote: “You have the same amount of hours in a day as Beyoncé.”
So inspiring. Such a lie. Sorry, ladies, but you do not have drivers, chefs, trainers and a gaggle of assistants at your disposal.
Personal shoppers, though...now that can be a reality.
Introducing Keaton Row, a free network of stylists who offer customized suggestions of clothing to buy online.
Here’s what you do: Sign up and take a short quiz about your preferences, body shape, occupation, zip code and desired budget. The site will then match you with several stylists. When you find one that feels right for you, request a lookbook (a collage of outfit options) by typing up a quick description of exactly what you’re looking for (say, a profile-pic-worthy ensemble to wear to an upcoming wedding or a knockout look for a big interview).
Your new helper will compile some ideas for your consideration (from sites like Nordstrom, Shopbop and ASOS). If anything tickles your fancy, you can buy it directly from the Keaton Row site. The retailer will then ship the item and also pay the stylist’s commission. (That’s how it’s free.)
You’re now one step closer to Mrs. Carter status.