New York, NY, November 25, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- There‘s no secret that clothes shopping experience can be the source of both joy and despair. Millions of shoppers worldwide are often faced with the dilemma of whether an item they are interested in suits their body shape, complement their wardrobe and will not offend the fashion police. Unfortunately, far from many can afford the services of a professional stylist, or can they?
Europe based Company Adrima has recently announced the development of a brand new app designed to help out all those who are desperate for a fashion advice yet cannot afford professional assistance. It shall work as follows: a shopper can take a selfie wearing a particular item, upload the photo onto the app and receive a timely response containing information about the overall look, matching shoes and accessories and other outlets offering same or similar items for less. And the best news is that the service will be available completely free of charge.
Currently the developers are in the process of collecting the required funds for the app launch via indiegogo.com
, where website users can donate a sum starting from just USD 1 to speed up the app development process. Upon donating, the users will be provided the opportunity to be amongst the first to check out the beta version of the new app and enjoy the full version once it is launched. Moreover, they will receive a free consultation from a professional stylist and additional perks upon donating a larger sum of money towards the project.
Prior to the release of the beta version in June 2015, the developers are planning to launch a specialized website to be available for visitors as early as the upcoming May. Upon the successful collection of the necessary funds, the final version of the app should be available by the end of September, 2015.