New York, NY (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
Beyoncè broke musical boundaries in December when she released her new album sans promotion and accompanied by an original music video for each song. The ripples of this ingenuity in the music industry are sure to have long lasting effects. Almost immediately, her fashion and creative styles she premiered began influencing fashion in 2014.
Stylit personalizes fashion online and delivers free weekly fashion advice based on women’s budget, body type and style DNA. Recognizing the impact of Beyoncè’s new album on not only music but also fashion, Stylit created customized looks for real women that are fully accessorized and can be bought online by simply clicking on each outfit piece. View the entire collection here: https://mystylit.com/beyonce.
Maya Kramer, the Chief Styling Officer at Stylit shared her inspiration for this project. “There are certain artists who easily influence fashion for the immediate future as well as seasons to come. Beyoncè is one of these artists. I was particularly inspired by her Robyn Lawley’s plus size swimsuit which she wore in ‘No Angel,’ since our focus is on delivering the right looks to women based on body types.”
Stylit is personalizing fashion online by uniting its machine-learning platform with the artistry of real stylists. Stylit combines technology and imagination so that fashionistas and the shopping impaired alike, receive head-to-toe outfit recommendations based on their style preferences, budget, body type and size. By reading shoppers’ digital body language, Stylit is fueling the future of fashion search and predictive styling. Like Stylit on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/mystylit) and follow us on Instagram (http://instagram.com/stylit).