Fashion Bookmarking Site Shoptagr Takes the Stress Out of Bargain Shopping

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The revolutionary new site instantly notifies shoppers when items from their favorite designers and shops go on sale.

“My fiancé could spend hours checking back and forth on price drops on the brand styles she wanted in her size and preferred color, and this really inspired us to create a solid solution for sales hunting online.”

Jimmy Choo peep-toes, perfect size, half price. Once a thing of fashion urban legends, with Shoptagr, that coveted pair is just a click or two away. A nifty new take on e-commerce, Shoptagr lets shoppers tag their most-wanted items on the world's most popular fashion sites and receive alerts when they go on sale in their preferred size and color.

It's a style-lover's dream: the thrill of a fabulous deal, without all those hours spent checking and re-checking sites and sifting through promotional emails and intrusive ads. With Shoptagr, users can afford to wait until their must-haves go on sale—and finally say goodbye to buyer's remorse. Plus, of-the-moment alerts via email or push notification mean they'll always be the first to sweep up their find (and it's way easier than battling the crowds at sample sales).

Co-founder and CEO, Jonathan Friedman, drew inspiration from his fashion-obsessed fiancé. The solution is as smart and simple as the perfect LBD. Shoppers download a free browser extension and peruse their favorite sites like normal. When they see an item they like, they click +TAG from their bookmarks bar and confirm details like size, fit, color and even discount level. Tagged items are arranged in a clean, Pinterest-style page where shoppers can organize their tags into collections for work, “going out” and more—or easily share them on social networking sites like Pinterest and Facebook.

Shoptagr's retail partners include Asos, Bloomingdales, Shopbop, Zalando, Nordstrom, Net-A- Porter and many others—and the list continues to grow—making it an all-encompassing tool for any online shopper. The best part? Savvy shoppers can now spend less time obsessively stalking bargains and more time doing the fun part—finding new items to covet.

Say hello to a whole new way to shop.

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