Fashion advice on-demand from TxTAdvice

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Daryna Kulya
Daryna KulyaHiring@darynakulya · Co-Founder @ OpenPhone | Product Hunt TO
Outfit feedback is the majority of text conversation with my sister already. Glad to have another person to consult with. So far, the service didn't disappoint!
Shiv@shivkanthb · Make, break and ship.
This is really good! congratulations on the launch. Im just curious, so who are these 'professional stylists' ? Are they getting paid for the service?
Larry Crawford
Larry CrawfordMaker@lorenzo26 · aye aye aye I'm on vacation...
@shivkanthb Thanks! All the stylist's on the OutFitR platform are indeed professional stylist's who dress people for a living, they all have their own clientele. They are also very big supporters of the OutFitR platform and we do pay them for their services.
Feyyaz Alingan
Feyyaz Alingan@freshfey · Focused. 🤖
Not directly something I'd use, but I'll suggest this to my GF and see what she thinks about it :)
Abenezer Mamo
Abenezer MamoMaker@mamo_abenezer · Product Manager at Zoosk
Classic OutFitR exchanges!
Larry Crawford
Larry CrawfordMaker@lorenzo26 · aye aye aye I'm on vacation...
@mamo_abenezer Classic exchange.
Ali R. Tariq
Ali R. TariqHunter@alirtariq · Product Designer, Axonify
I, for one, am excited about the recent trend in the assistants-on-demand model. The simplicity of it makes it ripe for interesting ideas, though it does have its challenges, e.g. trust. For the fashionably conscious amongst us, however, OutFitr offers a risk-free way of dishing out fashion advice. I like the premise of it. @lorenzo26, @Mamo_Abenezer: how did the idea come about? And can you tell us a little more about the fashion assistants that are powering OutFitr?