I have two questions for you:
1. Have you ever started an online shopping adventure, only to wistfully yearn for a virtual pal to swoop in and point you in the direction of all the coolest stuff, thus saving you hours of digging with your digital shovel otherwise known as a computer mouse?
2. Do you enjoy when things (turkey legs, career opportunities, snowshoes, bug spray, jelly beans, etc.) are handed to you on a silver platter?
If you answered “yes” both times, I’m about to deliver the best news since sliced bread: Man Repeller is serving you a specially curated selection of items on YOOX atop a silver platter, one rendered particularly sparkling by nature of the fact that, really, all you have to do is click. And voila. A dream wardrobe’s worth of pre-vetted shopping ideas.
If you’re unfamiliar with YOOX, let me take a moment to acquaint you two. As you can see from the italicized disclosure above, this story is sponsored, but my enthusiasm for YOOX is wholly and unequivocally organic. It is one of my favorite retail destinations on the whole entire internet, which is saying a lot, because I window shop online regularly every day as part of my job.
There are many reasons to love YOOX, but for me the biggest one is its extraordinary wealth of inventory. You could spend hours combing the site (which, let’s face it, I most definitely have) and still only cover a fraction of what it has to offer. Some of my most treasured wardrobe items came into my possession as a result of these deep-dives.
I understand that not everyone browses clothes online for a living, though, and that sometimes what you really want is for someone else to do the browsing for you and wrap up all the treasures in a neat little bow, ready and waiting for your expedited perusal.
That’s where the aforementioned silver platter comes in. Click here to check out Man Repeller’s official YOOX edit, which is serving up all kinds of delicacies including but not limited to: blue sequin shoes, tie-dye button-downs, polka-dot dresses and cowboy boots. Is your mouth watering yet? Go ahead, dive in.
Photos of Juliet Johnstone by Edith Young.