Posted on Monday, October 13th, 2014 by Will Hagle
Cladwell offers a personal roadmap for men’s clothing, with unique recommendations based on your taste and style.
Cladwell was designed to help people find their personal fashion style, as well as the clothes that fit it. Upon creating an account on the site (which is free to do), Cladwell takes new users through a short quiz about their fashion habits. The site asks how much you’re willing to spend, how often you wear certain types of outfits, and what kind of clothes you’re looking for in terms of your new style. The site also takes into consideration the climate in which you live, your hair/eye colors, and a variety of other specific options. After you’ve filled out the profile to match your personality and body type, Cladwell generates a unique wardrobe.
Cladwell is upfront about wanting to sell you clothing, but also lets you browse through all your options and make your decisions carefully. The site also uses a laidback, straightforward editorial style that makes it easier to navigate, especially for those that aren’t clothing brand or fashion experts. After generating my own wardrobe, for instance, Cladwell informed me that I “need” to buy a pair of dark blue jeans. You can select whether or not you already have whatever Cladwell suggests, or browse a list of items it recommends. The site returns a ton of results, with images explaining exactly what you’ll be getting yourself into. If you like an item, you’re forwarded to a third-party site where you can make your purchase. For men that want to switch up their style or add to their wardrobe but don’t know exactly where to start, Cladwell is a fantastic option.