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Boutiques.com : Fashion Boutiques by Google

Wow, Google has developed a fashion site and I did not even know... I feel so out of touch.  Not sure how I missed this one.  Anyway, they have a new site called Boutiques.com

Boutiques.com is a personalized shopping experience, brought to you by Google, that lets you find and discover fashion goods through a collection of boutiques curated by taste-makers, celebrities, stylists, designers, and fashion bloggers. Boutiques uses visual technology to help fashionistas discover and shop their look and creates the opportunity for designers to showcase their collections and latest inspirations online.

Boutiques.com is built on technology developed by their team of fashion experts who work with engineers to “teach” computer systems to understand various patterns, pairings, and genre definitions. When signed into your account, Boutiques.com learns about your style and preferences and in turn, provides you better results and recommendations over time. Ultimately, Boutiques.com will provide shoppers with a much richer and interactive shopping experience and help drive traffic to retailers' websites.

By the way, you can find fashion boutiques on Apparel Search, if you were interested.  You can find them in the fashion boutiques section.

You may also want to check the fashion boutiques guide to find boutiques by state.

Don't forget to check the fashion boutique directory as well.

If you have a chance, check out the new Boutiques website from Google.

Check out my fashion boutique on Boutiques.com at http://www.boutiques.com/boutique/Apparel?storefront=t

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