When you’re a professional on the go, wouldn’t it be nice to not have to think about the clothes you’re going to wear. Image courtesy: AirCloset
When you’re a professional working a 9 to 5 job it’s difficult to find free time to discover new fashion.
To help solve the issue, a new service called AirCloset kicked off on February 3rd in Japan that offers an easy way to find new, fashionable clothing.
Developed by Tokyo-absed startup Neuer-Sieg, the services rents out fashionable clothes to give women variety in what they wear. The service went off without a hitch, but now its flooded with subscribers looking to take part, according to TechniAsia.
Through the service, women receive a box containing three trendy garments all hand selected by a professional stylist. It costs you JPY 6,800 (US$57) a month, but you can wear each piece as many times as you like and then return the box to try something new.
The founder, Satoshi Amanuma, told TechniAsia that he f0und inspiration for AirCloset in his home. Amanuma has a three-year-old son and wanted to help his wife stay on top of current fashion trends.
Amanuma plans to expand to other fashion items like hats, shoes and accessories and to overseas markets particularly Southeast Asia such as Thailand where people are interested in Japanese fashion.
This promising new service seems to have high growth potential and who knows when it might be coming to Canada.