Luxlock Offers High-End Personal Shopping Online

By Yelena Mandenberg Yelena Mandenberg has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
Published on June 12, 2019

As retail is finding a new home online, so is the idea of having a personal shopper. Luxlock gives individuals and brands the opportunity to work with a personal shopper through the internet.

For brands selling clothes, it’s no secret that personalized attention makes a client’s experience. It’s been tough few years for retailers who relied on physical stores and sales teams to work with clients and sell clothes. Now, technology gives companies a new opportunity to offer advice and help their clients find the right outfit. Luxlock is at the forefront of that technology, developing a way for companies to be able to offer their clients more than just a click-and-pick experience.

You can also use Luxlock’s personal shopping assistant for yourself. Use Luxlock’s live-style chat to find the perfect outfit. Just register, and you’ll have access to a personal stylist at all of the brands working with Luxlock. You’ll get outfit suggestions, you can ask questions about fit and style, and totally renew the way you’ve been shopping for clothes online.

The idea is simple: people want that easy, Amazon-like shopping experience, but want that with high-end brands and retailers. Luxlock was created to bridge that gap. Figuring this was the way individuals will shop in the future, CEO Casey Golden and her team set up Luxlock as a platform that will stick around for decades, as retail finds the best ways to operate in the internet-age.

As brands move online, companies are finding creative ways to expand their services. Luxlock is focused on bringing the customer service back to high-end retail.

By Yelena Mandenberg Yelena Mandenberg has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team

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Yelena Mandenberg is the Ideas Editor at Grit Daily with a passion for news of all sorts. Finishing Brooklyn College with a degree in Print Media Journalism as the industry died out, she began working as a freelancer.After spending some time working in the retail industry, Yelena started BK Riot Writing, a marketing company that caters to small and local businesses, creating content that helps them compete. From her South Brooklyn apartment where she lives with her cat & tortoise, Yelena is always seeking something new and interesting to cover.

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