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OutfitEZ promises personal e-shopping for men
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Apr '08
OutfitEZ announced the launch of its online clothing store that simplifies and changes the way men buy clothes. This innovative venture is targeted at busy professionals who do not have hours to spend shopping and marks the entry of the personal e-shopper.

"Finally there is a way to purchase men's clothes that does not require excessive time and frustration," said entrepreneur and founder, Chris Gosnell. "We wanted to make clothes shopping as convenient as possible for men, and what better way than to do the shopping for them."

OutfitEZ offers a service that matches specific clothing to each customer's measurements and style preferences, creating a wardrobe that looks great and suits their lifestyle. Each collection of outfits is coordinated and selected by wardrobe consultants, then delivered directly to the customer.

The system simply requires a customer to set up his profile with size and style choices; the rest is handled for them. The primary service provides a shipment of custom-selected clothing for each season.

From sportswear to business casual to executive suits, OutfitEZ offers collections starting at $150. The company also has a variety of specialty collections, such as interview attire and wrinkle-free travel wear.

This changes the focus from buying a shirt to building a wardrobe. After a few shipments, the customer has effortlessly revitalized his closet.

While the customer does not select specific items, the clothing company chooses styles from quality brands that are distributed at major department stores and men's retailers including: Kenneth Cole, Perry Ellis, Dockers, and Abercrombie.


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