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This Daily Email Helps You Get Dressed, Even When Half Asleep

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Sample email via What to Wear

If you were to be prepared for every nimble weather change in Boston, you'd be toting around a duffel bag worth of umbrellas, sweaters, all sorts of jackets, extra socks—basically an entire wardrobe. So when we saw new service What to Wear on BostInno, our immediate reaction was a virtual high five. The daily morning email, designed by HubSpot designer Joshua Porter, simplifies getting dressed with extremely straightforward wardrobe guidelines as the day's weather progresses. Illustrations are broken into categories like "tops," "bottoms," "shoes," and "extras" to visually instruct you before caffeine (and your reading comprehension abilities) sink in.


Sample email via What to Wear

Sounds familiar? Might be because MIT Sloan alum and former fashion editor Kendall Herbst launched a similar street style-centric email service late 2012, titled Style Up, which has since relocated to New York. For the time being, What to Wear remains an exclusively Boston service, though BostInno reports that Porter plans to extend its reach in the future.
· Editor Turned MIT Student Offers Daily Outfit Inspiration [Racked Boston]
· This Tool Will Tell You How to Get Dressed [BostInno]
· What to Wear Daily Report [Official Site]