For store-aphobes, a new service promises to actually go shopping for you, and leave you with clothes that not only fit in styles that you actually like, but inspire you to try new things, too. It's called Stitch Fix, and it's a service that sets you up with a human stylist who picks out clothes based on a few parameters you provide, sends you options, and you send back whatever you don't want. After the initial $20 styling fee (that you can use toward your final order), you'll just pay for just the garments you want to keep, which are $65 on average (you can also get 25% off the entire lot if you choose to keep everything). And, in case you have any doubt about these stylists' skills, the outfits they put together won't make you look like your fourth-grade teacher or Lady Gaga at Carnival, which is what we suspect is the kind of middle ground you're aiming for.
Of course, for those of you with very specific tastes, who actually enjoy the hunt, and for whom a strong sense of personal style is part of your identity, this service might seem like the opposite of helpful. But, there are legions of women out there who just want to look great, but don't care to do the grunt work to get there — and there's no shame in that. Click through to Stitch Fix to scope out the process, check out potential outfits and products, and decide for yourself whether it's right for you.