You gotta remember to finally buy that gorg peach top on ASOS. Oh, and that pleated mini on Bonadrag… and that gray tank on Net-A-Porter… ooooh, and stacked heels on ShopBop too... darn. For any warm-blooded lady with a mild-to-serious e-comm shopping addiction, remembering all your office-downtime browsing finds can be tough, particularly when the best pieces are spread out over a network of competing sites. Enter, Want Worthy.
Simply put, like Pinterest and other "pinning" services before it, you just sign up, plop their "button" onto your browser's bookmarks bar, and click it every time you find something you’d like to buy later, no matter what online shop it's on. The Want Worthy difference isn't functionality – it's usability. The site is so well-designed, uncluttered, and downright clickable, that it's actually a kick to browse your “Wish List” or share opinions with friends. As a matter of fact, why don’t you sign up and check out our Global Editor Connie Wang’s list – she’s kind of on the fence about those Mawi tusk earrings. Thoughts? (Want Worthy)
Image: Courtesy of Want Worthy.