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Polyvore’s Most Stylish Employees Show Off Their Duds And Cool HQ!

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    [UPDATE: This story was originally published on November 9.]

    Sure, we’ll admit to having a pretty-lengthy online browsing and shopping habit — as if this wasn’t apparent by our flurry of jam-packed roundups! And while the thrill of the hunt for us may be scouring pages and pages of e-tailers’ goodies, it can be somewhat dizzying to hone in on what we’re looking for in a snap. So, when Mountain View-based Polyvore came along, we knew it was a match made in shopping heaven.

    The fashion-centric, search-engine-like site doesn’t just make it seamless to find garb on the web, but it also has a super-cute community, filled to the brim with lovingly crafted “sets” (a.k.a. shopable collages) created by users.

    Naturally, we couldn't wait to trek down to the South Bay to have the Polyvore gals show us around, flaunt their office-chic style, and give us the 411 on what it’s like working at the crossroads of fashion and tech. Start your engines, and let's go!

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