Web Watcher is getting girly this week, featuring an app and two websites that are just for women.
Chicago-based CakeStyle provides you with a personalized shopping experience without you ever having to walk into a mall! After providing Cakestyle with your wardrobe info, the company will match you with your own personal shopper or 'CakeStylist.' Your CakeStylist will handpick looks for you, makes you a video of each look explaining how to wear it, and sends the box to her door. Clients keep (and pay for) only things they want.
If you're a guy looking for a similar service, check out TrunkClub (which I featured on Web Watcher a while back.)
Women's Health Workouts
Lite version free, $1.99 for full version
Available for iOs and Android
Designed by the fitness experts at Women's Health magazine, this app has 16 complete workouts and 130 exercises created just for women. From perfecting your posture to burning calories, this app has detailed instructions and images for every exercise. It even has the training log, timers and easy access to the magazine's fitness experts if you have a question.
If you want to try it for free, try the lite version -- it ony has 5 sample workouts but it will certainly give you an idea of what the $2 app will entail.
Forbes named HelloGiggles as one of the top 100 Websites for Women in 2012 -- here's what they had to say about it (and I couldn't agree more!):
"Cofounded by three Los Angeleans including “New Girl” Zooey Deschanel, this site was first envisioned as a comedy site for women -- think Funny Or Die without the fart jokes. Instead it’s grown into an exchange where women of all ages share their writing on life, love and all things adorable."
For the full article on the top 100 Websites for Women: Forbes.com
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