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  • Writer's pictureLuke Stoffel

Cinderly Fashion App Design

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Revolutionizing Style with Cinderly: Your Digital Fashion Forward Fairy Godmother

In the universe of fashion where trends rapidly ebb and flow, we brought forth Cinderly, designed to be not just an app but a fairy godmother for the everyday girl navigating through the enchanting world of style. Cinderly emerged from the notion that fashion isn’t merely an industry; it’s a collective adventure of expression, exploration, and, most importantly, empowerment.

Our technology crafted a distinctive, data-driven fashion haven, connecting users with individuals of a similar dress size, thereby fostering a community of everyday influencers. It was about converging style, size, and substance into a network where inspiration isn’t dictated by runways, but is co-created by real people, real sizes, and real experiences.

In this arena, we introduced the innovative “Glass Slipper Mode,” an interaction designed to not only refine your selfie but to genuinely seek and offer advice during those contemplative moments in a dressing room. Here’s where Cinderly lends you a digital hand, prompting local users to guide you through the quintessential question: “Does this look good on me?” The posts in “Glass Slipper Mode” are propelled to the pinnacle of feeds, enabling a collective of trusted fashion enthusiasts to vote and advise you, ensuring that by the time you elegantly step out of the dressing room, you’re not alone— you have a community sharing their thoughts on your prospective purchase.

Cinderly was not just a project; it was an alignment of technology, fashion, and community, woven together with a thread that values each user’s unique style and voice. As we pieced together each pixel and code, we envisioned a platform where every click, every post, and every vote redefines fashion perspectives, collectively driving us toward a future where style is not just seen, but truly shared, celebrated, and co-created.


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