Find That Style!: Find fashion faves online

Ever watched a TV show and admired a piece of clothing or an accessory worn by one of the actors? I wonder where he got that shirt…or….I wish I could find that purse!

With FindThatStyle.com, a newly launched fashion search engine, you can find just what you’re looking for. The site has carefully listed and identified where to buy looks (for both men and women) seen on your favorite shows.

The innovative search engine enhances the online shopping experience by making it easy to narrow down details. To find a specific item, you can search by TV show, clothing type, and celebrity. Users can also request more information about items and FTS’s team of fashion consultants will search for the exact and similar items so you can make it your own.

Shows include Mad Men, Glee, Modern Family, The Office, Gossip Girl, The Vampire Diaries, and Top Chef. Let’s take a quick look:

Choose an item and get the option to buy it, favorite it, post a comment, or get additional info. (If you couldn’t tell, that’s Padma from Top Chef.)


Some items haven’t been found just yet. You can choose to be notified when the item is found, but if you already know where to find it online, go ahead and share the link!


The item info includes links to similar looks and items you may also like.


Readers can submit feedback and and suggest new TV shows to add. FTS’s collection consists of nearly 100 shows and 1,100 celebrities–and it keeps growing. Sign up for free, and you’ll be able to use all the features on FindThatStyle.com.

So what are you waiting for? Find your style now!

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2 responses to “Find That Style!: Find fashion faves online

  1. Cool writeup guys! I’m Kevin from FTS and we’re pretty stoked to have finally launched… get to catch up on sleep for a few days, let Red Bull restock the shelves, etc. Anyway, it’s been a trip – so go check out the site, and love it or hate it, leave some feedback for us! We want to make it the best d*#@ed site for media fashion there is!

    • Thanks, Kevin! Yeah, it’s nice when things normalize, but it’s also fun to be busy. 🙂 Hope to see more great things from y’all!

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