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Have you ever dreamed of having your very own virtual closet? Do you ever want to share your outfits with friends? Well if you do, Closetclicks is the perfect website for you. It is an online site that gives users the ability to create their own unique outfits and then share those designs with friends.

Menlo-Atherton High School alumni Greg Kalin, Richard Branning, and Royce Branning co-founded the website. Closetclicks provides people with the opportunity to “mix-and-match outfits within an e-commerce platform then share their shopping experience through a news feed” says Kalin.

The founders’ mission is to help those with a passion for shopping and fashion to discover new clothing, which they can eventually purchase with just one click. They also hope to inspire trendsetters and pique creativity.

Kalin says they hope to “partner with fashion bloggers from around the world to ‘set up shop’… and to promote outfits and clothing to their entire following.”

Because all three of the co-founders graduated from M-A, they have presented all M-A students with the opportunity to win a free outfit of their creation. The best outfit and the outfit with the most social interaction will determine the winners of the competition. According to the Closetclicks website, the winners will be announced next week.

Photo by Kyra Sheeper; Closetclicks’ co-founders, Greg Kalin and Richard Branning, hand out In-N-Out burgers at M-A to students to promote their startup

This post originally appeared in M-A Bear News; used with permission.

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