Gearing up for Valentine's Day, single men aiming to make a sparkling sartorial impression now have a new ally in their corner. Innovative menswear rental subscription service Taelor has linked arms with Coffee Meets Bagel, a dating application geared towards fostering serious relationships. Together, they aspire to help men navigate the often-stressful preparation for dates, particularly the conundrum of picking the perfect ensemble.
Taelor, acclaimed by GQ as the Best Men's Subscription Box in the U.S., spares no effort in bringing over 350 high-end brands within reach of its clients. Their arsenal includes not just professional stylists but also Artificial Intelligence, a dual approach in providing curated fashion that fosters not just a sharp look but also instils confidence — a potent combination for making meaningful connections.
The app Coffee Meets Bagel, with over 91% of its users on the hunt for committed relationships, envisages the collaboration with Taelor as a powerful tool for its members. This partnership integrates the notion of good presentation and love-seeking, aiming to enhance the quality of matches and connections formed through their platform.
The process of availing this service is seamless – users sign up, fill out a style quiz, and voila, they're matched with an assortment of clothing tailored to their tastes and activities. What's more, these items arrive clean, ready to wear, and users have the liberty to either return them after use or purchase them at bargain prices. This recurring model provides a perpetual wardrobe refresh – a clever antidote to fashion fatigue.
To mark the dawn of the partnership, Coffee Meets Bagel users can now spot an exclusive offer from Taelor within the app. Adding verve to the venture is a smattering of novel affiliations: Taelor introduces partnerships with complementary lifestyle brands such as the flower delivery service Designer Blooms, Olivia Yao's jewellery exuding fun-infused elegance, and SACA's avant-garde men's accessories crafted from racing car carbon fibres.