Like Polyvore, Grabble and others before it, Motilo is an online collaborative 'moodboard' which allows you to create and curate looks of your choice. There is an 'edited' section where Motilo collate their picks from all over the fashion consortium, including pieces from Topshop and Ray Ban to Victoria Beckham and Marc Jacobs.
I absolutely love sites like this because it allows you to play around with styling, which is something that I love to do, and it lets you have fun with fashion, especially as it gives you the chance to select pieces from higher end ranges that you might be unable to find elsewhere. It is very user friendly; you sign up and straight away you can create lookbooks using the easy 'drag and drop' tool to pick items you'd like. In the 'edited' section, similar products are placed near to each other to allow for ease of styling but you can also search by department if there's something specific you were looking for.
I made a little 'how to wear pastels' look because I was scrolling through the items on the page and I loved the look of the two peachy shades together. I then spotted the metallic Marc Jacobs slides and thought they would work well, the tortoiseshell raybans gave the look a more preppy edge, and I added a neutral bag to ground the look. This whole look was put together in a matter of minutes, a testament to how easy Motilo is to use!
If you haven't already, check it out here!