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Find one-of-a-kind items for your home and wardrobe

Your home is your refuge from the world, and your wardrobe is a nonverbal expression. If you’re like me, you don’t want either of these to be just like everyone else’s.

If you want your home decor and clothing to express your creative soul, then Tictail could be a great place for online shopping. It’s a free app that showcases emerging brands from all over the world.

Once you open the app, you’ll see a list of categories to shop from; it seems they have a section for everything! The top four are women’s apparel, home furnishings, men’s apparel and artwork.

Above these categories, there’s a search bar to help you find what you’re looking for, and below that, you have the option to shop for styles from the fashion capitals of the world, such as London and Paris. You can also choose from products that fit a certain genre, like graphic art or minimalist clothing.

Once you select a product, you can see how much it costs and add it to your shopping bag. Some products have a message icon so that you can easily contact the seller. There’s a share button, too, so you can post the product on social media or send it to a friend. If you choose to create an account, you can keep track of the items you like but aren’t ready to purchase.

That’s not all! Tictail makes it easy to create your own online store so you can sell your own clothing, art and home decor. There are two ways to sell through the app: You can create your own online shop for free and keep all of the money, or you can have your items listed in the Tictail marketplace. If shoppers find you through Tictail, you then keep 90% of the sales.

Whether you’re selling or shopping, Tictail seems to make it easy for customers and small business owners alike. If you’d like to try it out, click one of the buttons below:

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