It’s hard to believe that at just 24 years old Stephanie Miro has created a website that makes Aussie fashion lovers lives SO much easier and now she’s going on national tv to showcase it!
Next Sunday April 19th, Stef will be featured on Channel 10’s Shark Tank with her business Rich Gurl and here at Glam Adelaide we’d love to congratulate her!
Her website Rich Gurl (www.richgurl.com), a shopping destination that takes the leg work out of finding good fashion on sale. Rich Gurl is a fashion sale aggregator that curates sale products from leading online retailers. Updated every few hours, it makes shopping for sales easier than ever.
72% of females surveyed said they shopped online to find better deals and discounts. All agreed that the main frustration with online sale shopping was the effort it took having to filter through pages to find good styles.
Stefanie started Rich Gurl after being fed up with individually trawling through the sale pages of her favourite online stores to find the good styles. She saw a gap in the market in that no fashion aggregators targeted towards her age group focused specifically on sale products.
That means on one easy site you’ll find the sales of major online shopping destinations in one spot. Their mission is to help women be on-trend with the guilt-free pleasure of purchasing on sale, and we salute that!
Having come from a background in fashion styling and online marketing, Stef decided to make her idea a reality. Now, with 12 top retailers on board including ASOS, General Pants Company, Bonds, Showpo, Princess Polly and more to join, Rich Gurl is Australia’s first online sale aggregator of it’s kind.
Rich Gurl is set to be a major fashion player in the Australian market and it’s great that a South Australian is not only leading the future of the online fashion world, but being showcased on national television in celebration of this.
Tune in to Shark Tank this Sunday to find out more.