This Company Is About to MAJORLY Change the Way You Shop

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What if we told you that your next scroll through your Twitter feed would include not only updates from your BFFs and favorite news sources, but also the ability to shop those cute boots you've been lusting over for weeks with the click of a button?

It turns out that shopping your Twitter feed is becoming a reality. While the social media platform released "buy buttons" last September, which allow users to shop products directly from their feed, the variety of e-commerce sites integrated with the buy buttons has been somewhat limited. That is, until now - enter Shopify.
Marissa Webb - Backstage - MADE Fashion Week Fall 2015Shopify is a Canadian tech company that provides a platform and software for online stores to reach customers and sell goods - think of it as Tumblr themes, but for creating online shops. The company works with hundreds of thousands of e-shops, including many fashion sites, so chances are, you've already bought something from a Shopify-designed e-commerce site.

Twitter is currently in the process of integrating with Shopify - meaning you'll soon be able to shop the 175,000 and counting online shops Shopify represents - and it will be as simple as pressing "favorite" on that LOL-worthy tweet your BFF posted.

Twitter isn't the only one, either - with Instagram introducing a shopping button, and both Facebook and Pinterest reportedly working with Shopify as well, it's looking like social media as a whole is about to become our favorite place to turn for our fashion fix.

Some of the brands and products you'll soon be able to Twitter-shop? Fashion finds from e-boutique Good as Gold, detox tea from Skinny Teatox and conversation-starting phone cases from Zero Gravity. So yeah, as you can imagine, our shopping addicted selves are pretty pumped.

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