Matching accessories have always been a thing. In the late '80s and early '90s, the thought of buying bags and shoes that weren't, quite literally, cut from the same cloth would rarely cross one's mind. Fast-forward to today, and we certainly see the appeal. After all, we can barely muster enough energy to get out of bed in the mornings, let alone set aside precious time that could otherwise be spent sleeping to carefully select mismatched add-ons.
You never open your Instagram feed with the intention of doing some shopping but sometimes, it happens. (It might happen a lot, and that’s okay too.) Vishal Shah, Instagram Director of Product Management, says that the app’s new shopping feature