Now See Real-life Product Options with 'Style Ideas' on Google Image Search

Image Search now surface a grid of inspirational lifestyle images and outfits that showcase how the product can be worn in real life.

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Image Search, which helps find pictures for a range of thngs like places to travel, items to purchase or celebs, art and memes. Now, you can explore images of fashion products, as Google introducing a new feature called "style ideas" for fashion related image searches on the mobile web and the Google app for Android.

Now while searching fashion product pcis, a grid of inspirational lifestyle images and outfits which provides examples of how the product can be worn in real life will surface on Image Search.

Additionally, with style ideas, you can also see real-life options of how to pair a product that caught your eye for example, "of what bag and jeans look stellar with those red high heels you've been eyeing," Google Image Search will provide answer to more such options, says Google.

Style ideas on Google Image Search
Style ideas on Google Image Search

As an added bonus, the announcement also expands the recently launched "similiar items" feature that now show a carousel of suggestions while searching for apparel products—means, "whether you're researching shorts and sneakers or checking out sunglasses and handbags, you'll be able to find product offerings that may suit your tastes," Google said.

With these new features, Image Search may be your best new accessory. Or at least a useful tool to find apparel that suits your style and your wallet.

Google also unveiled a new look for blog search results pages on both mobile and desktop, Now, while you search for query like "tech blogs", Google will return either a rich list of blogs in that category. Tapping on the name a blog doesn't take you to the blog, rather, it prompts Google to conduct a new search for the name of the blog.

Here is an examples of the new blog search carousels:

Google Blog Search Carousel
Google Blog Search Carousel