Look Book

The Look Book extension lets you create a visual portfolio on your site representing individual looks of a larger collection. Look Book lets you showcase new items, engage customers through images to convey a theme, highlight corresponding items within a collection, and drive additional sales. The Look Book displays as a slider of Looks that are linked to a collection of Look Items. Users can browse through the high impact slides to shop the look that is right for them. In addition, they can see a Looks Good With section on the product detail page (PDP) of an included item that links to other Look Items in a Look.


Commerce extensions are only available if provisioned, installed, and activated for a selected domain in your account. For more information, see Commerce Extensions.


Extensions require SuiteCommerce or the Aconcagua release of SCA or later.

For example, if you have a clothing store, you can create a Look Book for each season, with each season highlighting a Men’s Look, a Women’s Look, and a Children’s Look. Each of these Looks can then feature Look Items that are ready for purchase. In the following diagram, you can see how you select items (Oxford Sports Shirt, Relaxed-Fit Jeans, and Men’s Textured Slip-On Shoes) to include in the Men’s Fall Look of the Fall Look Book.


Look Books must be accessed through the URL path, so you can choose how to link to the Look Book page from your site. For example, you can use SMT Text Content to add a link to your home page. For more information about SMT Text Content, see SMT Text Content.

Each Look has a corresponding record in NetSuite, which you can configure to change how the Look displays. After creating a Look Book record in NetSuite, you can add Look records to associate with the Look Book. Each Look record then allows you to add corresponding Look Item records.

This image is an example of a Look.

Fall Season Men's Sweaters Look Book

To enable the Look Book feature for your site, you must:

  1. Configure the Look Book extension

  2. Create a Look Book

  3. Add Looks to a Look Book

  4. Add Look Items to a Look

Related Topics

Product Merchandising
Correlated and Related Items
Best Sellers
Featured Category
Featured Product

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