Do you know what size you are? Though you probably have an idea, you’ve probably also realize that it kind of depends. Different brands size things differently, but this idea for the next big thing is designed to take the guess work out of trying on clothes.
Me-Ality is a company that uses a machine that kind of looks like an airport scanner (they promise no radiation!) to collect 200,000 data points to point you in the right direction for a perfectly fitting outfit. Fits Me has a created a “virtual fitting room” that lets you input your measurements, and try items on, online, to see if they work for you. Both ideas could save time and maybe money, because you won’t buy stuff you’ll never wear. But do they replace the experience of a real, live fitting room?
You tell us. Vote in the poll and weigh in on the future of shopping, then leave a comment telling us why you voted like you did.