Imagine going to a local clothing store … but you don’t find actual merchandise? Instead, a stylist greets you and helps you order the items you need, then has them delivered to your door. Nordstrom’s boutique showroom in Los Angeles is one of them.
The new retail concept aims to get people off the shopping sites and into actual stores, where they get to experience real-life customer service. Sephora is taking this trend high-tech with their virtual makeup consultation — a computer lets you try lipsticks and eyelashes without actually putting on any makeup. Then you get to shop the items right on the screen.
So what do you think — are no-merchandise stores the Next Big Thing? Vote and tell us your opinion in the comments section below. Or submit your video comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will feature the results of the poll and some of your comments on the show!
No because you might get scammed.
sucks only the people that use online shoping or lazy
This is awesome!! i would totally go to that store!
I am from Highlands Ranch, Co and I think No Mechandise Stores are not the next big thing! Shop for a new idea.
I am from Highlands Ranch, Co and I think No merchandise stores are not the next big thing. Shop for a new idea.
You should be able to try on clothes to see if it comfortable, also, you should check makeup to see if you have any allergic reaction.
I believe that that is a top shelf idea.
No thanks, drop me off
I make-up my mind……NO!!!!!