{In the News} MyBestFit

I’ve always thought different sizing in different stores and even different styles in a store was a ploy for retailers to keep us gals shopping. Every time I see something I like, I have to grab one in every size because I’m not sure how each one will fit on me.

I saw this article in the New York Times today and I LOVE this idea. They are opening kiosks in malls across America to give you a quick scan airport security style to give you a report of what sizes you are in about 50 major stores. It will even suggest different sizes for different styles within a store. How cool is that?

I’m always an advocate for efficiency. Besides that, it takes away that horrible feeling of “what is wrong with me!” and replaces it with confidence. All you have to worry about now is what you WANT to buy instead of what fits.

Read the article here.

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3 Comments

  • April 28, 2011 - 3:16 am | Permalink

    This is so interesting, seriously, I know at being a size 8 I can wear anything I want, but I’m surprised the U.S. store gap runs small?

  • Connie
    April 28, 2011 - 8:29 am | Permalink

    Elle Marie – Yea I’m surprised too. I figured the US would run bigger of everything!

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