(WXYZ) - Shopping can definitely be enjoyable, but when it’s time to buy jeans or a new outfit, it can sometimes turn into a nightmare experience.
But, one company is looking to change all of that with their virtual fitting booth.
With most of their locations on the east and west coast, a company called Me-Ality is making the shopping experience a breeze by eliminating all of the decision-making by choosing outfits for you.
The concept is simple. A shopper is in a department store, overwhelmed with countless styles and brands to choose from—so, they'd just step into the booth.
In a matter of seconds, the booth will scan over 200,000 points of reference from a person's skin to determine the best shape, style and fit for that shopper's body type.
Just this week, Me-Ality announced a partnership with Bloomingdales. The department store will now be offering the sizing stations in five of their stores.
Me-Ality's PR manager tells 7 Action News that they have close to 30 stations across the United States.
For more information on Me-Ality, go here: http://www.me-ality.com/
What do you think about virtual fitting booths? Would you like the assistance or do you prefer to figure it out yourself? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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