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Dressing Room Mirrors in the Cloud
  • 1/23/2014 2:27:31 PM
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What a great new innovation that could change how we shop forever. This would be a great new innovation for men since they usually don't like to spend to much time trying on everything. As long as the buyer knows how the sizes run and fit them, this new mirror could get customers to buy more and spend less time in the store.

Re: Mirror, mirror
  • 1/19/2014 6:15:15 PM
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@Alexis that might be a future iteration of the product to encourage you to shop online and buy more.

"The customer owns the data."
  • 1/19/2014 5:08:34 PM
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"The customer owns the data."

This is the most crutial quote of the piece. With today's heightened sense of paranoia, this company needs to ensure that the customer is indeed in full control, and if the company does slyly hold onto the data (to purhaps sell it to others), it can't be readily found out and reported on, because the idea will then become dead in the water. I like this idea, but the sensitive people might resist such a mirror.

Re: Mirror, mirror
  • 1/17/2014 1:36:41 PM
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@urbie, an experimenter with business fashion and a bargain shopper to boot -- you rock.

Re: Mirror, mirror
  • 1/17/2014 12:00:30 PM
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@Beth, @Broadway For the record, I had several pairs of gray pants -- because they cost $22 apiece at Marshall's, where I bought most of my clothes at the time!

Re: Mirror, mirror
  • 1/17/2014 9:38:31 AM
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@rbaz, that's very true. And, then, too, we'd have to factor in the role of the personal shopper. Hmmm. Maybe the virtual mirror technology isn't so well suited for the boutique clientele after all!

Re: Mirror, mirror
  • 1/17/2014 9:26:35 AM
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@Broadway, do we really want to go there?

Re: Mirror, mirror
  • 1/17/2014 9:25:22 AM
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@Urbie4 --- what's that saying? "Clothing makes the man?" I like the little experiments, empirical as they may be, you do with your wardrobe. 

Re: Mirror, mirror
  • 1/17/2014 9:14:58 AM
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@Beth No, I never really studied the effect of gray vs. khaki, etc.  My only research efforts in the fashion arena concern the effects of wearing a tie to work in a business-casual office. The hypothesis is that people take me more seriously -- and it does seem to work -- but there's no way to do a controlled, double-blind study to find out if it's really true!

Re: Mirror, mirror
  • 1/16/2014 8:46:52 PM
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@urbie4, the real question Beth should have asked is: Did you wash those pants in that span? Or were you wearing different pairs of the same gray slacks?

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