Friday, December 7, 2012

An Innovative Shopping Experience

Last night I was on Pinterest trying to find outfit inspiration for a meeting I have to attend in January. One of the outfits I found led me to ShopBob.com. Once I got there I realized that their clothes are WAY out of my price range. But I was amazed at the browsing experience. Why? The models wearing the clothes MOVE. The models aren't just in static pictures wearing the clothes, they do a little twirl for you in them!

I thought this was amazing and extremely innovative. If I was able to buy clothes from them, that feature would definitely enhance the shopping experience. I predict as time goes on more and more websites will adopt this model. It would be nice to have models of different sizes showing off the clothes. I can only wish right? Check out THIS ROMPER  to see it in action. 

6 comments:

  1. That is neat, but yea on it being expensive! Gee whiz.

    I wanted to let you know that I've nominated you for an award. > http://chantelc.com/2012/12/07/show-me-yours-and-ill-giveaway-mine-2/ :)

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    1. My mind couldn't even comprehend their prices lol.

      Thank you for the award! I'll have to do that this weekend.

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  2. What I'm about to say may very well confuse you in every way possible.

    I love the fact of seeing different size models in magazines, online, etc. However, when I do see them, it looks kind of odd because I barely ever see it. I wish the world would accept plus size models more often. I usually only see larger sized models in the intentional plus size department, such as Avenue.com or Lane Bryant.

    I wish the world would be open minded to a new perspective when we say the world "model".

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    1. Yea, it definitely uncommon to see anything other than a "standard" size models in clothes promotions unless it's a plus sized line.

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  3. That is very cool! But yeah those prices scare me, lol. Good luck on the search!

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  4. I noticed that too on Shopbop. Very cool!

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