Store installs iPads in dressing rooms allowing women to take selfies and get instant second opinionsBy Mason White 4:42 PM March 20, 2014
|Dressing room illustration|
By: Sanvi Rizvi
Shopping for clothing had just gotten more sophisticated and fun.
Shoppers at the Karl Lagerfeld clothing store in the United Kingdom, can now take selfies while trying on clothes in dressing rooms.
The store, which opened on Regent Street in London, on Friday, is equipped with iPads connected to the walls of the changing rooms.
Most women like to get a second opinion when they shop for clothes, but cannot always work out their schedule to have a friend or family member go along on their shopping trip.
Now, women can shop by themselves and send a selfie of herself in the new outfit to a friend for a second opinion. This means that women can also opinions from friends or family members who live out of town.
The store also has mini iPads on racks, which allows visitors to see the entire collection online and then find the item on the shelf. This way they won’t miss out and see everything that is available to them within the store.