ASOS is functioning in the e-comm realm of 3008 and the rest of us are so 2000 and late *thanks for the words, Fergie. Last year, they launched a virtual catwalk offering a new way to see products IRL. Now, ASOS has a new feature that allows you to look at an outfit on models of different sizes, making it a helluva lot more realistic when picking your own size and shopping online.
ASOS launches a revolutionary new tool that will stop you making endless returns:
— inside life. (@african_delight) January 14, 2020
The new tool is called ‘See My Fit’ where 16 models wear the same dress, showing different body types for each size, so that it’s easier to imagine how each one might look on you! OH, how we love online shopping in 2020. They are trialing this tool on 1000 dresses for now but we really hope this function takes off.
Check it out here.
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The best news I could read today !!! " @Asos has launched a trial of a new tool on its site that allows shoppers to see what their clothing selections would look like on different body types. The “See My Fit” feature is an augmented reality tool that has been created in collaboration with Israeli AR company Zeekit. The See My Fit button is currently available to use when viewing one of 800 selected dresses. " – by Sabrina Barr @fabsab5 – today's article independent.co.uk @indyurdu ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Não poderia ler notícia melhor !!! " A Asos lançou um teste de uma nova ferramenta em seu site, que permite aos consumidores ver como seriam suas roupas em diferentes tipos de corpo . O recurso "See My Fit" é uma ferramenta de realidade aumentada que foi criada em colaboração com a empresa israelense de AR Zeekit . O botão "See My Fit" está disponível no momento para visualização de um dos 800 vestidos selecionados. " – por Sabrina Barr @ fabsab5 reportagem inteira de hoje para independent.co.uk @indyurdu
ASOS is renowned for its positive stance in the fashion industry, but the online giant’s latest announcement is their most revolutionary yet. Thank you, ASOS, for realising that we do not live in a one-size-fits-all kinda world.
Finally, those who avoid online shopping in fear of ordering a garment in the incorrect size can ‘add to cart’ more confidently.
Happy shopping, lovers!
Feature image: @asos