Do you avoid online shopping because you have to try clothes on in a store to make sure it fits properly? Well, a new website called Sizable features models of all different sizes and shapes and is geared toward helping women find the right fit without having to go to the store.
The site was launched last week and was founded by Melbourne based fashion writer Larissa Thorne, who became frustrated after getting fed up with online shopping. She said, “When shopping online I could be anything from a size eight to a size 12. You look at a model [on a clothes website] who is a size eight and you have no idea if that’s going to fit you or look good on you."
This seems like a great idea. Would you like more clothing sites to follow suit?