Bungalow Clothing is bringing retail dressing rooms into shoppers’ homes.
Developed in Los Angeles and Las Vegas with a team heavy on technology and retail experience, the new e-commerce concept is tackling one of the biggest barriers to fashion purchases online: that women can’t try on the clothes. It does so by shipping customers a range of additional options picked for them with every selection and easing the process of returning merchandise to encourage shoppers to try the merchandise before they purchase it.
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