I think it's safe to say we all hate shopping for jeans at least a little bit.
There're so many cuts and fits and sometimes they run small or large or the denim is stiff or...you get the picture. But now, there's this new thing called Bodymetrics and it's aiming to make the whole buying jeans experiences a lot more palatable.
Basically, Bodymetrics is a new technology that scans your body—without human aid, which is way less creepy than those airport body scanners—and through digital imaging, determines your specific body shape. Then, the smart little machine that it is, will spit out a list of denim brands that will slide oh-so-smoothly over your booty. The machines will be popping up in at least 100 locations in the U.S. over the next couple of years.
So far, the machine has had a 90 percent satisfaction rate, so we have a good amount of confidence in it. Hey, anything to make the putting on jeans dance a little less prevalent in my life. You know what I'm talking about. (via Refinery29)
Do you Lovelies have problems shopping for jeans? Would you use a machine like this?