I recently commented on my Snapchat how I dislike going to the mall, and here’s why. I don’t like the dressing room situations. I get stuck in there wondering what I can pair things with and if I have shoes that will match etc. It’s a total time suck, and most of the time, I leave indecisively or end up buying it all just to bring home only to re-try again with my own stuff. Thus, the reason why ordering online is my number one jam. It’s easier for me to look at my cart and narrow things down – and heck see the total before I show up at the counter. Once it gets to my house, I can try on everything with all of my own stuff! I can literally figure out how to wear stuff, and in a second know that if it needs to be sent back. The only drawback is that you have actually paid… and that amount has been taken out of your account until they process your return.
Farewell to Fitting Rooms
In comes Lyon and Post which lets you pick items to try-on in your own home without being charged. You decide what you like, send back what you don’t, and only then are you charged for it. Seems like it makes too much sense right?
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C/MEO Collective cobalt culottes c/o Lyon and Post
similar C/MEO Collective crop top c/o Lyon and Post
Chiara Ferragni glitter pumps c/o Lyon and Post
Gigi New York Parker satchel c/o
Daniel Wellington Sheffield watch c/o
Karen Walker sunglasses c/o Ditto
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Kendra Scott Arden bracelet c/o
Kendra Scott Reagan bracelet c/o
photos by Kaela Rodehorst Photography
I clearly need to talk about the winking eyes on the wall behind me in these photos and the fact that I have winking eyes on my shoes. It’s truly the weirdest thing because I saw this blue-ish, gray wall and thought “Oh, this is perfect to stand in front of”, and Kaela was like “Oh I think the eye is really cool… wait is that a winky eye too?” Incredibly creepy and awesome at the same time right? I don’t really know how else to describe it, but it turned out perfectly, right?