Introducing a fun new feature to view products – The Swiper. This tinder-esque feature allows you to quickly review products in your favorite playlists. Swipe right for “YAY”, Swipe left for “NAY” (You can use the left or right arrows if on desktop/laptop). All the products that you Swipe YAY will be saved, all you have to do is log and to check out what you like. Shopping is so much more fun with “The Swiper”
To Launch it – Press the View In Swiper button on a playlist or on your search results.We look forward to improving it further with your usage and feedback. Enjoy! Love from us here at WHEN
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- To ascertain a basic understanding of your body type:
- Measure your bust at the fullest part
- Measure your hips at the fullest part (often the groin or upper thighs)
- Measure your waist at the narrowest point
I will use a hypothetical woman with 38-inch hips to discuss how your results may affect your body shape.
Is it not frustrating to see fashion on thin or skinny bodies that you would like to emulate but cannot find it in your size? Also as a plus size woman, you will notice that sizes across various brands do not match up, this means what is perceived as your size on one brand does not apply to the other – a mess of confusion, really. What about the general perception that plus size fashion can only be granny chic or clubwear? In recent times, many brands have attempted to create good quality and fashionable plus size fashion, I will attempt to put all the research I have in this post and update it as often as I can.
It’s not just the fashion industry that has a massive waste problem. We all do. Our wardrobes are bulging with clothes, many of which we don’t wear. The number of garments produced globally has doubled since 2000 to more than 100bn items. If you are anything like me, you will feel as if you own a good proportion of them already. Before you buy anything why not try and mend and fix what you already have. Here are some tips:
A prominent psychology study from 2014 concluded that:
“Wearing upper-class [i.e. a business suit], compared to lower-class [i.e. sweatpants] clothing induced dominance—measured in terms of negotiation profits and concessions, and testosterone levels—in participants. Upper-class clothing also elicited increased vigilance in perceivers of these symbols.”
Winter is finally here. Shopping online has never been more convenient. You don’t need to brave the cold anymore, you can do it from the comfort of your house. Since it is winter, many people will probably go shopping for boots and other warm footwear. The key issue many users raise relates to sizing. We are here to help:
It is hardly surprising that, of the two genders, men are the least attuned with the aesthetic arts – fashion and style to be specific. This is not a post about patriarchy and how society tends to judge women on the basis of how they look. It is merely an observation based on the activity we have seen thus far on WHEN. It seems women are the most active constituent of the platform i.e they make the most use of WHEN‘s features and are more open to trying out new styles.
High-end streetwear is where luxury brands are finding their growth. This year alone, global sales of this segment have contributed upwards of 5%, bringing the total sales of luxury brands to around €263 billion ($309 billion) according to an analysis done by leading consultancy firm – Bain and Company.
Luxury Brands were in a bit of a flatline over the past two years. However, with streetwear making a revival among the younger customer base, we can expect around 5% growth yearly until 2020. “Customers are becoming younger, and that is very good for the mid- and longer-term survival of this industry since the younger generation seemed to be a little detached from luxury brands,” said Federica Levato, a partner at Bain & Company.