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Bungalow Clothing solves Achilles heel of online shopping
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Dec '13
Bungalow Clothing launches a new shopping platform aimed at solving the “Achilles heel” of online shopping. The company allows customers to try on clothing in the comfort of their own home without the burden of purchasing the items first.

Bungalow Clothing also offers personal styling services to help customers get the most out of their dressing room experience. Return packages are picked up from the customer by simply sending a text message to the company.

“Online shopping should embrace convenience in all forms and ultimately be easier than shopping in a store. By giving the customer a risk-free opportunity to try on multiple items, access to a professional stylist and free return package pickup, we’re seeing significantly better sell-through and repeat usage rates”

Led by Rob Wright, former ReachLocal co-founder, Bungalow Clothing is positioned to change the way consumers feel about the current online shopping paradigm by fostering the same consumer behavior experienced at brick and mortar stores.

Currently geared towards women, Bungalow Clothing customers can choose fashionable, trend-worthy items from top-tier brands including Current Elliott, Kelly Wearstler, Elizabeth and James, Humanoid, Graham & Spencer and NSF.

“Unlike many other retail categories where a majority of transactions have moved online, online clothing purchases still only represent 13 percent of the apparel market,” said Rob Wright the company’s CEO.

“Online shopping should embrace convenience in all forms and ultimately be easier than shopping in a store. By giving the customer a risk-free opportunity to try on multiple items, access to a professional stylist and free return package pickup, we’re seeing significantly better sell-through and repeat usage rates,” Wright added.

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