The fashion industry has been getting tech upgrades that make it more convenient and exciting.
Gone are the days of manual labor, physical shops and basic marketing. Today, you can buy from brands that resonate your personal style and preferred fashion.
The trend continues with these four features for the year 2020.
Mobile phones have become a part of our everyday lives, from buying food to clothes and everything in-between. Businesses must optimize their processes by being accessible on the most popular mobile platforms.
Online shopping has thrived and shows no signs of slowing down. You can buy any kind of clothing nowadays, from party dresses to kid’s clothes that are designed for Korean fashion.
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Internet of Things
Wearable gadgets have been limited to earbuds and smart watches, but thanks to technology some clothing brands are now exploring possibilities on how they can integrate the Internet of Things on fabric, shoes and more.
Responsive sportswear, wearable spaces and smart clothing are at the forefront of cutting-edge products. It could have sensors that vibrate when you’re not doing the right exercise pose, or socks that count steps and fabric that track temperature and heart rate. Others collect data and encourage the wearer to stay active and walk or stand for optimized periods.
New soft circuits allow for data-tracking, lighting and heating purposes, which can come in really handy in a number of scenarios.
3D printers can do what simple machines cannot- customization, creativity and sustainability.
A single 3D printer can make a variety of clothing that’s wholly unique. What’s more, it’s less labor intensive and produces less waste compared to the traditional method of making clothes. The process also unlocks sophisticated and often complex patterns, or benefits and functionalities to be embedded within the clothing.
With virtual reality, potential buyers can now ‘try on’ clothes within a virtual world to see how it looks and fits. Aside from being useful, the customer is engaged and has a better shopping experience online compared to just browsing through 2-dimensional selections.
Some brands have 3D counterparts of their clothes and allow them to be ‘worn’ via AR, mobile or web platforms. Others emphasize a virtual size illustration to get the most accurate fit, eliminating the guessing game and thus potential returns and refunds.
Laila Azzahra is a professional writer and blogger that loves to write about technology, business, entertainment, science, and health.