A changing room in a
is a small enclosure with mirrors where one
can try on clothing privately. It is also
known as a fitting room and it exists to
allow shoppers the opportunity to test out
articles of clothing to ensure
that they fit properly and
look good on them before they commit to a
Above is a basic definition of the changing
room. However, the
changing room is not simply a room where
you can go to change your
clothes. It can be a
wonderful even magical place where one
can experiment with clothing and possibly
even take a walk on the wild side.
Essentially, the store becomes a
shopper's personal closet. All of the
clothing in the store is at your disposal.
Consumers can take any
number of items into this room
of fantasy and try them on without even
paying for them (note: you must pay if you
plan on leaving the store with the clothing). For this brief span
of time, your wardrobe is limitless... This could be a
enjoyable experience for people that love
Although the fitting room (changing room),
can be a pleasant experience, the time spent
in this area can also be equally upsetting
and depressing. Can you imagine how
you would feel if you put on a pair of
jeans that made your butt look fat???
OK, maybe you look good in all jeans.
Anyway, some of us do not look good in all
jeans. Some people actually struggle
to find a well fitting pair of jeans. I can assure
you that it is not a pleasant feeling when
you are in the dressing room with a pair of
pants that are not flattering.
If utilized properly, a changing room can be
a great place to take a walk on the wild
side. Go a head, try on a new blouse
pair of designer jeans.
A changing room can help you find a new
Have you tried on clothing at your favorite
fashion boutique only to find out after you
arrived home that the
store must of had a magical mirror?
When gazing into your own mirror at home you
simply did not look as good as you thought.