Some Anthro. Mostly Life.
agreed... def liked our headless, lifeless friends ALOT better!dislike Jennflowercityfashionista.blogspot.com
It is weird, because I'm not seeing it on my Knits and Tees section when I go to the Anthro website. I saw that a couple of people couldn't see it either when there was a brief comment on Effortless Anthropologie. But, I'm not liking what I see here!
Agreed. Never thought of Forever 21... but you are so right. Sad day.Happy first Mother's day!
Oh....I sort of like it...usually, when there are a few product shots of an item, I click on the photo with the model anyways - I want to see how it looks on a 'real' person, where it hits on the waist, how long the sleeves are, etc.
I find the model shots to be VERY helpful! It gives you a much better idea about what the clothes might actually look like on you. However, I wish the main product pages had just the mannequins because it gives a cleaner look. Using models is not just a Forever 21 thing....look at Neiman Marcus, Nordstroms, Bloomies, etc.
It DOES give you an idea of how the clothes might look like on you... but I miss the uniformity of the mannies--maybe in the future they could let us upload 3-D pictures of ourselves and then simulate what the tops would look like...Oh, the end of fitting rooms and in-person shopping would ensue!