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Clueless fans envious of Cher Horowitz’s outfit-selection software no longer need wonder what it would be like to pick out their school clothes like Alicia Silverstone’s character in the 1995 cult classic (or Iggy Azalea in her “Fancy” video re-creation).
British shopping site Metail, which allows users to digitally try on clothes by creating their own virtual models, has launched a Cher-inspired fitting room in which users can try on some of the Clueless star’s famous looks, including the yellow plaid ensemble she selects at the beginning of the movie.
Users input their height, weight and bra size and can then virtually try on Cher’s clothes, along with white knee-high socks and black Mary Janes.
Users are also invited to share their look with friends via Facebook, email or a link. (No need to have them come over and take Polaroids!)
Metail is also awarding £500 ($857.84) to the best Cher look shared on the site.
The virtual models users create can also be used to try on more current selections available on Metail’s site.
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