How to wear a digital outfit?
Dressing up is always quite a challenge. Either in a situation when you don’t know what to wear (I’m sure everyone had this kind of trouble at least once in a lifetime), or when you’ve already decided on your outfit, but those skinny jeans won’t fit, so you have to practice the traditional voodoo dance: down lying, legs lifting, body squeezing.
There is also another rather ‘painful’ process almost every girl experiences in the cold season or dress code-abiding event — putting on the stockings. Here come snags, holes, wrong sizes... Brrr
But there is a process even more frustrating — dressing up when your only purpose is to take pictures and refresh your Instagram.
Keeping in mind all the struggles with putting on the clothes I’ve experienced myself, DressX team decided to simplify this process with digital clothing to the most possible extent. Here is a brief manual of how to wear a digital garment:
- Take picture in which you’d like to be wearing a digital item
- Select the garment on the website
- Send the picture
- Receive your photo with the selected outfit on
Moreover, if you’d like to make things easier and faster for digital dressing (hence for yourself), please mind a couple of suggestions about the photo you’re about to choose for this:
- The perfect picture should consist of form-fitting clothing and minimal clothing like a swimming suit
- Ideally, less background (studio shot) with the good light. Please avoid night or dawn photos — the darker it is, the less real your digital clothing will look
- Areas of the body that show exposed skin should not be covered by other garments in the initial photo
- Preferably, no long sleeves
- Please avoid baggy clothing in the initial picture
- Preferably, full-length portrait, but it can be cropped
- Your body and face should be in focus in the initial picture
- Please avoid contra light
- In the initial photo, parts of the body that are supposed to be covered in clothing should not be obstructed by baggy clothes, hair, or other objects. This can create an unnatural look of the digital garments
- Please avoid images with the strong shadows
Here is an example of the perfect picture to work with:
Sounds like a piece of cake — so it is! Following a couple of rules, you’ll look stunning in your digital outfit. And by the way — digital clothes fit all forms and sizes, so there is no need in giving up a dessert :)