7's Anne Allred and viewers put 'Me-Ality' to the test
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Monday, 7News introduced viewers to Me-Ality, a service found in local malls that promises to help you find the perfect fit. 7News took three ladies out shopping to test it out.
Skinny leg, straight leg, how about a denim legging?
When it comes to jeans, these ladies were looking for "anything that fits."
Viewers Danielle, Erin and Michelle were scanned by the Me-Ality service in local malls. Me-Ality takes your measurements and recommends the best jeans for your body. You receive a list of a dozen jeans along with the store that sells them and how much they will cost.
For Danielle, all the jeans were two sizes too big, but she liked the style of one pair - silver jeans from Buckle.
"These are the jeans, two sizes smaller than what they suggested but I love them," said Danielle, who chose to buy a pair.
Erin found three pairs were too tight or not her style but an unexpected fourth pair of gold jeans she loved.
"Would you have ever pulled a gold pair of jeans?"
"No, I would not," replied Erin.
Erin decided not to buy the gold jeans because of the $129 price tag but said that she would keep them on her wish list.
Michelle had the most luck. She bought two out of the four styles she tried. One pair was from Bebe, and another was from Aeropostale.
Her luck didn't stop there. When she found the pair she loved, she also found that they were on sale.
"How much did you spend?"
"I think they were $44 each, but buy two pairs buy one get one free.
So, was Me-Ality a success?
Overall the women said that the service really helps to narrow down the choices. Usually they would have to try on ten pairs to find one that fits, but with Me-Ality's assistance they only had to try on four.
7News tried out Me-Ality at the Natick Mall, but it is available at other mall locations in Massachusetts.