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I guess it would be easier to keep up with 'fashion trends' and personalise your clothing if all you had to do was download different styles.

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Wouldn't be so bad if say you had 3 different one piece super outfits each of which costed say $300 dollars. But you use them indefinitely. That may be a little too sci-fi star trekky though lol.


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Haha, to think there are people (Mainly women) that will spend obscene amounts of money on a single item of clothing.

 

What the hell would they do if 1 item could be hundreds, and for less than they'd otherwise spend in a year shopping?

 

Wait, I already know, they'd buy every single item with even the most minute of alterations..



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Absolutely, it would save people so much money. But it wouldn't completely destroy the fashion industry, they could sell designs like apps for lower prices.




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