Rare Beauty: Product Images Win

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More e-commerce shops need to start adopting this way of showing product images on a range of body types so that we, as consumers, can better gauge how the item will work for us. I just wish the team incorporated this into the actual product image gallery instead of via email newsletter.

The first time I noticed this was actually with Moment backpacks. I really appreciated how they showed the bag’s size relative to folks of different heights. A bag that is a perfect fit for someone who is 6 foot is not going to be perfect for someone who is 4’11” – ahem, like me.

Moment Daypack product description

Can I categorize this under user experience?

More Sneakers

…it’s another white pair. But, in my defense, I’ve been wearing the same pair of Adidas Stan Smiths forever. I decided to replace them with a pair of white Nike Gamma Force since the Adidas Sambas have been sold out forever in my size.

These will primarily be my work shoe as I head back into the office a couple days a week.

The husband is so obsessive compulsive about them staying pristine that he’s making me spray a shoe protector over it. Anyhow, I like that they’re not completely white – there’s some off white elements and the gum on the sole to break it all up.

Brooks Running Shoes

I’d like to dedicate my Atlanta, GA trip to the Brooks Running Adrenaline GTS 22. My feet have never been so ache-free after all the walking we did the entire week.

As soon as I got home, I ordered another pair in black since they were on sale. But, even if they weren’t on sale, I’d order them anyway.

I really appreciate how Brooks Running lists out their shoe specs + features. And, hell yes, my feet were cushioned!

So, if you have flat feet, look no further.

I LOVE the specs breakdown of their shoes on the product pages!