Cher Horowitz’s Virtual Closet From ‘Clueless’ Is Now A Reality

The future is now.
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Here is a dream that’s almost 20 years in the making: Cher Horowitz’s game-changing closet organizing software from the movie Clueless is finally a reality. [Our immediate reaction.] Thanks to the virtual fitting room technology known as Metail, you can virtually dress yourself with an updated take on Cher’s iconic wardrobe. If you want to really feel like you’re living out the first few moments of Clueless, throw on David Bowie’s “Fashion” while browsing through the program.

Seriously though, how great is this? Even though you can’t shop Cher’s exact wardrobe (yet)—we have a feeling that development isn’t far behind—you can finally see how you’d look in Cher’s yellow suit. The program allows users to digitally try clothes on using virtual models—Cher makes it seem so easy to pull the look off, but—like any outfit—it’s not for everyone. There are, of course, others who can effortlessly wear the look: Iggy Azalea in the “Fancy” video, for example.

Metail’s options include a range of yellow and black alternatives to the plaid suit, as well as a number of white and leather options. Now, please excuse me while I spend the rest of the day trying every possible outfit combo.

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