The Undress is a portable changing room that protects women's dignity when they need to swap outfits in a public place.
Working hard to look great in a bikini can do wonders for self-esteem, but that can all be undone when it comes time to awkwardly change clothes at the beach without accidentally flashing passersby. Hoping to put an end to this important problem, The Undress is a portable changing room that protects women's dignity when they need to swap outfits in a public place.
From the outside, The Undress looks much like a typical dress, but it comes with an array of features that enable wearers to completely change their clothes — including underwear — without exposing themselves. It features a long skirt that covers the legs entirely, along with pockets that make it possible to adjust clothes underneath while the dress remains in place. The top half of the dress uses a drawstring to pull the body into place underneath tops and bras, allowing users to cover their top while they take off clothes.
The system can be used in a wide variety of situations where changing in a private place isn't possible or desirable — for example, beachgoers who need to change from a bikini back into their typical clothes, or office workers who need to slip into a nighttime outfit, or runners and cyclists who need to get out of their exercise gear, or even models who need to switch outfits quickly.
Watch the video below to see how it works:
The Undress is currently seeking funding through Kickstarter, and it can be purchased from USD 69 until 2 November. Are there other practical fashion ideas that can help consumers in a pinch?