In Japan, store lets customers wear clothes for a day before paying
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Buying new clothes online is always a hit and miss affair when it comes to sizing or fit, but even trying items on in a high street store sometimes isn't long enough either. To ensure customers' clothes are definitely right for them, Japan's Fast Retailing Co has opened a store with its GU Fitting service, which enables visitors to take clothes away for an entire day before returning to give them back or pay. The company, which is also behind the global UNIQLO brand, opened a new GU store in Tokyo's Shibuya ward last month. As part of a trial…
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