Here's an interesting new policy we'd love to see in the States: The Japanese clothing store GU recently announced that customers can try on up to three pieces of clothing and then leave the store to test-drive clothes out "in the wild," provided they return before the end of the day, according to Yahoo Shine. Though it may seem like sanctioned shoplifting, the policy actually makes a lot of sense — the brand, owned by retail chain Uniqlo, is trying to combat the phenomenon of shoppers buying something, taking it home, changing their minds, and returning the item.
Still sad that the OKC Thunder didn’t play for the NBA championship? Well, there’s nothing like a new pair of shoes to brighten your spirits and let you show off your favorite shade of blue while you wait for pro basketball season to kick off in five months or so.
In the last few hours of her senior year at Lexington, North Carolina’s Central Davidson High School, Violet Burkhart was sent home to change after the dress she was wearing was deemed too short, Yahoo News reports.