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Style Q&A
Blue Seven’s Jacob Peregrin

Oklahoman Modified: November 16, 2012 at 3:22 pm •  Published: November 16, 2012
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photo - Jacob Peregrin, buyer at Blue Seven, recently talked with Lacey Lett on how they make OKC a little more stylish. Photo by Steven Maupin
Jacob Peregrin, buyer at Blue Seven, recently talked with Lacey Lett on how they make OKC a little more stylish. Photo by Steven Maupin




Q. Has technology changed the way you search for clothing?



A. Technology makes it easier and harder at the same time. [It’s] easier because we can work with brands from a distance. This is great, but not the same as seeing and feeling a piece in person. Technology makes it harder because people can shop the same brands that we carry online from home.  This makes it harder to keep up with brands that have not already over-saturated the market. When it comes down to it, buying is always best done in person.





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