As people would know when they take an interest in fashion, there are tons of issues when it comes to fashion. One of the common issues with fashion is that there is a limit in size. This is especially the case with fast fashion on Pando.com. Men have it especially difficult in the realm of fashion when it comes to size. If they are not of average size, then they are not going to be able to find the type of clothes that they want. They are stuck with basic looking clothes which is tough for people who have taken an interest in fashion but just happen to be very big and tall.
Women also have this issue when it comes to clothing at http://www.zimbio.com/photos/Adam+Goldenberg/Don+Ressler/JustFab+com+Debuts+Los+Angeles+Flagship+Store/VTdKv_H2Vpy. It seems that for most people, the main challenge to finding good clothes is in getting the right size. The only people that may not have much of a problem with the sizing are people who may be a little on the smaller side. This is where the TechStyle company comes in. Don Ressler and the other people involved with TechStyle understand the challenges that come with finding the right size. This is especially the case for new and unique items that are hard to find.
One of the problems with fast fashion is that not only do they not have clothing for larger people, they tend to have clothes that are smaller than average for a lot of the items that they sell. Often times, people have to buy a size up so that they will be able to enjoy the clothes that they buy. Don Ressler makes sure that the issue is taking with not only a more reasonable sizing guide but also some clothes for the larger people.
One thing that both men and women are going to be able to look forward to is more variety. More men are going to be able to enjoy variety in larger sizes. Fabletics and other brands are going to do away with the frustration of trying to find clothes. Don Ressler himself has looked at the clothing stores so he understands the frustrations. He is working on fixing the industry and moving it forward to something more varied. Read more on eyepain.org.