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The Undress: Changing Clothes in Public

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Scenario: you’ve just spent an amazing day at the beach. You’ve rinsed the sand off your swimsuit one last time and now you’re ready to hop in the car for the long drive home. You’ve got three options. 1) Throw a t-shirt and shorts on over your swimsuit and put a towel down to keep the seat dry, 2) Try desperately to find a public bathroom clean enough to change clothing in, or, 3) Huddle in the floorboard of your car trying desperately to change clothing before someone sees you.

Yep, we’ve all been there. Maybe you weren’t in a wet swimsuit, but trying to change out of your workout clothes after a quick run during your lunch break. Or headed from a yoga class straight to a party with no time to run home and change. What’s a girl to do??

She’s going to change clothes in public, that’s what she’s going to do. (Hang on, I’ll explain.)

World, I’d like to introduce you to The Undress.

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Cute dress, right? Well, this isn’t just any dress, it’s a mobile changing room!

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Check out this video to see how it works (you can skip ahead to about 1:30 if you want to get right to the dress in action):


Isn’t this genius?? And not only is this dress incredibly well made, it’s reversible, turns into its own carrying bag, and comes in several colors! Fair warning, if you want a $20 maxi dress (that’s just a dress), head to Old Navy. But if you want a quality dress that will really last you PLUS basically save you from countless embarrassing encounters, this is quite the bargain!

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Deep Red and Charcoal, $75


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