Inspire purchases by finally enabling your online visitors to interact with your items.

Increase of turnover: The time a consumer spends on your platform increases with an average of 35%.

Besides that, your visitors will shop with more confidence as they’re well informed regarding sizing.

Decrease of returns: The main reason for a return is that the garment does not fit the customer properly. As a result, the market average return rate is 30%. By using the Vifiro virtual fitting room, the number of returns decreases to 1% to 12% on average. This percentage depends on the chosen configuration of the virtual fitting room in the webshop.

Adjust sizing and its distribution based on customer data: In our back-end dashboard, useful tools have been implemented that allow you to get to know your customers better than ever. The most important improvement is that you get a detailed insight into the biometric data of your customer base.

Reduce CO2 emissions: By using the Vifiro virtual fitting room on your e-commerce platform, the number of returns decreases drastically. This leads to a significant reduction in CO2 emissions. Read more about what reducing returns contributes to sustainability here.

Advertising: Satisfied consumers automatically become brand ambassadors, as the clothes they virtually try on and order are averagely shared with followers on three to four social media platforms.

Before you order your clothing, you already know that it fits you and how the colors and styling match.

Try-on and match items in a matter of seconds.

Share your outfits with your friends and receive free fashion advice.

Vifiro also works towards a greener tomorrow

At the heart of Vifiro’s mission is making the world a greener place, let’s make the world greener together!
Research has shown that the delivery of an order results in the emission of 0.9 kgs of CO2. A return shipment emits 0.75 kgs of CO2. The return shipment therefore causes a total emission of 1.65 kgs of CO2. However, we assume that the recipient is at home at the time of the first delivery. If this is not the case, returning the product can lead to a total emission of 2.55 kgs of CO2.
(Source: Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Eurostad, McKinsey)

To make these numbers a little more tangible:
The production of a kilogram of paper has an average emission of 500 grams of CO2. One kilo of paper is equal to 200 sheets of A4 paper, assuming that one sheet weighs 5 grams. If the recipient is at home for the first delivery and returns the product, his or her footprint is equal to the emissions from the manufacturing of 330 sheets of paper. If the recipient is not at home for the first delivery but is at home for the second, the carbon emissions realised are equivalent to the production of 510 sheets of paper.

These figures are confronting, especially when we realise that the emissions of a return shipment is unnecessary when clothing can be tried on and visualised online, because clothes that don’t fit or match expectations are the main reasons for returns.

Do you also want to contribute to a greener tomorrow?
Then use the Vifiro virtual fitting room!