Thirdlove Try Before You Buy!

The brand now services an estimated 87 percent of women. Personally, I've been assessed by multiple professional bra fitters, and been told, yup, I was wearing the wrong size (32C), and that my true, more atypical one (30D) was only available in high-priced luxury brands—conveniently sold in their shops and never at my beloved Marshall's.
Another up-and-coming player in the lingerie space, Adore Me, is planning to open hundreds of stores in the U.S. over the next few years, aiming at Victoria's Secret's real estate — its more than 1,100 shops in North America, many within suburban shopping malls.



After employing Dynamic Yield's technology, the team at ThirdLove was able to deliver individualized experiences that activated and engaged new visitors at the top of the funnel, refining its efforts through continued testing and optimization to maximize effectiveness.
The pop-up offers personalized bra fittings from "fit stylists" who introduce consumers to styles and help them navigate ThirdLove's Fit Finder, a short questionnaire that uses a proprietary algorithm to determine the best fit from among 78 total sizes.

Its director of product growth, Desirae Oppong, said while ThirdLove's products speak volumes about the company's understanding of customers' needs, for many women who have been disappointed buying bras in the past, a higher degree of personalisation was needed to gain their trust.
Typically, bras come in band sizes from about 32 to 40, and cups from A to E. ThirdLove makes band sizes ranging from 30 to 48 and A to I, with some half-cup sizes (from A½ to E½) interspersed among band sizes 30 to 40. From a manufacturing standpoint, the offerings make sense: Band size and cup size is inversely proportional, so a 34B would have the same cups as a 32C and a 36A.

None of us really agreed with it from the beginning.” Plus, the company had just come out with another campaign celebrating women's individuality with the slogan To each, her own.” It was like ‘what if a woman wants to be in the show or watch it, why are we telling them what to do?'” a source we'll call Kate said.
When they arrived, they were surprised to find Heidi Zak's husband and co-CEO, David Spector, highly involved in their day-to-day work, with a management style described as condescending” and bullying.” This about-face was compounded by company norms — don't negotiate your salary, don't leave before 6 pm, don't work from home, don't skip a happy hour — that felt out of sync with the brand's external image.

After taking the measurements of millions of women, the company introduced the industry's first half-cup sizing and developed an algorithm using the data collected to match each woman with the right size for them. In the better quality bras, this fit will be consistent enough that you can order a bra in a new style and chances are high it will fit.
The brand's commitment to diversity — offering half-cup bra sizing and promoting body positivity in their advertising — has helped them dethrone the once dominant Victoria's Secret. We're their first love.” This comment was widely—and fairly—interpreted as a jab at Heidi Zak, which, as Vogue added in an aside in their interview, has gotten an investment from a former Victoria's Secret CEO.

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