Dressing Room Lighting: Finding the Perfect Fit

It is a truth universally acknowledged that store dressing rooms are every woman’s worst nightmare. The number one complaint voiced by women and men everywhere is that the lighting is harsh, glaring and reminiscent of the dentist’s chair or perhaps a police interrogation room ("No, officer, I did not realize that pairing Converse with Versace was a crime against fashion").
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Dressing Room Lighting: Finding the Perfect Fit
Dressing Room Lighting: Finding the Perfect Fit
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