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Hey Loves,

I grew months ago I ordered the infamous ZOZO suit.  I left it sitting because I hoped I'd lose some weight.  Well, guess what I didn't.  Who looses weight over the holidays? Who was I kidding?

Well, I was about to start my first project of 2019.  I thought to myself, "Wait wait wait! Get in that suit and get your measurements." I did it and I'm glad I did.  Do I look amazing? Heck no!  But, I love the technology behind this.

Set up wasn't a walk in the park.  There's a tutorial that walls you through the pepper way to wear the suit and stand. It took 5 different table heights in 2 different rooms to get it to work. It told me the lighting was bad or too good and I was too close or too far away. Once I was in the perfect position, it worked like a charm. Turn around in a circle and it takes all the measurements.

I was impressed by the results. The measurements are very similar (off by about .25" to .5") to those I've taken recently, but way more detailed. Neck, ankle, wrists, thigh, chest, bust, shoulder... you name it. All the measurements are right there. The thing I love most is the 3D model of me.  It puts things in perspective and honestly let's me know all of my problem areas.

Here's a tip: PULL.  Pull your pants up to prevent any slack in the crotch and pants leg or around the ankles.

Now, I have full body measurements that I can use to create great clothes that fit ME!

I love this!

Order yours.  It only costs shipping.  You won't regret it!  I plan to retake my measurements in a grew months.  Let's keep our fingers crossed for more flattering results.

Until next time, SMOOCHES!



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