Their About Us page says –
“Of all of the complaints that men and women have about buying lingerie, the embarrassment of having to go into a store and buy sexy undergarments that would otherwise be kept private is the number one complaint. At shopimagine.in you can buy babydolls, teddies, camisoles, corsets, bustiers, clubwear, sexy bras and panties in the comfort of your own home at any time of day or night.”
I can understand men having to deal with this embarrassment, but it is rather surprising that women (apparently) feel the same way.
Also, the models used seemed to be all non-Indians and I’m now really curious:
- Was this intentional? Or was it more of convenience, as in, using the catalogs of the companies that these guys source from rather than having to organize an exclusive photo-shoot in India with local models?
- Does it make a difference to the target audience (both men and women)? Does it influence their purchasing behaviour at all (either ways)?
- And, is there an “aspirational” aspect to this at all (like the “Fair & Lovely” phenomena)?