A friend of mine, a blogger with the blog Eat Your Brains, is a big fan of Walmart’s new clothing rack.
She says the store has changed her wardrobe so much that she can no longer find a dress she likes, or a dress that’s flattering.
She also loves the new clothes dyeing system, which gives her the ability to dye her own clothes at home.
The system uses a process called Dye-on-demand, which involves a chemical that reacts with the fabric and creates a dye that can be added to any item.
So, for example, if you’ve got a dress in your closet that’s going to be dyed with Dye on Demand, it could be done in your kitchen.
But Walmart’s Dye On Demand system, in contrast, requires a full-time employee to do it, says Jennifer Dyer, a senior editor at the consumer news website The Consumerist.
If a store doesn’t have a DyeOnDemand system, it can also charge a fee for a process that’s only a couple of hours.
If you’re going to dye your own clothes, you’re not going to get the same quality or fit.
And, of course, it’s not going be a very flattering dye that’s on sale.
The dyeing process can also take up to four weeks, and many retailers don’t have an exact time frame, according to The Consumerism.
So if you’re looking for clothes that are a little more flattering, the process is definitely worth it, she says.