Thursday, January 1, 2009

Designer dresses: avoiding coordination failure

The Telegraph reports that "The anguish and embarrassment of arriving at an exclusive party only to find another woman wearing the same outfit could be banished forever thanks to a new website that allows partygoers to “register” their dresses before the event."

Apparently this is a serious problem, as the paper reports "The dress duplication problem has long caused anxiety among women. "

Here is the website at which you can register your dress and the event you intend to wear it to, or see if someone else has: http://dressregistry.com/ .

I'm planning to wear jeans to the office today, guys.

2 comments:

Eric said...

Wow this is crazy. Only a small group of people can afford these dresses anyway. Can't they just call their friends?

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I think coordination failure can lead to an underemployment equilibrium. Coordination failure also implies that fiscal policy can move the economy to a higher-output equilibrium