From sunglasses and swimsuits to eyeglasses, there are plenty of apparel and accessory pieces that can be ordered online and tested from the comfort of one's home—and Jordan Jack is looking to bring the convenience of this experience to wedding band shopping.
Online retailer Jordan Jack recently announced its direct-to-consumer Home Try On wedding band program, which allows consumers to select and try on up to five wedding band styles at a time at no cost. Those who opt to use this at-home try-on service have three days to make a decision, which provides plenty of time for consumers to make a thoughtful decision by taking the pressure out of the traditional in-store wedding band shopping experience.
As Jordan Jack co-founder Jordan Yoder puts it: "Other companies sell wedding rings online, but we're the first to focus on breaking down traditional sales barriers and reducing anxiety by completely removing the risk. I wouldn't wish a trip to a mall jewelry store on my worst enemy."