Fashion Accessories Tech Tech Yeah! Having a Clueless Wardrobe Is Now a Reality Thanks to This Digital Fitting Room By Kelsey Glein Kelsey Glein Twitter Kelsey Glein is a Seattle-based writer and editor who covers all things fashion, beauty, and pop culture. She was previously the Digital Editor of InStyle and is currently a Social Media Manager at a cosmetics company. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on July 2, 2014 @ 01:45PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Paramount/courtesy Everett Collection It's been nearly 20 years since Cher Horowitz put together that famous yellow plaid outfit with her computer-generated revolving closet in Clueless. The concept was years before its time, but now online technology company Metail has taken the idea and created a digital fitting room where women can try on clothes before buying them online. Although it won't organize your closet at home, the virtual shopping environment is almost identical to the program in Horowitz's Beverly Hills mansion. The site allows users to create their own 3D model by entering their height, weight, bra size, hairstyle, skin tone, and more. Courtesy Photo Once your model is built, you can dress it in various looks from online stores prior to making a purchase. The ensembles you create can be shared on social media or sent to friends via email, where they can comment on the outfits. For now, clothing selections are only available from a handful of stores, but the site plans to add more in the future. For those looking to satisfy their teenage desires, you can even create your own Cher and clothe her in her most iconic looks. This digital dream launches today! Check it out now on metail.com. Want more? Check out Cher's best looks from Clueless in our gallery!