Need a quick change of clothes after spending all night at someone’s place?
Maybe you’ve been trekking around in heels all day and want a more relaxing pair of kicks.
Either way, Hub resident Gina Moro has got you covered.
Moro’s startup business, “Automatic Apparel,” sells these items and more from a vending machine inside South Station and two other locations.
“Everything is under $15,” said Moro. “From basic electronics and cell phone chargers to fashionable apparel like T-shirts, socks and underwear.”
Moro said sales have been great so far, citing a demand for women’s flats and men’s T-shirts.
“We have to fill it every week. We go through things pretty fast.”
A recent Harvard Business School graduate, Moro came up with the concept for clothes-on-the-go as part of a project in one of her classes.
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