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Gumball Machine Dress Lets You Walk And Dispense Gum at the Same Time

by Hazel Chua
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I’m a sucker for anything that’s interactive, from books and posters to shoes and dresses. By “interactive,” I mean it adds an extra dimension or comes incorporated with a certain element based on the inspiration behind its design.¬†Take this gumball machine dress, for example.

Bubblegum machine dressCurrently available from Coyote Peyote’s shop on Etsy, the dress¬†features neon gumball beads all over the bottom, while a number of them are sewn into a clear plastic material near the middle of the dress.

Bubblegum machine dress

It’s a fun dress, although I don’t think I’m daring enough to wear it out myself. What would make it even cooler than it is right now is if the gumball machine could actually dispense real gumballs somehow to anyone who wants one (well, anyone you know.) Now wouldn’t that be something?

The Bubblegum Machine Dress is available in sizes XS to XL for $135(USD).

[via Gadgets Matrix]

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