PORTLAND, Ore. -- Welcome to the worldwide headquarters of Qcut, well actually it's just Crystal Beasley's apartment.
Her new business doesn't have a fancy store or office yet, so she makes use of the space she does has. She even uses the window as a would-be white board.
Her big idea? Make a pair of jeans that will fit women perfectly.
"It will fit you better than anything you could get from a store," Beasley said.
Beasley says most clothing companies only offer a few different styles across a narrow range of sizes, adding up to about 20 options when you hit the fitting room.
"We have 400 different sizes -- we can accommodate all the shapes. How curvy you are or how tall you are is critical in making pants as flattering as it can be," Beasley said.
At 5 feet 2 inches, Beasley always had trouble finding a good pair of jeans and thought it was just because of her height.
"It wasn't until I talked to woman after woman that said the exact same sentence, 'I'm hard to fit,'" Beasley said.
So the former tech guru with Mozilla started doing some research and realized technology could be the answer.
She launched a Kickstarter campaign and has already exceeded her fundraising goal.
Here's how it works. You send in your measurements, fill out the questionnaire detailing the problems you've had with pants in the past, wait a few weeks and you have a pair of jeans at your front door.
It's not cheap, a single pair will run you up to $200, but Beasley promises you'll save money in the long-run.
"You don't need a whole drawer of jeans. Why do you have ten pairs of jeans that don't fit? How much does that cost you?" Beasley said.