Taking it a step further ..
How about AutoDresser/grid based ordering?
AutoDressers on Green will see existing inventory for the stores on green and gold. If mixers can get them (I say no), they only show existing inventory on red and maybe gold. A purchase is made, chyen is slotted or better yet, a CredChip is used and the customer can wait for delivery.
Service mixer jobs for couriers (including drivers and pilots) could be created. 1-2 per store or maybe a new delivery company to deliver the package to the purchaser.? (Golden Parachute Express - Jumping off buildings to ensure the fastest possible delivery! Why? Couriers paragliding to deliveries would rock.) Maybe even have a few corpie managers to keep an eye on those thieving mixers, handle customer service issues, PR (maybe it's the corpie equivalent to someone in present day being assigned to a job in some cold, isolated, remote corner of the world?)
A courier is notified that they have been assigned a delivery, picks up the delivery and delivery location/instructions and then makes the delivery, or not.
The purchaser slots the package into the AutoDresser and voila! The purchased item is now available to be worn.
Delivery failure consequences could be the same or similar to existing crate delivery failures and no "item" in the delivery package is visible or at least is unable to be stolen. This avoids the theft of say, thousands or even tens of thousands of chen worth of clothing, which would be much more appealing than getting an expected delivery tip.
Or maybe items can be stolen, earning the courier the wrath of the store/delivery company, -and- the purchaser! (Gridmail arrives when packages is picked up by courier - Joe Baka sic:Jbak, prog:555-1234) will be delivering your DiamondWeave cocktail dress, if you do not receive your delivery within 24 hours, please contact customer service ...)
This would Make tech a bit more ubiquitous and integrated into daily life, at least for some, stimulates the economy, moves money between players, creates jobs, creates potential points of conflict and seems like something that would exist.
The bonus is, to my eye at least, it seems like there are enough existing systems in place so that hopefully, coding requirements are minimal and centralizing the deliveries into a new (or even existing) delivery company should minimize descriptive work as well.