For the first four years of our shop’s existence, customers bombarded me with questions about whether we would start carrying bra-sized swim. “It’s so needed!” “The only places around here even with swim are Walmart and Target, and it will do SO well!” “If you guys do swim, it will sell out fast!” Admittedly, I was extremely excited about the prospect because the first year we opened, I ordered my own bra-sized bikini and was hooked. When I first moved to NC, I had lost 60 pounds and had no swim suit, and for those who are reading this from afar, NC is an amazingly beautiful state. There are beaches, lakes, rivers, and pools which are clean, serene, and perfect for a swim, and swimming is one of my favorite things to do. I wanted to experience everything the state had to offer in summer, and so I began the great bathing suit quest of 2010.
TweetHello Everyone, In yesterday’s post, we discussed some of the factors involved in how retailers choose which bras to buy, focusing mostly on past sales experience, quality, and price. Today, I want to continue the discussion with even more considerations
TweetHello Everyone, With the Curves Expo, aka one of the biggest lingerie trade shows in the US, officially completed, many retailers have returned home to plan their purchases for the next several months, and I thought this would be the