My love affair for Comexim bras has been well documented and quite prolific. The narrow gores, the projected cups, the low underwires—all of it combined to create some of the best-fitting, most comfortable bras I have ever owned. Factor in the copious colors and prints available, and it’s easy to see why people all over the world are smitten with this Polish powerhouse. Many of our customers found the same success with them as I did, and our partnership continued to blossom, first with Anna Pardal and then with Comexim directly. I love and support Comexim, and I consider myself a brand advocate for how important both the bras and the alterations process can be for some clients. People who hated wearing bras or suffered constantly from comfort issues finally found a brand that worked for them, and I could not be happier to have played a small role in that success. However, Comexim and I have also had frequent problems too, and last year, I took a hiatus from accepting special orders while contemplating a plan for the future.
TweetHello Everyone, In a previous Retailer’s Perspective post, I wrote about the viability of special order programs for boutiques and focused on how customer pick-up times and behaviors influence store policy, but I neglected to discuss another important factor in
TweetHello Everyone, First, if you are not a fan of Comexim or their collaborative line, Anna Pardal, than you may want to gloss over this post and wait for the upcoming bra reviews I should have ready in the next