(PRWEB) October 14, 2004
Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 14, 2004 Â InVus Designs (pronounced: envious) is an online boutique specializing in original shirt designs with extremely expressive sayings, which lie across the front of the shirts. The Fall/Winter fashions make the ultimate bold statement this season. The long sleeve shirts are sure to keep you warm in the winter, but the unique sayings that grace the front will definitely keep you looking cool. The crystallized sparkle paint reflects the sayings day or night so that no saying goes unnoticed.
The long sleeve addition to the line keeps the InVus girl looking hot in the cooler months ahead, and is available in army green, which reflects ÂThe Total PackageÂ in a silver glitter. This statement fits any woman who knows what its like to be the total package and isnÂt afraid to say it! One could spice this shirt up with your favorite pair of jeans and cool belt to entice the InVus beholders.
The tan long sleeve shirt that reads, ÂTaken For GrantedÂ has been ranked as one of the hottest sayings. At one point or another most women have felt like this for many reasons and this is the shirt that says I have been down but not out. This saying is reflected in a black glitter to allow for the optimum contrast.
The three quarter length black and white baseball shirt is graced with the saying, ÂNever SettleÂ. How many times has one felt as though they settled in their choices of career, education, relationships, and possible marriage proposals? This ultimate bold statement can be dressed up or down with a sassy skirt and or sexy stilettos.
Orders can be easily processed online and are available by ground or second day shipping. For more information on InVus Designs please contact the PR division at 703-963-3161 or visit the user-friendly website at http://www.invusdesigns.com.
InVus Designs recently stopped by Washington DC101Âs Elliot in the Morning radio show to talk about the fall line. InVus Designs will also be featured on Life and Leisure Television with Hunter Tylo in the spring of 2005.
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