Why All Women Crave Attention

Men have been trying to tell us this for years. Women have denied it for years. Women love attention! They crave it, need it, and feed off it. Is there any wonder as to why they crave it?

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Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 26, 2005

Men have been trying to tell us this for years. Women have denied it for years. Some women will admit to it, while the others are still in denial. Women love attention! They crave it, need it, and feed off it. Is there any wonder as to why they crave it? Did they lack a father figure as a child? Is it their natural animal instinct, to charm the opposite sex or to fend off the others? Many will argue women love attention just for the sake of getting attention. Did Daddy raise the bar too high for her future companions? Or did Daddy’s little girl get the message confused?

Instead of denying the obvious, Adrienne Ford, a clothing line catering to curvaceous women, is welcoming the idea. Adrienne Ford's 2005 Flavor collection features delicious tees with flavors such as Honey, Chocolate, Caramel, Strawberry, and Cherry. Flavor tees give a woman the look of eye candy. Being delicious and desirable is the appeal that ALL WOMEN WANT! "Many women have enjoyed our tasty clothing. You're destined to grab someone's attention," says Erin Relford, owner of Adrienne Ford. With the attention getter in mind, Adrienne Ford is encouraging all women, Don't Crave Attention...Demand It!

Pose this question to your readers and see the response you get. Give them an opportunity to express their opinion on the age old question, Why do women crave attention? Erin Relford is available for interview by phone or in person. To request a media kit or schedule an interview, call Erin at 501-256-9011 or email at Erin@AdrienneFord.com. We can also provide your readers with a free copy of The Curvy Diva, a 12-page shopping guide for curvaceous figures.

About The Company

Erin Relford is chief executive officer and creative director of Adrienne Ford, a clothing design company for women with curves. Adrienne Ford serves the apparel retailing industry, seeking out young adult, professional women between the ages of 18-30, with size 8 to 20 curvaceous figures. Erin is a former semi-finalist for CBS's "The Cut", a reality series hosted by Tommy Hilfiger looking for the next great American fashion designer. Adrienne Ford appeals to the experimental, not-afraid to be seen, independent woman.

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