Onalaska, Washington (PRWEB) March 4, 2007
Everyone knows that little girls are made of sugar and spice and everything nice, including their clothing and clothing accessories. But finding unique boutique clothing for girls is difficult in times where fashions by Gymboree and The Children's Place, each posting annual sales over $1.2 billion, dominate the market. Mompreneur Nicci Orozco, by launching http://www.ZayliiNicole.com in 2006, offers an alternative to the mass-produced high-end fashion wardrobes with her handmade clothing and clothing accessories available online. Owner Orozco expands her company's visibility by hosting specialty parties in the greater Chehalis and Centralia area, bringing her product lines to potential customers. Moms can purchase unique clothing items for their little princesses in the comfort of their own homes.
Zaylii Nicole's is a new addition to the flourishing children's specialty apparel retail market in America. Market Research.com reports that American children influence an estimated $500 billion in total retail spending, and almost half of that is for clothing, clothing accessories, and shoes. The online market for children's specialty apparel exhibits consistent growth. According to the National Retail Federation, the most recent figures for online clothing sales amounted to $3.6 billion in 2003, up 40% from 2002. According to projections by Forrester Research, online sales of clothing and accessories will continue to increase by approximately 40% per year. Online sales in this sector are expected to grow more rapidly than in any other sector, outpacing even personal computers, books, and software.
"As all new mothers desire, I want to dress my daughter in distinctive, high-quality clothes that reflect her beauty," comments Orozco. "I could not find clothes other than mass-produced children's boutique clothing, so I decided to start my own boutique featuring handcrafted boutique dresses, sweaters, play sets, and hats for babies and young girls." Orozco will bring her clothes to specialty parties in the southwest Washington area so moms can see and feel for themselves. "Tryons are encouraged, too, during my parties," states Orozco. Mothers hosting the parties receive gifts and special discounts.
Nicci Orozco is owner and operator of ZayliiNicole.com, begun in 2006. Zaylii Nicole's offers handmade clothing and accessories for infants and young girls to age 10. They also offer clothing lines not available in southwest Washington. Contact Orozco to schedule a specialty party in your home. Visit them at http://www.ZayliiNicole.com or call 360.880.0603.
Nicci Orozco, Owner