As a mother, I know how frustrating it can be when you no longer fit in your pre-pregnancy clothes, but everything maternity is frumpy
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) January 11, 2009
Shabby Apple, an online dress boutique recently launched Mamma Apple; a new line of maternity dresses for moms-to-be who are looking for fashionable and affordable clothing. The dresses are made of jersey knits and stretch cotton poplins and stay in the $60-$70 price range.
"As a mother, I know how frustrating it can be when you no longer fit in your pre-pregnancy clothes, but everything maternity is frumpy," owner Emily McCormick said. "Mamma Apple gives women a hip alternative by providing affordable, easy-to-wear maternity dresses."
Mama Apple dresses are perfect for work and casual occasions. Because of the stretchy fabrics and loose skirts, the Mama Apple dresses work well as post-pregnancy dresses. The new maternity dresses are available for purchase online at the Shabby Apple website.
Shabby Apple is a women friendly site that is dedicated to giving a portion of the proceeds to help other working women throughout the world by extending micro-credit loans to mothers in less-wealthy countries.
About Shabby Apple:
Shabby Apple LLC is a dress company that offers figure-flattering, moderately-priced designer women's dresses. Shabby Apple is a return to what dresses were always meant to be -- a one-piece outfit with no need to add anything...no tank tops, no cardigans, nothing. The company teaches women how to accessorize in different ways to make the same dress appropriate for different occasions. Shabby Apple launches four lines of dresses a year and is a women-owned and women-operated, socially responsible company. Shabby Apple also owns Shabby Baby, a line of girls dresses for infants and girls from newborn size up to girl size 12. By partnering with Unitus, a leading non-profit organization in the microfinance industry, Shabby Apple donates time and money to help alleviate global poverty for millions of women and their families.