Clothing is a seasonal business, and with the oncoming of spring, people love to get new wardrobe pieces
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) February 18, 2009
Shabby Apple, an online dress boutique, launched a stylish, affordable new line incorporating this season's hottest trends. With pleated necklines and bright bold colors, the spring 2009 dress collection provides fashionable staples for any wardrobe.
"Clothing is a seasonal business, and with the oncoming of spring, people love to get new wardrobe pieces," Emily McCormick, owner of Shabby Apple said. "Given the economic situation, women are limiting their seasonal clothing purchases. For that reason, we focused on making this line the peak of fashion and still affordable."
Shabby Apple offers women hip, affordable dresses, while staying loyal to their aphorism that a dress should be a one-piece outfit, no need to add anything - no tank tops, cardigans or slips necessary. The dresses are perfect for women of all ages, and can be worn during a day in the park or a night on the town.
Shabby Apple dresses are easy to maintain (the bulk are machine washable), and perfect for packing. The spring line features a variety of colors, from turquoise to raspberry, and fabrics from cottons to charmeuse.
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 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.