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Kids Formal expanding to Women's Dresses
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Oct '11
Kids Formal has been in the business of providing high-quality formal wear for children since 1988. Within the last 23 years, the family-owned company has established a prominent reputation as one of the area's leading providers of fine children's clothing. This reputation was earned by providing clothing of exceptional quality at very reasonable prices, as well as, outstanding customer service.

Given the success and rapid growth that Kids Formal has experienced over the past two decades, the owners have decided to expand once again. This time, Kids Formal is expanding to Women's Dresses. That's right, now customers can enjoy the same high-quality materials and low prices on a large variety of women's dresses just like they do on the children's formal wear at Kids Formal!

It doesn't matter if shoppers are looking for a dress to wear to a formal cocktail party or bridesmaids' dresses for an upcoming wedding - they'll find just what they need under the new “Women's Dresses” section at Kids Formal's website. As previously mentioned, the quality of materials is just as exceptional as those used to create the children's formal wear on the site…and the savings are just as outstanding too.

Customers will be also be delighted to find that the high standards for quality and customer service at Kids Formal have not changed since adding the new line of women's dresses. The professional staff at Kids Formal has always been a valuable asset to the company as these are the people that help customers make the right online selections.

Therefore, all customers have to do if they have any questions or concerns regarding one, or more, of the new dresses is pick up the phone and call to get the assistance they need. Customers can see the latest collection of flower girl dresses and boys suits online or at Kids Formal Store Locations.

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