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Holidickeys adds new spring styles to its dickeys collars
Mar '12
Holidickeys, leading dickey collar global web retailer, announced a spring 2012 line is in stock and available for purchase online. All dickeys are made of high quality fabrics, are easy to maintain and come in one size fits most with plus size and petite collections planned for later in the year.

Upgrading an outfit for work, fun, travel or casual is as easy as adding Holidickeys no matter what your style or color preference. Fans of Holidickeys come from all over the world as this hot commodity wardrobe addition has been coined as an" instant slimmer." Holidickeys remove the layers in the layered look, the cost of the layers, the dry cleaning trips and free up more space in your suitcase. Hello dickeys from Holidickeys!

"Holidickeys is thrilled to revive the dickey as an instant style booster and time savings accessory," says Heather Coggins, President and Founder of Holidickeys. "We want our customers to look and feel their absolute best while getting the greatest value."

"Holidickeys have made traveling for work so much easier," says Scarlett Winns, Chief Marking Officer of a Global Telecommunications company. "I pack four suits for two weeks and bring eight Holidickeys and there is still room in my suitcase for a little shopping at the airport!"

"I recommended Holidickeys to our school principal for the students to wear instead of having to buy very expensive bulky shirts and the school accepted the recommendation," says Henrietta Remaerc, Chicago, IL stay at home mother of four. "The students are so pleased with their Holidickeys and the Moms are thankful for the cost savings."

"Holidickeys have made it easy and economical for us to coordinate our staff " says Jamie Reardon, New Orleans, LA bed and breakfast owner. "The staff can wear a Holidickey with their outfit without it looking like a sterile uniform."

Founded in 2011 by an Ivy League trained Engineer, Heather Coggins used her engineering knowledge in mechanics of materials to design a dickey that stays put.


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