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Fantasy Lingerie Range heating up Australia this winter
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A spokesperson from The Romance Shop stated “While times are definitely tough for retail we’ve seen a steady increase in sales, particularly in our Fantasy Lingerie range. It seems that during tough economic times, Australians are still focused on life’s pleasures and a bit of passion as they turn up the heat in the bedroom this winter.”

 2012 is shaping up to be one of the worst years on record for the retail industry in Australia. Economic uncertainty and low levels of consumer confidence have forced hundreds of retail outlets to close their doors.

“Fantasy Lingerie has always been a popular choice with our customers which is why we’ve recently expanded our product range. I think the use of sexy lingerie, costumes and outfits is a great way to add a little excitement to life and I’m sure the men of Australia are not complaining.”

“Role play appears to be very popular at the moment and I guess who can resist a sexy nurse. Our costume line has been in great demand so we are currently in the process of increasing our range of costume products with some fantastic new additions to be launched soon.”

“Our range of sexy outfits and costumes provide our customers with an opportunity to be whoever they want to be and leave the real world behind for a while.”

The Romance Shop is a fast growing online adult shop that caters exclusively to the female market in Australia and makes shopping for fantasy lingerie and sex toys romantic, sexy and fun.

 

The Romance Shop

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