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Oh My Gauze introduces women's premier clothing line
Jan '13
Oh My Gauze!, a leading producer of cotton gauze fabric clothing in the United States, has introduced its latest line of women's clothing to coincide with the start of the new year. The new collection boasts an impressive pallet of colors, unique handcrafted items and one-of-a-kind artisan jewelry.

The 2013 line of Oh My Gauze! Clothing will feature never before seen styles and patterns, complemented by a vast addition of colors to accent these new flairs. Customers will be intoxicated by new hues including Burgundy, Denim, Khaki, Lime, Old Rose and Turquoise, which will act to enhance the already alluring style of Oh My Gauze! Attire.

"We're very excited to bring a whole new realm of color to the 2013 line of OMG!," said Joy Mooney, owner of Oh My Gauze!. "By living up to our time-tested style and adding a dash of new excitement, we've created a new clothing line that's sure to entice anyone looking for the perfect mesh of fashion and comfort."

All Oh My Gauze! Clothing is pre-shrunk and completely washable, with no ironing necessary. Due to the unique cotton gauze composition of the clothing, each piece of attire is breathable, yet durable to bring about an all-encompassing sense of satisfaction. Plus, with a large selection of blouses, pants, vests, skirts and dresses, the brand caters widely to all styles and sizes, making it the ultimate in casual and comfortable fashion.

"Fashion should be visually appealing, as well as comfortable," said Joy. "Oh My Gauze! was created to embrace this marriage between the two and since our launch in 1989, it's been the driving idea behind all of our clothing. With our new colors and styles, we're simply expanding on our original mission to create even more options for those who enjoy both looking and feeling great."

For more than 25 years Oh My Gauze! has catered to fashion enthusiasts looking for a more comfortable, alluring sense of attire. The company has remained modest in its roots, despite achieving explosive growth with store locations in Sarasota, as well as Naples and Lake Geneva, WI. Oh My Gauze! is family owned and operated, with a large, dedicated customer following all around the United States.

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