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DressFirst to launch new bridesmaid dress collection
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Apr '13
DressFirst, a well-know brand for wedding dresses and special-occasion dresses, will release its new collection of bridesmaid dresses next Friday.

The new bridesmaid dresses mainly include strapless, sweetheart, one-shoulder, and V-neck bridesmaid dresses. All of them have these several characteristics: rich choices, fine tailoring, and meticulous production. DressFirst.com is ready to help customers to grab the spotlight with its trendy dresses in few seconds.

Mary Xu, CEO of DressFirst.com, said, “We will offer big discounts for customers. The new bridesmaid dresses can reach an extra 50% off. We believe that they will be a stimulator of sales in the next few months.”

Together with premium quality beautiful dresses, what sets DressFirst.com apart is their quick and reliable delivery service, amiable customer service and the secure purchase process. The payment process is safe so that the process can be completed conveniently without any hassle.

In addition, all the staff from DressFirst.com has much working experience in the fashion industry, and they have the ability to encounter the panic buying wave, and they promise to provide good customer care for each client.

About DressFirst.com

DressFirst.com focuses on wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses, cocktail dresses, and prom dresses. The reason to choose DressFirst.com is very simple: DressFirst.com offers high quality products at affordable prices, and their customer service is a top priority.

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