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Trendy etailer GoJane unveils strappy clothing line
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Nov '13
For a few seasons and counting, strappy clothing and accessories have been spotted on nearly every fashion runway. From understated strappy heels to cutout dresses with slim straps, this trend can be worn in a number of different ways for a sleek and modern look.

Online fashion retailer GoJane has created a collection of strappy clothing and accessories inspired by this edgy style, but for a fraction of the cost of more expensive designer brands. GoJane’s goal is to deliver trends like this one to average girls at a price that they can comfortably afford.

GoJane’s collection features sexy dresses, skirts and tops with geometric cutouts. Their strappy dresses include tight mini dresses, flared skater dresses and longer maxi skirts with eye-catching cutouts on the hips, back or neckline, with thick and thin straps holding them together.

GoJane’s bralettes and crop tops also feature wild, strappy details such as caged necklines and metal rings, often paired with a loose skirt or high-waisted shorts.

GoJane aims to keep their strappy clothing and accessories collection current and on-trend, while still keeping their prices low enough to accommodate budgets for young women of all ages.

“We recognize the desire to have all of the latest looks, but we also know that many women can’t afford to pay those designer prices. Our strappy dresses and shoes look just like the ones you see in fashion magazines, but they don’t have expensive price tags,” Devine said.

GoJane is an online retailer of fashion-forward apparel for progressive young women. The website offers all of the latest trends in clothing and accessories for a fraction of the cost of designer brands.

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