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Body Bark to add three new silhouettes to its premier line
21
Apr '09
Body Bark, the latest must-have in women's clothing, announced three new silhouettes to its premier line of women's foundation pieces: crew neck, tank top and camisole.

The secret to Body Bark's luxurious feel is its natural-fiber fabric derived from beech wood. Made by Lenzing Fibers AG, the MicroModal fiber used in Body Bark products is natural, sustainable, ensures quality and retains its brilliant color and softness through countless wearings and washings.

Body Bark shirts offer women a beautiful, comfortable, and quality undershirt to wear with their clothes allowing for an invisible neckline. Body Bark luxury shirts protect you from your clothes and your clothes from you! Body Bark can be worn alone, layered or invisibly, allowing women to wear their sweaters, jacket and other clothes comfortably without having to dry clean or wash them as frequently.

“The reception Body Bark has received across the country this past year is overwhelming,” said Body Bark founder Catherine Poirier. ”Once a woman wears Body Bark she wants more and she wants to wear one everyday. We added the crew neck, camisole and tank to round out our signature line to meet women's desire to wear Body Bark Everyday, EveryWear. We will continue to grow the Body Bark line to offer women additional options.”

Body Bark is pleased to announce the most recent addition of stores carrying the luxurious line of shirts:
• Colorado – Molly's of Denver, Brush Creek Dry Goods (Edwards), The Gallerie (Aspen)
• Missouri – Vie, Susan Lynn's (St. Louis)
• New York City – La Petite Coquette
• New Mexico – Body of Santa Fe
• North Carolina – Frock (Ashville)
• Texas – Caruggi's, Harold's in the Heights (Houston), Capra & Cavelli (Austin)

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