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Chickies accepts wild prints this fall
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Jun '09
Snap your way into Fall's hottest fashions with new styles from Chickies Cleavage Coverage by Juls and Meg. The "fake tank" that snaps around your bra straps has been solving wardrobe dilemmas since its launch in early 2008. Leopard print and lace are the hot new additions for Fall, helping add a little something extra to your dresses, tops and sweaters!

Since their introduction, Chickies have helped countless women find the perfect solution to low-cut, v-neck and wrap dresses, pregnancy tops and more, helping them cover up without adding the bulk of a full-length tank top.

Chickies were designed by San Antonio native Marla Mason Ross, a third generation boutique owner, who saw the need for a product that helps cover your bust line while still maintaining the look and integrity of your outfit. "Chickies have really taken off," says Ross. "Women want something that can help create a more modest line, but still look sexy, so we are incorporating fun new fabrics into the line to help keep up with demand and fashion forecasts."

Leopard print and black lace join the Chickies product line, which already includes solid black, white, ivory, chocolate, yellow, hot pink and white lace options. "We hope to keep expanding the Chickies brand," says Ross. "We are working with a multitude of different fabrics to stay relevant and offer fun new solutions for each season."

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