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Bill Levkoff bridesmaids line to flatter you in spring
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Jan '10
Bill Levkoff has unveiled their new bridesmaids collection for spring 2010. The newest collection features elegant styles that are extremely wearable and designed to flatter women with all body types.

After reaching out directly to the consumer to see what women were looking for when choosing their bridesmaids' dresses, Bill Levkoff learned that women want to buy dresses that they can not only wear as an attendant in a wedding. “In today's economy, women want value along with style.” says Bill Levkoff's CEO's Brett Levkoff and Andrew Buchbinder. In response to the consumers' demand, Bill Levkoff worked to incorporate current ready-to-wear fashion trends directly into this collection. The company believes that women should be able and excited to wear their dresses to weddings as well as other special occasions.

The Spring 2010 collection showcases 23 styles that range from traditional to contemporary. The company has already received an overwhelmingly positive response from the line. These ultra-feminine dresses, which are featured in satins, chiffon and taffeta were all designed to make bridesmaids feel just as beautiful as the bride. Several colors were added this season as well. Bill Levkoff now offers 34 European Satin colors, 15 Diva Satin colors, 19 Chiffon colors and 23 Tissue Taffeta colors. A new fabric featured in this seasons' collection is Charmeuse. It is used as an accent fabric and is available in seven colors.

Bill Levkoff has been an industry leader in wedding and special occasion apparel since it was founded in 1946. The company continues to grow each year and solidify this position. Bill Levkoff can be followed on Twitter and Facebook.

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