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TLé Designs announces rebranding to Petite Nation
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Jun '11
TLé Designs, a fashion-forward petite women's clothing line, announced, effective immediately, its brand name has been changed to Petite Nation. “Many petite women want clothes that are fresh, contemporary, hip, and sexy. The brand, Petite Nation, reflects this,” says company founder, Teresa Le. “I hope every petite will stand tall and join the petite revolution!”

Petite Nation's rebranding efforts reinforce the company's commitment of creating value and providing fashion-focused and runway styles to modern petite women. “Petite Nation creates value for petites by minimizing the customer's cost for alterations,” says Le. “Petite women can pay on average $50 to $100 for alterations on styles from contemporary designers just so the clothes can fit their size.”

Petite Nation's essence differs from other petite lines because they pick up where most contemporary lines drop off by taking the contemporary styles to the petite level. The brand will continue to combine light and flowing fabrics with fluid and form-fitting silhouettes to accentuate the petite figure.

According to the Department of Commerce, 43% of American women are petite (5'4” and shorter). However, the current fashion choices available for petites are usually boring, frumpy, and out-dated. Petite Nation's goal is to continue making stylish, contemporary petite clothes available to the petite fashionista who lives life large!

Petite Nation is a fashion-forward designer line of dresses, top, and skirts exclusively for petites. Founded in 2007, Petite Nation's predecessor, TLé Designs, has been on the forefront of providing fashion-focused and hip petite clothes with a large press following in the petite fashion community.

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