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Lane Bryant debuts spring looks for plus-size women
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Feb '08
Lane Bryant, the nation's leading women's plus-size specialty apparel retailer, debuts its spring 2008 collection featuring tunic tops and Baby dolls, as well as dresses inspired by spring's coolest fabrics and details! Inspired by runway looks showing crochet trims, border prints, square necklines and embellishment, Lane Bryant takes styles from the runway and translates them into perfect fitting garments for plus-size women.

Lane Bryant is the industry expert in plus-size fit and fashion offering fashion right product suited for every lifestyle need.

"We understand that our customer wants easy outfits, timeless fashion, great quality and fit," said Nora Gomez, VP of Product Development for Lane Bryant.

"Lane Bryant recognizes that she wants apparel choices that are fashionable, age appropriate and that fit real women. Lane Bryant has a history of celebrating plus as beautiful and glamorous."

Popular trends to be on top of this season include Linen separates that can be mixed and matched, suiting separates and great easy jackets, dresses, embellishment of stones, sequins and beading, embroidered sheer blouses, t-shirt dresses, square-neck Baby dolls with hardware embellishments, and distinctive geometric and floral mixed prints.

Try combining a sheer-inspired top with white or neutral Capri pants for an effortless day look, or throw on a pair of dark jeans with Right Fit technology to transform your look for an evening out. Jeans with Right Fit technology are designed to hug curves and flatter body types of all shapes and sizes.

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