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BellaNOR targets full-figured fashionistas

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Dec '11
BellaNOR Boutique makes style and sophistication affordable for women size 14 to 24. The store features contemporary clothing and accessories specifically designed for full-figured women. With chandeliers and walls painted in soothing blue and gray tones, BellaNOR Boutique provides a tranquil atmosphere for a shopping experience unlike any other.

While the average American woman's dress size is reportedly a size 14, many retailers remain hesitate to carry apparel above a size 12. As a result, women size 14 and above experience difficulty, and ultimately frustration, when shopping for quality clothing that is both stylish and figure-flattering. BellaNOR Boutique fills this void by offering apparel such as this, as well as accessories for women size 14 to 24. Customers can discover chic and distinctive looks specifically designed with their body in mind.

BellaNOR Boutique is a perfect addition to Mt. Airy, a vibrant neighborhood recognized for its diversity and creativity.

BellaNOR Boutique LLC is a Pennsylvania-based company that sells stylish, quality clothing and accessories for women size 14 to 24.

BellaNOR Boutique LLC


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