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Activewear brand Muscle Flex starts e-commerce site
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Jun '15
Apparel marketer Bravada International said its women’s activewear brand; Muscle Flex has launched its new online superstore, muscleflex.com.

Muscle Flex specialises in affordable women’s activewear and sports fashion as well as high performance activewear for women who demand the very best in durability and performance.

“Muscleflex.com has one of the largest collections of women’s activewear and sport fashion in hundreds of styles, colors and fabrics,” a Bravada press release said.

The Muscle Flex collection includes a wide range of women’s workout clothing, sexy gym clothes, women’s yoga clothing as well as sport fashion pieces design for women that lead active lifestyles.

“The Muscle Flex Activewear collection is a mix of high quality women’s sport fashion to allow women to spend less and add activewear with the same quality construction and fit as major brands,” it added.

“MuscleFlex.com will continue to add new high quality and affordable women’s activewear and sport fashion pieces to its online collection over the summer months,” the apparel marketer informed.

Bravada International specialises in women’s activewear and women’s fashion and owns and operates various brands and online fashion portals.

Its fashion portals include muscleflex.com, worldofleggings.com, onlyleggings.com, legstravaganza.com and vivavuva.com. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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