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Fashion Bug introduces Spring Fashion Line

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Feb '10
Fashion Bug is kicking off spring in style by introducing their new in-house design team headed by senior vice president of product design, Kady Dalrymple. With experience at some of the world's most recognized fashion brands, Fashion Bug's team of designers offers almost 190 years of combined fashion design expertise.

The new design team is busily revitalizing the fashion offerings at Fashion Bug! All apparel, shoes and accessories will feature on-trend looks designed for the way real women live. In direct response to customer size research and feedback, all looks will feature a new, more comfortable fit for women from size 6 to 30. The team is also focusing on updating basic styles and providing versatile wardrobe staples in trend-right colors. All looks, whether trend or basic, will come at the lowest possible prices to help you look great and spend less.

So what are some of the key pieces that your wardrobe can't be without this season? Kady suggests her boyfriend blazer. His closet might inspire this chic jacket but, with a feminine, curve-loving cut, it's designed just for her.

Skinny jeans are still hot for spring. And you don't have to be skinny to wear them! Pair them with one of this season's bright and fun floral tunic tops or a long cardigan to create a figure-flattering "long over lean" look. And don't forget the must-have accessory: layering necklaces. Pile them on for an instant, awe-inspiring outfit.

With a fresh, fashionable perspective, every member of Fashion Bug's new design team strives to inspire women with fabulous looks that make all sizes feel confident, empowered and pretty every time they shop. Find new Spring 2010 looks in stores now and more exciting designs from Fashion Bug throughout the year.

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