(Filed Under wholesale Dancewear News). Wholesale clubwear and dancewear producer BodyZone Apparel has added to its popular Mix & Match collection, adding trendy new styles and fabrics to meet customer demand.
BodyZone’s addition of lace garments capitalizes on the popularity of the fabric for both innerwear and outerwear styles for 2012 and 2013. The feminine fabric gets provocative in styles like BodyZone’s Lacey Apron Skirt, Style No. 1720LA; the cheeky Banded Lace Short, Style No. 1200LA; and the demure yet daring Off-the-Shoulder Chemise, Style No. 1821LA.
The clubwear company has also added a number of mesh styles to its lineup. BodyZone’s mesh garments are soft and durable, and their sheer look proves irresistible in designs like the short and flirty Mesh Bubble Skirt, Style No. 1722ME; the versatile Mesh Wrap, Style No. 1060ME; and the Ribbon Mesh Tie Shorts, Style No. 1207ME. Both the new lace and mesh designs are available in the collection’s five most popular colors: black, white, red, turquoise and neon pink.
The collection’s mainstay solid Lycra designs have also been improved by relocating the seams to the sides of the garments, ensuring a better look, feel and fit. Sexy new looks include the Scrunch Back Micro Shorts, Style No. 1202SL, and Scrunch Back Super Micro Shorts, Style No. 1244SL, as well as the eye-catching Scrunch Skirt, Style No. 1735 SL, and the Scrunch Halter Top, Style No. 1605SL. BodyZone’s Lycra designs are available in popular black, white, red, turquoise and neon pink as well as neon yellow, neon green, neon orange, purple and baby pink. Mix & Match collection items are available in One Size.
BodyZone’s dancewear and lingerie styles are manufactured in and ship from Phoenix, AZ., and typically wholesale for $6 to $24. BodyZone products are available through retailers across the United States, including Fascinations, Castle Megastore, Romantix, Déjà Vu Adult Emporium in Las Vegas and LingerieDiva.com, among others.
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