(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). “Comfort and quality are the most important targets for the production of bras,” declared Tatyana Ponomareva, owner the Valens Lingerie distributorship. “Either one of these concepts without the other is meaningless.”
“We work hard with the manufactures that we wholesale to select the most comfortable bra for everyday wear. CORIN’s priority has always been focused on comfort,” she emphasized, describing the Polish brand that is one of her key labels.
Price, of course, is another deciding factor. “Valens Lingerie constantly seeks the best price to quality ratio. The phrase ‘I am not so rich that I would be buying cheap items’ has never been more apt. Today, more than ever, expensive does not always mean that it is of good quality. Functionality and sensation of well-being are also important to our selection of bras.”
Ponomareva continued, “We select bras from the manufactures that deliver beautiful and elegant products, with a focus on fit and comfort. Good quality underwear will always transport attractiveness and a sense of individuality. Even if foundations cannot be seen, women feel confident and prepared for any turn of life with CORIN’s Virginia, the “perfect” bra.”
For retailers, the distributor pointed out, working with brands that are not sold online matters more today than ever before. “During the last twelve months ten percent of privately-owned lingerie stores have closed, driven out of business by “sold online.” Multiple times weekly clients return to our brick and mortar, Bra Spectrum, and purchase additional CORIN Virginia “perfect” bras and declare, “Do you know that you cannot buy CORIN on the internet?”
CORIN will be at Curve New York, booth 547, August 4, 5, 6. “Come meet with the “bra expert” of Bryn Mawr Pennsylvania, Tatyana Ponomareva. Founder/owner of 100% woman owned Valens Lingerie.” Contact: email@example.com or (610) 400-8460.
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