27 February 2007

Styles

Average sized women with larger busts often find it difficult to buy attractive clothes that fit then in all areas. One woman who faced that dilemma was Mandy Farrow, who was a petite size six, apart from across the bust - where she measured 36G. "Anything I bought made me feel chunky, awkward, or just plain odd-shaped." Eventually Mandy decided to establish her own label, Eris Apparel, to fill this gap in the market - a clothing line that would help bustier-figured women to feel confident, sexy and comfortable. At Eris Apparel, customers find a stylish collection of ready-to-wear clothes and no longer have to compromise on fit or style.
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