If you take a look at the average American’s purse, hallway table, or front seat of their car, what’s the one thing they will all have in common? A pair of sunglasses.
The start of the New Year finds holiday sales a distant memory, as retailers turn their focus to 2014’s up-and-coming spring lines. Sunglasses, both classic and trendy, are a big part of that lineup, and can be a source of profits for just about any retailer.
By Kirk Bachelder As summer gears up, retailers must predict up and coming trends for fall 2013 to ensure high sales and repeat customers. Next season’s must-haves include retro midi-skirts and large overcoats for women, and cuffed pants and chunky boots for men. Fashionable this fall are women’s pantsuits with a jacket featuring a full-length […]
Independent retailers who stock a variety of sunglasses styles in both brilliant and neutral colors, as well as bold patterns, are sure to catch the eyes of consumers.
The new series of brass lighters from CTS Wholesale offers solid brass fabrication, as opposed to traditional steel, rendering the lighters non-corrosive.
Modern day sunglasses are in vogue as a fashion accessory, bought for their designs, colors and shapes, rather than for necessity.
CTS has become so confident in its wholesale sunglass operation that it has ventured into supplying other merchandise such as hats and oil lighters.