Sunglasses are popular accessories year round, as they are both functional and fabulous. Not only do they enable consumers to make fashion statements, they also can protect eyes from harmful UV rays. Solar Sunglasses carries 300 to 400 styles for women, men and children, including a line of biker glasses.
BANDI Wear offers a line of stylish belts and headbands with pockets that enable women to carry essentials hands-free. The brainchild of co-owners Beverly Perrea and Beth Koenig, BANDI Wear is available in the classic pocketed belt, which can hold a cell phone, cash, credit cards, driver’s license and keys, and a larger pocketed belt, sized to hold a passport and tablet cell phone. The firm also produces headbands, which can conceal a house key or small amount of cash. All products are manufactured in the USA.
Baby, it’s cold outside, but retailers can keep sales hot this winter and early spring by offering affordable, versatile accessories to entice customers. This season serves up a fun mix of classic and fashion forward accessories for retailers to maximize profits.
International Jewelry Designs Inc. (IJDI) is a premier supplier of high quality pendants, earrings, bracelets and rings. Known as Aaron Lee Designs by IJDI and coined “The Look of Real” because of the company’s commitment to quality, products are brass-based and plated with either a heavy rhodium or 18k gold, and 90 percent are handset with CZ stones.
GirlyGoGarter® is a sexy, lacey garter with pockets that adheres to the upper thigh. It has easy-access pockets on the outside of the garter, just within the lace, and lock-flap pockets on the inside of the item. Both types of pockets keep money, ID, lip gloss, mobile phone, keys, passport, and all a woman’s essentials, safe, secure and at her fingertips.
Vienna Victoria has introduced a jewelry line with a secret. Inside each fashionable and originally designed ring, bracelet and necklace is a compact mirror and lip color, making this everyday necessity portable and convenient for women. The makeup is made in the USA, and the jewelry is designed in New York.
Retailers and fashionistas of the world have a lot to be excited about for spring, as so many fabulous trends are upon us. There is something for everyone, and retailers do not have to wait to start incorporating these hot looks into their product lines. What follows are the top trends that were spotted on the runways for spring 2014, and how you can start selling them now.
Fashion accessories attract customers of all ages, men and women alike. They are the perfect products to display for impulse buys, and to increase profits in your retail store. The challenge is keeping up with trends that will sell, and to provide customers with a selection of interesting items that appeal to different age groups and fashion tastes.
People of all ages have been having fun with harmonicas for hundreds of years. The musical instrument’s popularity continues with the world’s smallest working harmonica on a necklace from Village Square. The product is a big hit in all kinds of gift and souvenir shops, especially in historic markets, and science and nautical museums. It comes individually bagged with free custom header cards, which can be customized on the front to share company name, event and/or logo, while the back offers simple song instructions.
Options abound this season for indie retailers to profit from fashion accessories. Whether you are looking for the trendiest hip-hop crosses and pendants, reflective or name drop bracelets, royal themed bags or wallet-like cell phone cases, there is something for everyone in today’s trending styles.