For Curvy Women in Search of Vintage Style Tees, Suzy Swede Announces Comfy Curves Collection
With the new Comfy Curves Collection, women sized 14-28 can now wear Suzy Swede's absurd humor and flea market finery
Weeping Water, Nebraska, June 1, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Thanks to the new Comfy Curves Collection at suzyswedetees.com, every woman can wear her well-earned snarky wisdom on a vintage-style T-shirt. “And by ‘vintage-style,’ we mean super soft,” Suzy says, “like your favorite tee ever.”
The online graphic tee retailer, which had previously only gone up to size 2XL in ladies styles, will now offer its absurd humor and flea market finery in women’s sizes 14-28. With more than 65% of American women wearing sizes 14 and up, Suzy wants to be sure the curvy gals feel included when buying threads to show off what they love.
The Comfy Curves Collection features new designs, as well as popular Suzy Swede© designs that have resonated with women across the country since 2015.
The Gone Junkin’ Collection has been a hit in the popular flea market scene. You’ve probably seen someone sporting the customer favorite “For the Love of Junk” tee at your last local vintage market. With the Mellow Vibes Collection, you can wear your attitude. Whether you’re feeling snarky, spunky, upbeat, or grumpy, it’s all about life’s truths. The Great Outdoors Collection features graphic tees perfect for your outdoor adventures, glamping getaways, and hiking expeditions.
All collections are available at www.suzyswedetees.com. Domestic shipping is a flat rate of $3, and all orders over $50 ship free.
The new T-shirt line will be a welcome addition to brick-and-mortar boutiques as well. To find out more about purchasing Suzy Swede© apparel wholesale, merchants can visit https://suzyswede.com/wholesale-registration-page/. Current collections are already sold in shops and boutiques across 25 states.
About Suzy Swede
Suzy Swede owner Suzanne Carlson started her online business as a part-time “for fun” gig on Etsy. Within 18 months, after sales in all 50 states and 14 countries, it turned into a full-time business, complete with its own “creative cabin studio” next to the family’s farmhouse in Weeping Water, Nebraska. She sold her local sign and screen printing business, built a new website, and went to work crafting custom vintage T-shirts for people all across the country.
Her mission is simple: to make people laugh and remind them not to take life too seriously. When folks read a shirt that says “Go Sit on a Cactus,” it cuts through the everyday tension with outspoken country charm and a little laughter. And that’s just what we need right now.
Source: Suzy Swede