It is almost time to get out the spring fashions, and this year Mode Moa offers a rainbow of bright colors in pants, skirts, shirts and dresses.
February 10, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —
Los Angeles, California—Mode Moa is gearing up for spring with a new line of women’s clothing wholesale in bright colors and the latest styles. A few of the newest offerings in wholesale clothing for women of all sizes includes:
–Multicolored chevron-print top. This snazzy top in colorful stripes is sure to bring anyone out of the winter blues.
–Printed and solid skinny pants. Skinny pants are all the rage, and Mode Moa carries almost every combination of color, print and pattern imaginable. Choose from bright or subdued solids or any number of lovely prints.
–Printed leggings. Whether customer tastes run to the eclectic or the classic, there is probably a printed legging to match. Printed with any number of patterns on various solid backgrounds, leggings are making a big splash in the spring fashion season.
–Printed and solid cropped pants. The only thing cuter than printed skinny pants is printed cropped pants. Choose from a wide variety of patterns.
–Solid knit shirts. The ultimate “throw-it-on” shirts are available at Mode Moa in a dazzling array of colors for spring.
–Solid and striped knit top. There is truly something for everyone with the range of colors in both solids and stripes available in Mode Moa’s spring collection.
For the latest in women’s fashion and couture, turn to Mode Moa for the lowest prices and best selection.
About Mode Moa: Mode Moa offers the latest in style, color, cut and fit for every woman’s shape at wholesale and deeply discounted prices. Shoppers at Mode Moa find the latest fashions in beautiful colors and fabrics, all of the highest quality.
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1103 S. San Julian St.
Los Angeles, CA, 90015
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Name: James Chang
Phone: (213) 746-9564
Organization: Mode Moa
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