(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). Leading lingerie e-tailer BareNecessities.com has expanded its branded apparel and accessories lines with the launch of its shoe department, featuring well-known and emerging footwear brands hand-picked for the Bare Necessities shopper.
“Women have been coming to us for over 15 years, asking us to fit them from the ankle up; now we are fitting them from the ankle down. We know our customer will quickly grow to love the curated selection of footwear we are building here,” Bare Necessities shoe buyer Joe Carvelli said in a statement. “We believe that a woman should be able to step out in shoes that are fashionable but truly comfortable, and that’s what we will be offering her.”
Bare Necessities’ featured shoe brands currently include favorites like Steve Madden, UGG Australia, Havianas and Dolce Vita, as well as brands that the retailer hopes “everyone will quickly fall for the second their feet slip into them,” such as Bernie Mev, Jack Rogers, Flogg, FitFlop and Ipanema.
A wide range of styles are currently available, including flip-flops, slip-on flats, moccasins, running shoes, tennis shoes, wedges, boots, booties and slippers. Bare Necessities is also offering various foot and shoe comfort accessories, such as no-show socks and shoe liners, as well as comfort pads and soles for shoes’ interiors and cleaning kits to keep footwear in top shape.
Shoes currently range from $24.95 to $237.95, with accessories ranging from $6.50 to $24.95. Size range varies by brand and style but many offer whole and half sizes from 5 to 11. Bare Necessities offers free shipping for orders over $70, as well as free shipping for exchanges and 60-day returns.
In addition to its new shoe collection, Bare Necessities provides bras, panties, activewear, shapewear, sleepwear, hosiery, plus-size items and men’s items, featuring round-the-clock customer service and fit advice on its over 200 offered brands.
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