BRAVADA International Ltd. (
) (Pink Sheets: BRAV) announced today its Spring 2013 leg fashion collection trends. This spring, OnlyLeggings.com’s Collection includes bold black and white patterns, wide vertical stripes, zesty floral prints, mesh panel constructed leggings and leg fashion with a splash of “sexy” undertones blended in. OnlyLeggings.com will be releasing over 100 leg fashion styles for Spring 2013 over the coming weeks and the trends are all about accentuating the legs in a way that flatters a woman’s legs and torso in unison.
With bold black and white prints, elongating vertical stripes, fresh and clean floral prints and constructed leggings with mesh accents and styles, OnlyLeggings.com’s Spring 2013 Collection is the largest available selection online. Other leg fashion styles include
and constructed styles,
wide leg leggings
with loose flowing cuts,
and the ever popular
“Spring 2013 is going to be a season where women are going to have a lot of exciting ways to dress up their legs,” replied Danny Alex, CEO of OnlyLeggings.com. “We have an amazing array of leg fashion styles that are easy and fun to accessorize and mix and match. Selection and versatility is what Spring 2013 is all about and women are going to love the exciting styles that we have available. When it comes to
, we are always looking for breathtaking ways to bring a woman’s legs to life.”
OnlyLeggings.com is the world’s largest online retailer specializing in women’s leg fashion.
BRAVADA owns and operates World of Leggings, WorldofLeggings.com, and OnlyLeggings.com.
World of Leggings
is a real world leggings superstore that specializes in all styles of made in the USA
, tights and
. OnlyLeggings.com is the largest online leggings superstore for leggings such as
faux leather leggings
high waisted leggings
, bodysuits, cotton
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