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JJsHouse Introduced its Holiday Dresses 2013 Collection

December 25, 2012

Today, JJsHouse, a leading online retailer of women’s dresses, introduced its holiday dresses 2013 collection to enrich its product line and expand its market share.

(PRWEB) December 24, 2012

Today, JJsHouse, a leading online retailer of women’s dresses, introduced its holiday dresses 2013 collection to enrich its product line and expand its market share.

According to Jennifer Nicole, CEO of JJsHouse, these holiday dresses are 100% manufactured with the high-quality craftsmanship and materials, and designed by their own design team.

Most of the holiday dresses are priced between $100 and $150. For those who are searching for cheap holiday dresses, they should not miss JJsHouse´s holiday dresses Spring 2013 collection.

More details can be found at: http://www.jjshouse.com/Cheap-Holiday-Dresses-c20/

There are many popular designs of holiday dresses in this collection, like sparkling sequin halter dresses and strapless neckline dresses, and so on. JJsHouse has a shape guide to help customers find the right styles for their body types.

Jennifer Nicole said, “With the promotional prices and free shipping, our Sweet 16 dresses series must have great market potential, and it will stimulate our company´s business growth in the next few months. We hope we can help customers enjoy the benefits we bring, and enjoy the wonderful time with our dresses.”

In addition, JJsHouse has launched a promotion for its dresses in the shopping season, including wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses, homecoming dresses, and evening dresses, and so on.

About JJsHouse

JJsHouse focuses on cheap bridesmaid dresses, wedding dresses, and wedding dress accessories. The reason to choose JJsHouse is very simple: JJsHouse offers high-quality products at affordable prices, and their customer service is a top priority.

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