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Spring Fashion Preview

Your winter was buried under mountains of snow, but the spring and summer seasons look bright. We give you the lowdown on the trends for the season and the products that will boost your sales in 2011.
By C.J. Mittica and Andraya Vantrease

 

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Working Wonders With Women’s Wear

Intimidated by women’s wear? Don’t be. As women continue to gain influence in the workplace, the rewards can be ripe for distributors who have the necessary expertise. Here are the strategies to soar with women’s wear.
By Shane Dale
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Dirty Jobs: Uniforms Edition


It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. We traveled out into the world of dirty work to find the people and professions that aren’t afraid to get a little grime on their hands – and to see the uniforms that help keep them clean at the end of the day.
By C.J. Mittica, Christopher Ruvo, Dave Vagnoni and Andraya Vantrease
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[TRENDS] Western
Western flair often fluctuates in and out of the fashion spectrum, but with spring and summer quickly approaching, this look is coming back down the trail. Everything Western is in, from studded cuffs and plaid button-downs to leather vests and distressed jeans. More >>

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