Why You Should be interested in Honey Birdette’s Re-definitions of Fashion through Unique Lingerie

The Australian-based lingerie brand Honey Birdette is set to launch its United States e-commerce portal. Additionally, it has revealed plans to increase its presence in the United Kingdom, by raising their portfolio from the current three stores up to around 40 by the end of 2018. The brand was founded in Brisbane by reckoned entrepreneur Eloise Monaghan in 2006, which led him to set a U.S site. Following a surge in their sales, it recorded a 374 % increase in the online sales in only one year. The new platform is said to bring a host of new consumer experiences, with faster purchases, free delivery, and extensive product varieties.

The main areas of interests
Honey Birdette is seeking to tap into the potential of both the American and UK retail openings. The trend is clear, which is to open as many international branches as possible. The first outside store was opened in London’s Covent Garden, with two more additions in Westfield White City and Leeds’s Victoria Gate (Australia).

The brand has made the revelation that it already has ten retail openings lined up for the UK. The primary markets are Stratford, Leeds, Newcastle, Liverpool, and five more, which will be identified with time. Premium labels start at around £35 for briefs and £60 for bras.

About Honey Birdette
Honey Birdette is a sales firm based in Australia specializing in lingerie, outfits and fashion designers. Its presence in the international market is increasing rapidly since most of the sales are made online. Some of the designers are bought as a set, and they include:
• The red suspended set
• Bustier set
• Red robe
• Diana set and much more

Honey Birdette offers its customers a fantastic aesthetic with set-based model shopping. Their sites are easy to use, with their user lists being user-friendly. Honey Birdette is becoming not only a brand but an international sensation for fashion lovers and the artists, men, and women included.

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