Introducing All-Season Five-Piece Wardrobe
5 Easy Pieces Convert into 25 Outfits with Chick on the Go
15 Feb, 2011, 06:52 ET
OCEANSIDE, N.Y., Feb. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Fashion's latest evolution revolution is here with Chick on the Go, a complete, versatile wardrobe with just five pieces that can combine to create 25 different outfits. The black and white garments made of a wrinkle-free rayon and spandex blend are suitable for all seasons and can be taken everywhere.
Says company founder Silvia Allegrini, who's worked in the fashion industry and cosmetics field for over twenty years, "What we've created is an all-in-one wardrobe with just five basic pieces and two accessories. By switching around and combining the garments, women can create 25 different outfits! The pieces fit all body-types and have no buttons or zippers, for ultimate comfort."
Packaged in a stylish carry-on-case, Chick on the Go is perfect for the traveling woman, for business meetings, for vacations or honeymoons, social events, casual and elegant dining or even lounge wear.
The kit, which retails for $199.00, weighs less than 4 lbs and includes:
- A black wide leg pant
- A black slip dress
- An off-white long-sleeve shirt
- An off-white tank top
- A black poncho that can be worn as a skirt and a shirt
Two accessories are included -- black and white sashes that can be worn as a belt, a scarf or a headband.
"I came up with this idea while traveling overseas to Italy. My luggage was delayed and I had to spend a great deal of time and money buying replacement clothes, because I just didn't know when my things would arrive," says Allegrini, at the time the CEO of Make-Up Moods, a cosmetic retail shop in Manhattan. "I wished I'd had carry-on luggage with some clothes! Chick on the Go solves this potential problem for women who travel, but the line is really for all women, travelers or not."
Chick on the Go is sold exclusively at www.thechickonthego.com. The website includes a "how-to wear" instructional video.
SOURCE Chick on the Go
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