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Wallis Straight from High Streets of London

Straight from the high streets of London, America's newest online fashion retailer, WALLIS, is offering stylish accessory, jewelry and clothing gifts for women. Whether you are shopping for your mother or your best friend, Wallis has something to offer for under $100.

Below is a small selection of items under $100 (many under $50!) fit for gifting. Additional gift suggestions can be found online at: www.wallisfashion.com. Please let me know if I can help with any high res images.





ABOUT WALLIS

As one of the UK’s most trusted online and offline retailers for stylish, quality fashion at a great value, Wallis understands real women and strives to make them look and feel the best they can. Founded in 1923, Wallis now has over 100 free standing stores in the UK, 400 points of sale and a successful online retail business. The Wallis woman is everyone from the business executive to the full time mother, who may not have time to spend at the mall but still cares that she keeps up with the latest styles. Apparel is available in US sizes 4-16 with dedicated petite clothing for women 5’3” and under. Prices range from $35 to $215. They also carry a broad selection of shoes, handbags, jewelry and other accessories that compliment the latest fashions. Visit Wallis online at www.wallisfashion.com.

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