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Denise Cronwall Launches Women's Activewear Holiday Collection

Denise Cronwall Launches Women's Activewear Holiday Collection

Today, Denise Cronwall introduces the brand's exclusive women's activewear holiday collection 2013. This year's line, which includes skirts, tops, dresses, and jackets, showcases the designer's signature romantic style.

Denise Cronwall's signature romantic style is present in the fuchsia lace details in this new predominantly black and white collection. What also stands out is the bold but beautiful avian print, a unique move with a high fashion feel.

"I found the inspiration for this collection in the skies," says Denise Cronwall referring to the bird print. The collection is appropriately named the Finch Collection.

"When I designed this collection it was important to me that the women who wear it not only look beautiful but feel beautiful in the clothes. Flattering silhouettes, soft fabrics and unique details had to be there," says Denise Cronwall.

Blogger from TennisIdentity.com says, "Denise Cronwall's newly launched Finch Collection combines her trademark detailing and lace. I adore this tennis brand, so soft and comfy, always a perfect blend of elegant and sporty with a subtle hint of sexy."

With price points starting at $55 for essential items such as shorts and ranging up to $155 for more indulgent pieces like a Tennis Dress or Jacket, the collection is now available at select stores nationwide and online at Denisecronwall.com. The collection includes shorts, skirts, dresses, tops, training pants, and jackets.

The Finch Collection will also be seen on the professional tennis circuit as top ranked German tennis player Mona Barthel wears the line.

About Denise Cronwall Activewear
Denise Cronwall started her eponymous boutique-style activewear line in 2010 and it quickly gained a following in South Florida and has now expanded to 70+ select stores throughout the US. Denise Cronwall's designs that combines her trademark detailing and lace are refreshing in a sea of outfits dominated by only a few manufacturers. These feminine designs can be used for tennis, gym, yoga, running and more. For more information, please visit http://www.denisecronwall.com.


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