Shoe and Accessory Website Launches New Blog; Plans to add 2009 Line
Regina, Saskatchewan Canada (PRWEB) April 10, 2009
For the new year, fashion website, http://www.MartinESA.com, is making some great new changes which many people will find to be pleasant additions to the site’s fabulous features.
“I try to provide people with the kind of shoes and handbags that they would find appealing,” said website founder Martin Borni. “My objective with this business is to have the latest name brand fashions available at an affordable price.”
MartinESA.com has several designer dress shoes, sneakers and handbags from the likes of Dockers, Nikes and Gucci. Having launched in the fall of 2008, the website has amassed an impressive catalog of products, but Borni says that there is more on the way in the foreseeable future.
“We’re adding the 2009 line of the brands we carry,” he said. “There will be an expansion in the women’s dress shoes and the men’s dress shoes, as well as some new handbags.
“Part of having a web store like this,” Borni continued, “is that you have to stay fashion forwards, which is something that we’ve done very well with.”
Another new feature of the website is the blog that Borni has added recently.
“It’s a good way to talk about the fashion industry and reveal some of the in things that are popular these days,” Borni said of http://www.MartinESABlog.com. “Fashion is always changing from season to season, year to year, so keeping a blog is a very viable portal for both designers and consumers to keep up with each other.”
For 2009, Borni has great plans at hand: a new line, a new blog and a possible redesign of his website; still at the end of the day, he is trying to make the chic styles available for everyone.
“There’s no reason why people should pay an arm and a leg for some good shoes,” he said. “And luckily we’re able to have these fashionable designer shoes at prices that are very reasonable.”
About the Company:
MartinESA.com is a part of Myimu Dokan Service, a Canadian-based company, owned and operated by Martin Borni.
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