Spring Fashion Tips

21 Feb 2014
Spring Fashion Tips

It’s only February, but who isn’t already thinking about their Spring wardrobe? You don’t want the warm weather to arrive and find that you have nothing to wear, or at least, nothing in style! Taking notes from Elle magazine, here are their tips for when the warmer weather hits:

Orange is the New Black

The fiery hue has been spotted all over the spring 2014 ready-to-wear shows, making its way from the season's It lip to its clothes, bags, and shoes.

First Look: Spring 2014 Colours

The combination of black and white is proving its staying power, while icy pastels and hints of pink are getting into the mix.

Clothing Demo Store's Referral Scheme

21 Feb 2014
Clothing Demo Store's Referral Scheme

Referral Schemes:

Who doesn’t like to hear about a great place to buy stylish clothes? And who doesn’t love getting five percent off their shopping cart?

Our Referral Scheme in two steps!

-All you have to do is click on the referral scheme button on our site

-Invite your friends to check out the site

-You’ll be notified once your friends create an account and make an order

After one of your friends has made an order on the site, you’ll receive a five percent off voucher by email.

You’ll be able to redeem your voucher in the "Reward” section of the site

What are you waiting for? Connect to your account now and invite your friends!

This offer is only valuable for the Clothing Demo Store one time only for each friend invited, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

The Magic of Cashmere

21 Feb 2014
The Magic of Cashmere

Have you ever wondered if cashmere is really that much softer than other wool? Does it really make that much of a difference during the cold winter? Well the answer is yes! We wouldn’t offer a Demo brand 100% cashmere sweater if we weren’t convinced of its quality. Here a couple reasons everyone needs some cashmere in their winter wardrobe:

1) It really is softer. Cashmere is one of the finest animal fibre that exists, generally between 13 to 15 microns. It is naturally crimped, closely packed in the spinning weaving, and as a result the holding force is quite strong. This is its warmth retention property is so good, twice that of wool. Cashmere fibre also has a layer of air in the middle, so it is also lighter.

2) It looks nice. Cashmere’s colour and lustre are natural and downy. Cashmere fibre is uniform. Its intersecting surface is fairly regular which helps it fully absorb dye and stops it from fading.

3) It’s comfortable. Cashmere is flexible and stretchy. Because of its big crimp rate and recovery, its fibre can be processed into soft, elastic, natural knitwear. It doesn’t shrink after washing and keeps its form better than other materials. As Cashmere comes from goats’ soft hair when it starts to get cold, it is naturally adapted to keep you warm and cosy.

4) It’s good for you. Clothes made from Cashmere can stimulate blood circulation, promote hair follicle activity and helps reduce weariness.