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Glad Rags - a touch of glamour

By Friday, 22 August 2014 13:21 0

MOST women like to look their best. A nice hairstyle, colourful nails, a touch of lip gloss and a dab of perfume all help to make a lady feel special. But that is of no use if she doesn’t have a nice outfit to wear.

Glad Rags in Calle Malaga, Albox has a great range of ladies’ clothing specifically chosen to keep up with the latest trends but with classics to ensure that the wearer always looks stylish and beautifully presented.

Currently, this popular ladies’ clothing store is holding a summer sale with massive reductions across many lines. The sale is going well and bargains are flying out of the door, but there are still plenty of deals to grab over the coming months.

The next UK delivery is due at the end of August, so mark a date in your diary to pop in and take a look. This new shipment includes well known High Street labels. The really exciting news, however, is the launch of Glad Rags brand new lingerie and nightwear department (you read it here first).

October brings the long awaited arrival of the 2014 autumn / winter collection which will showcase some amazing colours and styles, including a collection from the popular Maloka which is exclusive to Glad Rags in this area.

Breaking news: Following the huge success of Glad Rags spring/summer charity fashion show earlier in the year, the owner Jenni Rocks has been asked by the Royal British Legion to host another one. This next show will be in October with all proceeds going to the poppy appeal, a fantastic and worthy cause. Make sure you keep reading Euro Weekly News for further announcements regarding the event. Finally, November is Glad Rag’s first anniversary, so all in all there is plenty to celebrate in the coming weeks!

Glad Rags is currently open summer hours 10am to 2pm Monday to Saturday. Normal opening hours resume September 1. Monday to Wednesday 10am to 3pm, Thursday 10am to 6pm, Friday 10am to 3pm and Saturday 10am to 2pm.

Tlf: 634 313 071

Email: [email protected]


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