Honey Birdette Is Showing Strong Signs Of Growth On The Web

Honey Birdette is a luxury boutique lingerie and accessory retailer for women created by Eloise Monaghan. The company designs sexy outfits and accessories that adds a spark and sensuality to intimacy in the bedroom. The founder and current creative director at Honey Birdette said she started the business because she thought the current choice of lingerie attire and accessories were too bland and unexciting.

If you think Honey Birdette has small sales and is not expanding, think again. The Australian based retailer is experiencing massive online sales growth. According to company sales data, Honey Birdette saw its online sales from US customers rise by about 375% or nearly fourfold. That says something for a lingerie company that has no physical outlets for its products in the United States. The strong sales growth has made Honey Birdette seriously consider opening up a US store where its upscale and unique lingerie can be sold.

Honey Birdette also recently released a New York themed lingerie line. The line has three four different styles with different outfits. This gives rise to speculation that Honey Birdette may be opening up a physical store in New York City in the near future. You can check out the latest New York line from Honey Birdette on their website.

In another part of the world, Honey Birdette is continuing to open up a flurry of new stores in the United Kingdom. It plans to open up a total of 10 new stores throughout the United Kingdom. Customers in cities such as Leeds, Liverpool, Westfield Stratford and New Castle can all look forward to the launch of a Honey Birdette store this year. Additionally, Honey Birdette says that it believes it can reach a total of 40 stores in the UK by the end of 2018. It is also looking into setting up shop on the European continent with cities such as Paris and Berlin being the prime spots.

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