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Google Affiliate Fashion Shopping Page 2
The Google Affiliate Network has been to help advertisers and publishers improve their performance across the affiliate ecosystem. Apparel Search had utilized the system to provide our viewers with easy access to fashion products around the web. In April 2013, Google had made the difficult decision to retire the Google Affiliate Network and focus on other products that are driving great results for clients. Therefore, we are now closing this section of our directory. Below is now for historical reference only.
Please return to our main apparel search shopper section for different shopping options.
Below is for historical reference only.
Blair : Friends and neighbors would have described the Blair family much like this in the early 1900s. They still would today. John Edwin Blair, son of an Irish immigrant, settled in Warren, Pennsylvania, in the late 1800s to raise his family with his wife, Margaret. It was here that he established a successful grocery business, and he treated his customers well. Through the past 100 plus years, the company has certainly grown. The product line has evolved from decade to decade. They now offer apparel and accessories for women and men, quality items for your home, Improved Living items to help you from day to day, and so much more. They have changed their name to simply… Blair. But some things haven't changed, even after so much time. Their company headquarters are still located in Warren, Pennsylvania. They still maintain the high standards that John L. Blair built the company on so many years ago. And they still believe their customers are their absolute top priority every day.
Carter's (Children's Fashion) : When H.W. Carter started his company in Lebanon, New Hampshire some one hundred and fifty years ago in 1859, America only had just 33 states, the Wild West was at its peak, and the idea of the an online store wasn't even close to being on someone's mind. That first year of the company was a crucial one. Abigail Carter invented the first ever Overalls for use on railroads. Over the next ten years, H.W. Carter presents the original "Lebanon Overalls" for sale across New England and soon expanded with a focus on quality and value. By 1890 H.W. Carter & Sons became the premier manufacturer of denim overalls and "work wear". Carter's Overalls were famous throughout the United States. The company continued to grow, expanding it's selection to making boy's overalls, railroad overalls, painter pants, coats, jumpers, and shirts eventually putting everything under the simple trademark "Carter's".
Catherines (Plus Sizes) : Offering classic career and casual clothing for plus-size women at moderate prices, Catherines Stores Corporation now has more than 460 stores nationwide. Their business fills a much-needed niche for women who wear sizes 16W to 34W, a range not readily offered elsewhere. Sizes 16WP to 26WP and 16WT to 34WT are also available, to the delight of their petite and tall customers.
Dickies : Through its dedication to innovation and continual customer contact, Williamson-Dickie Mfg. Co. has transformed itself from a small bib overall company to the largest workwear manufacturer in the world. Sold in every state in the U.S., Dickies now offers a broad spectrum of work garments ranging from work pants and work shirts to denim jeans and women's workwear. Since its beginnings in 1922, every piece of Dickies workwear has stood for the quality, toughness, and pride that embodies the spirit of the American worker.
Dr Jays : Even though DrJays.com began selling on the Internet in 2000, its legacy began in 1975 with the opening of the first Dr. Jay's store in the South Bronx section of New York. Not coincidentally, hip-hop had its origins in the same neighborhood around the same time that Dr. Jay's opened its first doors. The urban landscape was changing, and with the new music came a new fashion sensibility. Dr. Jay's has been a pioneer in providing these urban fashions ever since, growing to 19 stores throughout the New York Metro area.
Express - new arrivals : Express is the must-have sexy, sophisticated fashion brand for work, the weekend, or going out. It's what's new and what's now for young fashion-forward women and men. They started more than thirty years ago as an experiment – an offshoot of another successful retail concept. There was nothing but opportunity in front of them and they took it. Express is a specialty apparel and accessories retailer of women's and men's merchandise, targeting the 20 to 30 year old customer. The Company has over 30 years of experience offering a distinct combination of fashion and quality for multiple lifestyle occasions at an attractive value addressing fashion needs across work, casual, jeanswear, and going-out occasions.
Famous Footwear : Famous Footwear is part of the Brown Shoe Company, a global footwear company that puts consumers and their needs first by targeting 3 strategic platforms - Healthy Living, Contemporary Fashion and Family. Brown Shoe's more than 130 years of experience has lead to the design, sourcing and marketing of many well-known shoe brands, including Naturalizer, Dr. Scholl's Shoes, LifeStride, Franco Sarto, Etienne Aigner, Avia and Ryka.
Figleaves : lingerie and underwear retailer.
Fossil : Fossil is a global retailer specializing in the design, innovation, and marketing of fashion lifestyle and accessory products. At the heart of the Company's vision is a commitment to fostering creativity and delivering the best in design through its two core businesses: Fossil brand; and a multi-brand watch business. The Fossil brand is rooted in authenticity and a distinctive vintage-inspired design aesthetic. With over 390 stores worldwide and a strong global e-commerce business, the brand is internationally known for its eclectic assortment of lifestyle and accessory items including watches, handbags, and clothing. The Company also creates fashion accessories for a number of other owned and licensed brands including MICHELE, Zodiac, Relic, Emporio Armani, DKNY, Armani Exchange, Michael Kors, Diesel, Burberry, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Adidas, Skagen Denmark, and Karl Lagerfeld. The Company is constantly developing its multi-brand portfolio through its core competencies in innovative branding, world-class design, and dynamic global distribution.
Fredericks of Hollywood : After opening the first store on Hollywood Boulevard and introducing black lingerie to the United States, the company became an instant smash with many a glamorous Hollywood actress—the ones American women worshipped as their style icons. It wasn't long before the company would revolutionize the future of fashion. More than a few of today's lingerie essentials were born at Frederick's. "The Rising Star"—the world's first push-up bra, was launched in the early 1950s to great success, and today is emulated by intimate apparel manufacturers around the world. A key factor to Frederick's incredible longevity has been the emphasis on women looking and feeling desirable for themselves. Women of all backgrounds, sizes, ages and tastes choose Frederick's for their lingerie needs, from everyday underwear to those special occasion styles.
Heels : Heels.com launched in October 2007 based on a foundation of love for the most fashionable women's shoes and the ease of shopping online. By combining their owners Linda and Eric McCoy's individual talents in each of these areas, Heels.com was born. Breaking into the online shoe industry was no easy task; however, once their manufacturers saw their website and understood their forward thinking attitude, they realized that Heels.com was really onto something. With their unique navigation system that allows users to quickly narrow down all the shoes to the exact pair they need and their free shipping, free returns, and price protection that make shopping online risk-free, they have always been about making shopping online easy and fun.