Lauren Conrad explains that it’s customer satisifaction that makes things like Paper Crown a success, building relationships with the buyer of your product.
For Lauren, what’s important is choosing the right fabrics for the clothing, making sure fabrics are of good quality, plus the size and construction matter as something like a dress is produced.
But ultimately, Lauren’s decisions on creativity play a major role in the success of Paper Crown, something that Lauren’s been promoting for quite awhile now.
Today marks the day Paper Crown hits stores and it’s true success is tested with sales figures, unveiling its’ first Fall season in hopes of generating revenue at day’s end.
Paper Crown is not just any old celebrity line that’s high-priced with very cheap material, it’s a collection that’s been planned out with care and patience over time.
In the end, Lauren Conrad relies that all her blood, sweat, and tears pay off not only in profit, but with success, and even better, long-term success.
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