Mesa AZ Valentines Day Christian Gift Ideas Apparel T-Shirts Collection Launched

Mesa-based fashion store Dignity Apparel launched its loved-themed February collection. Ideal for anyone looking for a stylish gift, the collection includes smartphone cases, pillows and various fashion apparel.

Mesa, United States - February 9, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Dignity Apparel, an online fashion store based in Mesa, launched an updated collection of gifts for the Valentine’s Day season. Clients can choose from love-themed smartphone cases, pillows, T-shirts and other products, each featuring a unique design combining modern art with traditional Christian values.

More information can be found at https://dignityapparel.shop.

Valentine’s Day is among the most popular holidays throughout the world, and February is widely considered the month of love – an opportunity for everyone to show their appreciation for their loved ones.

Dignity Apparel launched a new collection of fashion items designed as a blend of modern designs and traditional Christian values. The collection is thus an attractive alternative to the mainstream fashion designs which are often incompatible with Christian moral principles.

The collection features four types of smartphone cases for iPhone and Samsung models. All cases are made of hybrid thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) and polycarbonate (PC) to ensure increased durability and flexibility.

The polycarbonate back is solid and designed to provide support and shock protection, making the case an ideal option for anyone looking to protect their phones from scratches, dirt, oils and various impacts. The port openings are precisely aligned to fit the specific model, with cases available for all Samsung and iPhone smartphones.

Customers can also opt for a love-themed soft pillow. Filled with a soft polyester insert to preserve its original shape even after prolonged use, the pillow can be used on both sofa and beds as a stylish, personal addition to the interior design. All pillows are printed on both sides and hand-sewn after printing.

The new collection also includes unisex shirts, T-shirts and tank tops.

All Valentine’s Day products feature “Love is” printed on the front and continued on the back with “patient, kind, truthful, believing, hopeful, enduring, neverending”.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Gavin McClees
Organization: Dignity Apparel
Address: 5155 E Eagle Dr, Mesa, Arizona 85215, United States

For more information, please visit https://dignityapparel.shop/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 299106

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