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Slogan For Online Women's Clothing Store
Posted by Anonymous on
1/27/2007 at 10:42 PM ET
We posted this question before but only got a few responses so are posting again with more points!
We are creating a site that is focused on selling women's designer clothing but at good deals. Many women want to purchase designer clothing, but do not want to pay $200 bucks for a pair of jeans, so we post them online when they are on sale.
The name of the site is Shoperella (Cinderella inspired) It was also pretty woman inspired (specifically when Richard took her shopping and the music came on...) We won't be using anything related to Pretty woman of course (trademark stuff) but this may help you see our mindset as far as what we want to offer. There is a lot we can do with this but I am having a total mind blank due to all of the other decisions I have to make, so please be creative, go wild! We received a few ones we liked including:
High Fashion. Fantasy Prices.
Prices Even Your Stepsisters Can't Hate
You Paid How Much?
We find the deals. You get the clothes.
We would love to have some sort of play on words as it relates to Cinderella.
Any other suggestions for a great slogan??
Thanks for your help!
1/28/2007 at 9:18 AM
Hi --this sprang to mind --
Your Fairy Godmother has arrived.
1/28/2007 at 12:11 PM
hot fashion, low prices
high fashion, low prices
1/28/2007 at 1:09 PM
High fashion at reasonable prices
Big Style & Fashion, little price tags
1/28/2007 at 6:54 PM
Designer clothes without the pumpkin.
1/28/2007 at 9:07 PM
We put the fairy Godmother out of business
Who needs a Fairy Godmother with Shoperalla
Fanstay prices For Wicked Threads
Who needs Pumpkins and Mice, when you've got us
A wardrobe for a queen on a maids salary
Fit for a queen priced for a pauper
1/28/2007 at 10:57 PM
I really like your first idea best - "high fashion, fantasy prices". That says what you do, links to the name, and is quick to say & easy to remember.
1/29/2007 at 7:05 AM
Fantasy Fashions at dreamy prices
1/29/2007 at 7:54 AM
The idea is fantabulous...and so is the image of Gere out with Roberts. With Orbson singing in the back.
Now the point is about
Shoperella: Where you happily shop forever
: magical designs. magical prices
: High fashion. Higher value
: Couture. At Pret rates
1/29/2007 at 4:16 PM
Hi, Shoperella! Love the name. When it comes to writing slogans, the shorter the better.
I suggest reworking your first choice to read:
"High Fashion at Fantasy Prices."
Short and sweet. That's the best way to attract your target's attention.
Best of Luck!
5/11/2007 at 6:59 PM
Not to be a skeptic BUT when I have done any searches for Shoperella I come up with student related projects. I would like to know if this was a real company opportunity or not. It generated a lot of response and interest.
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