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Women’s Fantasy Clothing Store Opens On Sheepshead Bay Road

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A new shop recently opened at 1730 Sheepshead Bay Road called Women’s Fantasy, a clothing and lingerie shop for plus-sized women.

Women’s Fantasy opened its doors to customers in late November, but did not install a sign until the temporary one photographed above went up in the last week or two. It’s actually not a new business; Women’s Fantasy has been serving customers for more than a decade, with a storefront in Bensonhurst.

Women’s Fantasy replaces Pelame Top Design, a fur and leather retailer who closed up shop in June 2012, barely a year after opening.

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  1. There are lots of ‘chubby chasers’ who read Sheepshead Bites. Maybe the store can run a singles night too. Note to Maxwell Smart, I do not get your joke about Virginia, pls explain.

  2. The signage is just awful — from the actual sign to the day-glo window lettering. It just looks cheap.

  3. its for the fatties who get too tired to walk all the way to the gym and have to stop and rest. then they can buy bras.

    I like big butts and i cannot lie!

  4. Anyone check out the website? The prices are just a tad bit steep. I mean, is it really necessary to charge $109 for a bra? Pfffft,

  5. I just checked it out. The clothing is ugly as hell and looks cheap but is very expensive. Maybe the retail store is better, I hope so, because we could use more clothing stores in the area.

  6. […] Women's Fantasy Clothing Store Opens On Sheepshead Bay Road A new shop recently opened at 1730 Sheepshead Bay Road called Women's Fantasy, a clothing and lingerie shop for plus-sized women. Women's Fantasy opened its doors to customers in late November, but did not install a sign until the temporary one … Read more on Sheepshead Bites […]

  7. I did look at their website, and you’re right about the pricey bras. However, To be fair, I googled those bras, and this shop isn’t charging an exorbitant amount, they’re merely carrying high end product. Those bras are priced the same or higher on other websites. I compared prices on Bare Necessities site, as well as a few others. I wouldn’t spend more than $50 on a bra (and that’s seriously pushing it), but I also don’t buy expensive purses, and many women do.

  8. Glad to read that. Too bad I didn’t read the article a little more closely, or I would have caught that. 🙂

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