She looks GORGEOUS in the video!
I'll probably buy a couple pieces when it first comes out and then wait for some discounts
Hopefully in her upcoming interviews for the album she will be asked about CALIA too.
I will def be getting some of the cloths!
As someone else said, wait for a good sale. I truly hope the product line is successful. I would probably not spend that much money on that product for myself; but oddly, I spend it on my children and grandchildren.
I can't figure myself out. Why do I do these kinds of things?
Congratulations to Carrie on this new and exciting venture. I wish her every success with it. I can't wait to hear more about this.
That is so cool that Carrie has a workout clothes for women
Does Carrie have a contract with DICK's about how long she needs to sell her line exclusively there? I would love to see it expanding to other stores in the future. How does it all work? And how much of a say does DICK's have in the pricing of the clothing? I would assume they are getting a cut of the profit since Calia is being sold there.
I want to buy some! For my twice a year workout LOL
I'm disappointed for the following reasons
I was looking for to working out in those clothes next year, but it costs too much in addition to the fact that there isn't a Dicks close to where I live, i might be able to buy it online but idk how this brand will fit me. For example in one store I'm a size 0 and in another store I'm a size 4.
Is Dick's Sporting Goods a popular sports retail store in the US?
Does it usually have its own line of fitness attire like this?
No one looks that good while working out - not even Carrie haha.
So in this case Calia is a new brand created by Carrie and co. (unlike her nail polish line where she partners with the existing Nicole by OPI)? In that case since Calia doesn't have an established brand reputation, I wonder how much of a draw Carrie's name will be for these products. Or even a deterrent. As a guy, if I were looking to invest in a nice, outdoorsy jacket to last me a while, I would probably look to North Face, Columbia, or Helly Hansen or something rather than a celebrity's line that I don't know anything about. Too much celebrity branding is also why I tend to stick to program books at the merch table at Carrie's concerts rather than t-shirts with daisies or a giant image of Carrie.
If they have any logo/names visible at all on the outside of these clothes items, I think it would be best if it was just that infinity or two "C's" or whatever symbol. That way it can kind of blend in with other athletic brands and will attract those looking for a good blend of quality and style, which this line is going for. So I hope this does well. When I first saw the cost for pants I was a bit worried, but at least they're still cheaper than Lulu Lemons and may attract the demographic who can't afford those. Her line better look amazing so it can get a Beats by Dre level popularity for athletic wear among females haha.
I don't know how well celebrity products like these tend to do, so I have no idea what to expect for Calia. Have there been reports about Carrie's nail polish line being particularly successful or not?
I'm sure if women think that if they exercise with Carrie's clothing line, do their nails with Carrie's line, and use Almay on their face, they'll look like Carrie, they'll spend like there's no tomorrow.
I tend to believe that people will spend their money on what they want. Sometimes it takes a few months to buy that jacket you may want, or that iPhone that you proudly use.
I have two Dick's Sporting Goods stores within 20 miles of where I live, so I will certainly have access to the clothing line if I want it. I will most certainly go browse and look at it when it comes out, but I doubt I will buy any. First, spending money on workout clothes is usually a waste for me. They end up being pajamas or lounge around the house clothes, lol. Second, I don't think I can handle the price. I will spend $50-65 on a nice pair of slacks for work from places like Limited and Express, because I know they will last me several years, but I just don't think I could justify spending that kind of money (or more, even) on workout/casual clothes except for a pair of blue jeans. If I ever do decide to buy myself some workout gear and I want quality/name brand, I will probably just go to the Nike or Under Armour outlet stores that are 45 minutes from my house. I guess that's because I'm not concerned with looking cute while I work out and also not concerned about my workout clothes converting to errands/other outings. I'm not the type that is going to work out and then go shopping or something, though. In short, I am probably not Carrie's target shopper, lol.