Melissa Gorga is excited about the return of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," as Bravo released the trailer for the new season this week. Fans were excited that they would soon be reunited with Melissa, Teresa Giudice, Siggy Flicker, and the rest of the ladies from New Jersey.

The trailer did reveal one major surprise – Danielle Staub will be returning to the show this season. It is no secret that Danielle and Teresa became friends shortly after Teresa was released from prison, as Staub wanted to be there for her. The two were not always friends, so people were skeptical of this new friendship.

Last year, Giudice’s sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga, was busy opening up her own clothing store. Last year on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” fans saw how Melissa opened the store with a business partner. The business partner kept giving Melissa advice that she didn't really want and when the show wrapped, the business partner decided to leave the store behind. She took all the inventory with her to start a new business.

The store is back in action

After some financial struggles, Melissa built herself back up, and she's ready to start selling again. As the trailer for the new season aired on Bravo, Melissa started marketing her new products for her store and fans were not impressed.

The pieces themselves were beautiful, but the sizes were limited.

One person pointed out that Melissa should've stuck with her business partner, as the sizes she's currently offering are very limited. Not everyone is a size 2.

"I agree on w your previous business partner - you need to have apparel that fits more than a size 2. There's a lot of women you're not targeting.

And I'm not talking plus sizes. Just normal sizes," one fan wrote.

Another fan directly told her that she was wrong in just sharing limited sizes and that she was cutting out a huge part of her demographic, essentially losing money because she didn't suit everyone in her audience.

About the brand or the money?

One can imagine that Melissa Gorga wants to do well with her business, but perhaps she's just trying to target people who are a specific size. The fan pointed out that she didn't mean plus size when she talked about offering up different sizes, but rather any size above a size 2, such as a size 10, 12, or even 16. It's clear that Melissa wants to specific look for her brand and it sounds like many people are being left out in the cold because of the specific vision.

Based on Melissa's experiences last year with a business partner, it doesn't sound like she's ready to take on another partner. Maybe she will listen to her fans as they are willing to buy clothing that would fit them.

What do you think about Melissa Gorga marketing her clothing even though she's only serving a small audience? Do you think her fans have a point about offering larger sizes to suit the larger audience?

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