How to make you look slimmer with easy tips
The greatest thing about clothing in general is that it provides the ability to cover your flaws and highlight your advantages. Therefore, we all want to look our best. Choosing the right combination in clothing can be difficult at first, but the result will be incredibly worth it all. By simply following a set of rules on choosing clothing everything will just fall into place just the way you wanted. When creating a wardrobe that fits you uniquely, you must consider ...
Super Cool Bra will keep women cool this summer
If you do not know how to stay cool this summer you should think about buying an innovative piece of lingerie - a cooling bra. The company, Triumph International, was established in Germany. Being a leading international underwear giant, they operate in more than 100 countries around the world. And a few days ago they presented the new Super Cool Bra in Tokyo that comes with gel pads to be placed in the freezer for a couple of hours prior to ...
What clothes to choose for a slim look in winter?
During the winter months, people want to put on bulky clothing in an effort to avoid catching a cold. Well, you might feel cozy, but these bulky layers can hide your body, making you look like a sack of potatoes. If you do not want to face this problem again this winter, then you must follow the guide described below to help you stay warm in freezing weather, without compromising your style and sense of fashion. When you put on thermal ...
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MAC Bare Study Paint Pot, MAC Call Me Bubbles eye shadow quad (numbered in the order you will be using them), Urban Decay 24/7 Liner in Demolition, MAC Zoom Lash, Urban Decay Shadow Brush, Urban Decay blending brush, Urban Decay crease brush (I actually use the blending brush for the crease and the crease brush for blending…just my preference)
Sonia Kashuk angled brow brush, Smashbox Brow Tech, Urban Decay Blush Brush, Smashbox Chiffon Blush, MAC Kissable Lipcolour in So Vain. Full Article…
The number of shoppers visiting retail stores rose 1.8 per cent in the three months to the start of February, according to figures published today, but regional differences in footfall remains pronounced.
Statistics for November, December & January, calculated by the British Retail Consortium (BRC), automated customer counting company Springboard & the Association of Town Centre Management (ATCM), show footfall bounced back from a 2.3 per cent drop seen during the previous three months but national town centre vacancy rates remained unchanged at 11.1 per cent.
Commenting on the figures, Stephen Robertson, Director General of the BRC, said: “The lift in shopper numbers for the quarter is almost entirely down to a strong Christmas. A Full Article…
# charitable contributions | February 15, 2012 Chicago Style Examiner + Subscribe
When shopping, there is sometimes a sort of sense of guilt. Perhaps one may feel bad for spending money that should have been saved or maybe there’s that feeling that you could have lived without another pair of shoes to add to your collection. Honestly, we do usually buy more than we actually need. However, throughout the month of February you can shop guilt free at Saks Fifth Avenue. Not only will you feel the satisfaction of quenching your passion for fashion but you will also feel the joy that you are helping a worthy cause. This month, shoppers at the Saks Fifth Avenue in Highland Park, IL., will be giving back to Special Olympics Chicago with every purchase made.
Special Olympics Chicago provides programs, events, and activities for more than 5,000 Chicago-area Special Olympics athletes all year-round. It’s
agerly waiting the arrival of spring? Well, we are too and we can’t wait to trade in our dull, dark clothes for something brighter and more cheerful. And with spring just over a month away, you can already get an early start. Check out our bright, mixed up list of fashionable items that will give you a stylish push towards spring—right now!
1. Replace your dull black hobo bag for this shimmery turquoise and emerald green handbag designed by French designer David Jones ($80, available at Sears).
2. Wrap yourself in this breezy neon pink linen scarf ($57.50, available at J.Crew) with a soft texture that doesn’t take away from it strong burst of color.
3. Track time in style with this simply designed and intense orange colored watch from Rainbow Watch ($25.50, available at Folioobject.com).
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The coat worn by Kate Middleton in Liverpool yesterday became a hit with shoppers in the hours that followed.
The Hobbs Unlimited Celeste wool coat, which Kate donned to keep warm on Merseyside, was soon doing good business on the company’s website.
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Fashion expert Gemma Cartwright, of OSOYOU.com, said: “It’s interesting that when I looked this morning it was available in two sizes, and has sold out now.
“The price was originally £369 (€440), and people are suggesting that is what she paid for it, but when they were available earlier today, the price had been reduced to £182.”
The coat, which flares from the hips, has a belt at the waist.
Royal officials said the coat was burgundy in colour, though the fashion community favoured chestnut brown.
Ms Cartwright said: “Everything she wears is pitch-perfect on these occasions, classic and appropriate, but also showing her interest in fashion, and knowledge of what works for her body.
“She is very lucky that most things suit her, and she chooses things that flatter her figure.
“She often goes for A-line skirts, and the coat is A-line too, flaring out from the waist in an A shape.”
Ms Middleton also wore a black, polo-neck dress from high-street store Oasis, a royal aide confirmed.
The knee-length dress was nipped in at the waist with a black belt.
The profile of Ms Middleton is being raised considerably and yesterday it was also announced that she would join Queen Elizabeth on two engagements next month.
She will accompany the queen and the Duchess of Cornwall to Fortnum and Mason in central London on March 1.
During the visit, the queen will unveil a plaque to commemorate the regeneration of Piccadilly.
Kate will also join the queen during a visit to Leicester on March 8.
Prince Philip is also expected to accompany the queen on the trip, which is one of a series of Diamond Jubilee visits around the UK.
Ms Middleton carried out her first solo public engagement last week when she visited the National Portrait Gallery, in central London, for a preview of a Lucian Freud show that gives a comprehensive overview of the late artist’s work.
Her husband, Prince William, is in the Falkland Islands as part of his work as an RAF search and rescue co-pilot.
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