Monday, July 26, 2010
All suits are under $100.00 and we have an eclectic blend of retro styles of the past, with a modern twist, inspired by pin-up girls, vixens, and bombshells, hot rods, tattoos, & the cool stuff of yesteryear.
Each suit is carefully handcrafted one at a time in the good ole' USA. This designer takes great pride in their work, so there’s no mass-production.
Hope you love the styles as much as we do : ) Offered at Get Go Retro!
Friday, July 23, 2010
Shapewear firms everything up. Today's garments are not your grandmother's girdle. Yesterday's model had boning, metal and really uncomfortable, heavy material. Body Magic and/or Ardyss brands are made of lightweight, breathable medical grade compression material. It's a win win situation to wear one. You lose the inches immediately because it compresses you, but it also reduces your size if you continue to wear the garment.
The difference with shapewear is that a girdle like your grandmother wore in the 50's, will smooth you out, but once you take off a girdle you're back to the same body you started with. But, if you keep using it (shapewear), you'll see a change in your body as it tones and tightens; and perhaps even a psychological affect. Some find that wearing shapewear improves their confidence and self esteem and empowers them to want to exercise more.
You wont' be disappointed, if you wear it like you are suppose to, you'll see the difference. It's a commitment, just like exercise.
Conservative Girdle Picture found at: www.fiftiesweb.com/fashion/fashion-girdle.htm
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Is this hysterical or what???? A take on Beyonce's "All the Single Ladies" .... We have "All the Wrinkled Ladies" : ) They need a whole tube of Unwrinkle Serum (I think) : )
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Rosie O’Donnell is a purported noni aficionado, along with super model Miranda Kerr, which goes to show you the spectrum of celebrities that have tapped into this fad. Although noni juice has failed to peak much major media attention, the benefits of noni juice seem to have passed through tinseltown, infecting Hollywood with a healthy habit. The differences between the celebrities who love noni mirrors the same wide audience that it has enjoyed world wide, as I’ve met hippies and lawyers alike who swear by noni’s healing properties.
Of course when celebrities do something, people seem to want to do it too. Hopefully these celebrities can spread the word about noni, even if only by example, increasing sales for the companies and improving health for consumers. Greater demand for the juice may drive the price up initially, but fierce competition and a larger market would ultimately level the price out, putting noni into the hands of more individuals. With that said, there’s definitely some good that can come out of celebrity trends. Since regardless of what celebrities do, people copy them, they really are given quite a bit of power. This looks like one case where they’re using their power for good, even if they’re doing it obliviously.
As always ... check with your doctor before you take anything.