Give Old Clothes New Life

November 16th, 2017 by sexyclothes

We were pretty shocked when the always uber cheap sexy clothes stylish Kylie Jenner hit a major red carpet looking more casual than ever. After what she claimed was a major wardrobe malfunction,’ it washer boyfriend Tyga to the rescue with his denim jacketthat she ended up wearing to the event!Kylie Jenner, 18, turned heads for all the wrong reasons at the 2015 Glamour Women of the Year Awards red carpet Nov. 9, The queen of glam showed up super street casual in a pair of black skinny jeans and a denim jacket after sheclaimed to have had a “wardrobe malfunction” prior to the event. So who did she turn to in her fashion emergency? It was boyfriend Tyga, 25, with his oversize denim jacket. How do we know this? Because he wore it out himself the very next night! Awww, we’ve got to love a couple that shares clothes.

When Tyga showed up at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in a distressed denim jacket, it looked pretty familiar. That’s because his girlfriend Kylie wore the exact same jacket to theGlamour Women of the Year Awards the night before. Except Kylie jazzed it up with a red arm band on the left sleeve, while Tyga accessorized bytying a bandana around his left wrist. How cute is it that they can share a closet?

Kylie was at the awards show to supporther dad Caitlyn Jenner, 66, who proudly accepted the “Transgender Champion” award. While Caitlyn looked stunning in a sleeveless sapphire blue gown with black accents, Kylizzle showed up to the event in such a super casual style that even she knew she had to address it on her Instagram account.

Take Our Poll”Had some major wardrobe malfunctions but that couldn’t stop me from supporting the ones I love. You’re amazingcaitlynjenner congrats on being woman of the year for glamourmag,” she wrote, with an accompanying photo thatshowed a less than thrilled looking Kylie on the red carpet in black skinny jeans, a black top, Tyga’s oversized denim jacket and straight, long, unstyled hair extensions.

She didn’t even have an amazing purse for the look, she instead had a black leather backpack slung over her right shoulder (even though we’re sure it’s designer and probably super expensive). We’re sure one day she’ll share with us the story of how this dressed down look hit the red carpet, after all she is the queen of social media!

Big Data ‘Has No Clothes

November 16th, 2017 by sexyclothes

It’s a strange world and these are strange times we are living in. We witness nerdy Edward Snowden, outing and vilifying the NSA for seeking to make the world’s population transparent, while at the same time making himself transparent to the entire world. And, I suspect at some level, he’s been quite enjoying his sudden (transparent) notoriety, however controversial it might be.

Yet the irony of Snowden’s purpose in outing the NSA is that his fellow Millennials seem to live, breathe and happily embrace transparency in everything they do, from posting every flake of cereal they ate on Facebook, or tweeting about the bug that just ran across their desk, or “I’m walking down the street now,” and, of course, the height of transparency, “sexting” (which, I know is not confined to Millennials — witness Anthony Weiner).

So, Snowden believes the NSA is body shapewear invading the privacy rights of citizens, while a whole generation (his, and commercially, the most important for the retail industry), has expanded the acceptance of transparency in their lives, almost beyond limit.

Snowden’s purpose and fate are beyond my pay grade, but the irony of “bad” big data (”Big Brother”) according to Snowden, and “good” big data, apparently welcomed by his cohorts, did not escape me. And the discussion of big data could not be more timely. It is the buzzword of the day, almost replacing “omni-channel.”

A Big Data Outing

In fact, if Snowden hadn’t been in the pickle he was, stuck in Russia, he might have been just the person to deal with the so-called spying that’s going on in retailing. All kinds of technology tools have been used by Amazon, Google and many other e-commerce platforms and software programs to identify, profile and track customers’ shopping behavior, all intended to build a better, more customized shopping experience for those customers. And what’s wrong with that? Just as the NSA says they’re using the data to deter terrorist attacks (a good thing, right?), then why isn’t using data to satisfy consumers’ desires a good thing? And not a peep has been heard from ‘e-customers’ about being spied upon, (a good portion of them Millennials).

Well, what’s good for e-commerce customers is apparently not good for physical stores’ customers. Several new tools have been developed to track customers’ behavior from the time they enter the store, through to check out. Traffic counters, video surveillance, signals from cell phones and apps are all being used in various ways to gain the same information being mined by their e-commerce competitors. Nordstrom, Macy’s, The North Face, Cabela’s, Family Dollar, Warby Parker, and dozens of other retailers are testing and/or using these technologies to determine how many customers enter the store, gender of the customer, how they traverse the store, dwell time in certain areas, total time in the store, repeat visits, and more.

The store can use the data to change store layouts and presentations, offer customized coupons while in the store, better manage and train associates, or even ping a loyal customer’s cell phone app about a new item while the customer’s within a two-mile radius of the store.

Snowden-Like “Whistle Blowers”

All a good thing, right? A win-win for both customer and retailer. Well, as has been reported across media land, apparently there have been several “Edward Snowdens” as shoppers complaining about being tracked and profiled, enough so that some retailers are questioning the use of these technologies, or at least how they should use them.

Gabi Gregg Wants Plus Size Women To Embrace Their Sexuality

November 10th, 2017 by sexyclothes
Scrolling through images of the Gabifresh x Playful Promises plus size lingerie collection, it’s clear that these are pieces Premme co founder and style blogger Gabi Gregg designed with outspoken, unapologetic sexiness in mind. The 11 item line is a goldmine of mesh and sheer fabrications, harness bras, strappy briefs, and satin pajamas — in other words, every item exudes the aesthetic plus size consumers are regularly discouraged from wearing.
“Plus size women are often desexualized and left feeling like they are not worthy of beautiful lingerie or feeling sexy,” Gregg tells Bustle in an interview. “Seeing representation of bodies that look similar to your own looking confident in skin revealing pieces is really powerful and can be transformative.”
The collection is comprised of predominantly black pieces, available in sizes 12 to 24, and cup sizes 36B to 44I. Mandy of the pieces are high waisted, perhaps an homage to Gregg’s swimsuit collections with swimsuitsforall. Gregg, often heralded the mother of the “fatkini” trend, has designed numerous swimwear lines that similarly rep high waisted styles. They are often retro inspired, subtly sexy, and a great option for shoppers who really want to wear a two piece swimsuit, but aren’t comfortable with a lower rise.
In her Playful Promises line, however, satiny, mesh, and lace high waist briefs exist alongside low rise options. “We [...] don’t believe that plus size lingerie should be all high waists and shapewear,” a representative from Playful Promises tells Bustle. “Strappy and low cut garments look just as amazing!” That’s why both are available in this range, so that there truly is a little something for every taste.
The emphasis on extended cup sizes also makes this a standout line. “As a 38HH, I often feel left out of the cooler and sexier lingerie collections,” Gregg tells Bustle. “Even at plus size stores, they will have pretty designs up to a DDD, and then basic bras for larger cup sizes; sometimes I’m sized out altogether.” If there’s one wish Gregg has for the plus size lingerie market, it’s to see more retailers “carry a much larger range of cup sizes in sexy and playful designs that don’t feel matronly or boring.”

Scrolling through images of the Gabifresh x Playful Promises plus size lingerie collection, it’s clear that these are pieces Premme co founder and style blogger Gabi Gregg designed with outspoken, unapologetic sexiness in mind. The 11 item line is a goldmine of mesh and sheer fabrications, harness bras, strappy briefs, and satin pajamas — in other words, every item exudes the aesthetic plus size consumers are regularly discouraged from wearing.

“Plus size women are often desexualized and left feeling like they are not worthy of beautiful lingerie or feeling sexy,” Gregg tells Bustle in an interview. “Seeing representation of bodies that look similar to your own looking confident in skin revealing pieces is really powerful and can be transformative.”

The collection is comprised of predominantly black pieces, available in sizes 12 to 24, and cup sizes 36B to 44I. Mandy of the pieces are high waisted, perhaps an homage to Gregg’s swimsuit collections with swimsuitsforall. Gregg, often heralded the mother of the “fatkini” trend, has designed numerous swimwear lines that similarly rep high waisted styles. They are often retro inspired, subtly sexy, and a great option for shoppers who really want to wear a two piece swimsuit, but aren’t comfortable with a lower rise.

In her Playful Promises line, however, satiny, mesh, and lace high waist briefs exist alongside low rise options. “We don’t believe that plus size lingerie should be all high waists and shapewear,” a representative from Playful Promises tells Bustle. “Strappy and low cut garments look just as amazing!” That’s why both are available in this range, so that there truly is a little something for every taste.

The emphasis on extended shapewear slip cup sizes also makes this a standout line. “As a 38HH, I often feel left out of the cooler and sexier lingerie collections,” Gregg tells Bustle. “Even at plus size stores, they will have pretty designs up to a DDD, and then basic bras for larger cup sizes; sometimes I’m sized out altogether.” If there’s one wish Gregg has for the plus size lingerie market, it’s to see more retailers “carry a much larger range of cup sizes in sexy and playful designs that don’t feel matronly or boring.”

This Luxury E Tailer Is Redefining Fashion

November 9th, 2017 by sexyclothes

It’s barely a few months old, but e commerce site 11 Honoré is already changing the game. Launched this fall by fashion industry veterans Patrick Herning and Kathryn Retzer, the platform offers luxury and designer contemporary clothing in sizes 10 20. (Because, women of all sizes like nice things.) With lust worthy labels like Brandon Maxwell, Prabal Gurung, Monique Lhuillier, and Zac Posen, 11 Honoré is aiming to elevate the extended size arena — and the fashion industry as a whole. We sat down with the founders to hear more.

Kathryn Retzer: We have been friends for 15 years and knew that we were ready to take the next step in our careers to start something together. We both know women in our lives who are luxury customers and struggled to find beautiful clothing in their sizes. We realized that no one was serving her, and based on our combined experience of four decades in fashion, we decided to disrupt the way that fashion approaches our customer and provide her with the most diverse and stylish options out there. Additionally, both of our mothers are the 11 Honoré customer and have struggled to find luxury options in their sizes. Working in the industry, it was difficult for us to see that designers and retailers were not addressing them.

Patrick Herning: We were happy to find an amazing group of designers that are as excited as we are to be part of this platform. Many of them have been dressing this customer through private orders and trunk shows and were well versed in the best looks to offer her. We worked hand in hand to curate a beautiful selection of runway looks from each of the designers we are launching with.
We are also supporting younger brands who want to be size inclusive but don’t have the infrastructure by providing pattern makers, graders, and fit models. While we’re still buying styles from the runway, they are exclusive to 11 Honoré in sizes 10 20.

8 Pieces Of Workout Clothes That’ll Get You Excited To Hit The Gym

November 7th, 2017 by sexyclothes
As a fashion editor, I know the power of a cute sports bra or a new pair of leggings. When you wear something that you look and feel good in, your mood, your vibe, and your confidence levels all change for the better. That’s why having gym clothes you love is so important. If you actually want to wear the pieces you’re going to sweat in, you’ll work out more. And, hey, every bit of motivation counts. Here are eight items that might just make lacing up your sneakers a little easier.
Your sports bra can make or break your workout mojo. This supportive-yet-lightweight option is so comfortable, you’ll want to wear it way after your yoga class ends. The bright color adds a fun pop to any look.
Never underestimate the power of a good statement tank. If you’re trying to get a morning-workout routine going, this top with moisture-wicking fabric will help inspire you to get it done. No snooze button—just get up and go!

As a fashion editor, I know the power shapewear slip. of a cute sports bra or a new pair of leggings. When you wear something that you look and feel good in, your mood, your vibe, and your confidence levels all change for the better. That’s why having gym clothes you love is so important. If you actually want to wear the pieces you’re going to sweat in, you’ll work out more. And, hey, every bit of motivation counts. Here are eight items that might just make lacing up your sneakers a little easier.

Your sports bra can make or break your workout mojo. This supportive-yet-lightweight option is so comfortable, you’ll want to wear it way after your yoga class ends. The bright color adds a fun pop to any look.

Never underestimate the power of a good statement tank. If you’re trying to get a morning-workout routine going, this top with moisture-wicking fabric will help inspire you to get it done. No snooze button—just get up and go!

Last Minute Wedding Packing List

November 4th, 2017 by sexyclothes
Shapewear
You might be prioritizing how to transport your dress to your venue, but don’t you dare forget your undergarments! I’ve got two types of undergarments I’m packing, actually— a Maidenform bra and Maidenform shapewear… though I think my decision is to go with the shapewear. Especially because my wedding falls during that bloaty time of month, it’ll help smooth my tummy, waist, hips and back for the best fit. It’s also made with cooling fabric so I don’t have to worry about overheating. My favorite part is how the shapewear has a skirt, which keeps the silhouette smooth. The low back of the DM1007 style is perfect to hide under my dress and you can choose your best strap option. I also feel more comfortable in my wedding dress with the Maidenform shapewear on as it helps create a barrier between my skin and the heavy dress fabric.
Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue
I’m a bit superstitious myself, and I fully intend to have something old, new, borrowed and blue on me during my wedding day. Something new will be my dress, something old will be my great-grandmother’s wedding gloves, something borrowed will probably be improvised day of, and here’s my something blue. This dainty Safi Kilima Tanzanite bolo bracelet from Diamonds International is the perfect way to work blue in, especially when it’s not part of your wedding color scheme already. The unique design features the tanzanite stones in silver with infinity symbols in between. I like simple bridal jewelry, and this is still sophisticated with the option for different carat sizes. This would also be a great day-of gift for brides or moms!

Shapewear

You might be prioritizing how to transport your dress to your venue, but don’t you dare forget your undergarments! I’ve got two types of undergarments I’m packing, actually— a Maidenform bra and Maidenform shapewear… though I think my decision is to go with the shapewear. Especially because my wedding falls during that bloaty time of month, it’ll help smooth my tummy, waist, hips and back for the best fit. It’s also made with cooling fabric so I don’t have to worry about overheating. My favorite part is how the shapewear has a skirt, which keeps the silhouette smooth. The low back of the DM1007 style is perfect to hide under my dress and you can choose your best strap option. I also feel more comfortable in my wedding dress with the Maidenform shapewear on as it helps create a barrier between my skin and the heavy dress fabric.

Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue

I’m a bit superstitious myself, and I fully intend to have something old, new, borrowed and blue on me during my wedding day. Something new will be my dress, something old will be my great-grandmother’s wedding gloves, something borrowed will probably be improvised day of, and here’s my something blue. This dainty Safi Kilima Tanzanite bolo bracelet from Diamonds International is the perfect way to work blue in, especially when it’s not part of your wedding color scheme already. The unique design features the tanzanite stones in silver with infinity symbols in between. I like simple bridal jewelry, and this is still sophisticated with the option for different carat sizes. This would also be a great day-of gift for brides or moms!

Best shapewear slip for women

November 3rd, 2017 by sexyclothes
After nine months of carrying your baby, you may want to bring your pre-natal body back with minimal effort. After all, you still need to breastfeed, burp, play, and care for your baby. With the best postpartum belly band, you can regain your body back faster and it helps minimize any discomfort that is common after giving birth.
We had a friend test three postpartum belly bands a week after she gave birth. She tested one postpartum belly band for a week to ensure that she has maximized the use of each belly band. She shared her opinions and views about all three on the article below.
Goege Waist Trimmer Belt-Postpartum Postnatal Recovery Support Girdle
The first postpartum belly band that our friends have tested is the Goege Waist Trimmer Belt-Postpartum Postnatal Recovery Support Girdle. It is a breathable belly band with a stretchable fabric that can help you regain your old body back. It is comfortable to wear over your clothes and it can be adjusted due to the Velcro strap attached to it. In addition to this, it can help you lose weight and trim the fat on your tummy because it will allow you to sweat more because it is a sauna body wrap. Apart from aiding in weight loss, it can also improve your posture and tone your abs. Moreover, it can help emphasize your curves.
Conclusion
That sums up our review for the best postpartum belly band and our choice for the best postpartum belly band is the 3 in 1 Postpartum Support – Recovery Belly Belt Shapewear. We based our results on the opinion of our friend who tried all the bands. She said that the results were more evident when she used this band and it was extremely comfortable to wear even for a long period of time. It also helped eliminate any discomforts that she felt during the first few weeks after she gave birth. Based on our opinion, it was also able to provide the best value for the money because you are paying for three products for the price of one.After nine months of carrying your baby, you may want to bring your pre-natal body back with minimal effort. After all, you still need to breastfeed, burp, play, and care for your baby. With the best postpartum belly band, you can regain your body back faster and it helps minimize any discomfort that is common after giving birth.We had a friend test three postpartum belly bands a week after she gave birth. She tested one postpartum belly band for a week to ensure that she has maximized the use of each belly band. She shared her opinions and views about all three on the article below.

Goege Waist Trimmer Belt-Postpartum Postnatal Recovery Support Girdle

The first postpartum belly band that our friends have tested is the Goege Waist Trimmer Belt-Postpartum Postnatal Recovery Support Girdle. It is a breathable belly band with a stretchable fabric that can help you regain your old body back. It is comfortable to wear over your clothes and it can be adjusted due to the Velcro strap attached to it. In addition to this, it can help you lose weight and trim the fat on your tummy because it will allow you to sweat more because it is a sauna body wrap. Apart from aiding in weight loss, it can also improve your posture and tone your abs. Moreover, it can help emphasize your curves.

Conclusion

That sums up our review for the best postpartum belly band and our choice for the best postpartum belly band is the 3 in 1 Postpartum Support – Recovery Belly Belt Shapewear. We based our results on the opinion of our friend who tried all the bands. She said that the results were more evident when she used this band and it was extremely comfortable to wear even for a long period of time. It also helped eliminate any discomforts that she felt during the first few weeks after she gave birth. Based on our opinion, it was also able to provide the best value for the money because you are paying for three products for the price of one.