No swim guide would be complete without addressing the swimwear needs of petite fashionistas. Here are some basic tips: – Look for small scale prints, straps and other embellishments – High cut bottoms make your legs look longer – Halters, Deep V necks and Monokinis can elongate your body.
We picked through the good, the bad and the just plain ugly. The lowdown on what’s hot and shot for summer 2011 swimwear.
Going to the beach or the pool is possibly one of the more stressful occasions in a lady’s summer. We all worry about those lumps and bumps that used to hide under our clothes (our oh-so-safe clothes!) that will now be out for the world to see. Well, as a seemingly natural extension of Spanx […]
For most women buying a swimsuit is right up there with going to the dentist- something you have to do, but not necessarily something you WANT to do. So I put together some tips to take the pain out of buying swimsuits. How to Buy a Swimsuit The Rules You’ll have no reason not to […]
The Deal: Designer Boat Shoes on Sale at Zappos The Lowdown: These pseudo-preppy flats, have nothing to do with boats, nor even preppiness, anymore. Now they come in so many styles and colors that you can add them to almost any look. They’re casual and comfortable–great for running errands, walking around, etc.–and will add a […]
The Deal: Platforms and Flatforms on Sale at Endless.com
The Deal: Shop Vintage-Inspired Frye Sandals on Sale at Zappos
What: H&M’s WaterAid 2011 Collection hits stores in the first week of May. What they Say: Every summer H&M sells an exclusive bikini – and more recently a whole swimwear collection – where 10% of the proceeds are donated to WaterAid. H&M has collaborated with the international charity WaterAid since 2002.
Hey Budget Fashionista! After getting your book, I finally went and got measured for a bra for the first time in over 4 years. My size went from a DD to a DDD/E, no more Victoria’s Secret for me. Do you know where I can find a great sportsbra on a budget?
Finding a bra that provides support and comfort can be like trying to find a needle in a haystack: frustrating, tedious, and nearly impossible. When you find your size, try these bra-fitting tips: