Today I came to show the look I used yesterday to find friends, a wonderful look, super comfortable and is the face of summer !!! I wore a white skirt with a body deusooo by Petit Rosè !!!! You can use the body still in shorts and also with pants pantalona, is super chic! I simply loved my look !!!
I wish that helped. But after 58 years of being female, I’ve come to the conclusion that a healthy, positive body image is hard to find, and neither caftans nor liposuction nor photoshopping is the answer.
This seems to be one of those puzzles you can tackle from any angle, a Rubik’s cube of bad feelings, unhealthy attitudes, and unforeseen consequences. (It’s great that we shifted away from the preceding centuries’ proscription against women exercising and getting sweaty. But who knew we’d wind up in a world in which we’re expected to weight train ourselves back into “bikini ready” shape six weeks after giving birth?)
This is not a tirade against the tabloids or the beauty industry. The tabloids produce crap, but people (mostly women) buy it: pictures of the overweight (they’ve let themselves go!), the enhanced and shapely (you, too, can look like this if you eat garlic and grapefruit!), and the shame-on-her-for-getting-too-skinny (as if no tabloid editor can imagine how a six-foot starlet came to think 130 pounds is obese). The beauty industry sees opportunity and shoots for it. The question is, how do we keep ourselves from being the opportunity, from seeing the mirror—and food, and other women—as the enemy? And how do we make all this stuff less terrible for our daughters, our nieces, the 19-year-old who feels her life will be ruined without breast implants?
I don’t expect little girls and teenagers to fend for themselves in this matter; we have to save them and—just as if we’re on a plunging airplane—we have to start by saving ourselves. We need to make friends with the mirror. Even if it’s DIY aversive therapy, in which you look at yourself in the mirror for one minute one day, then two the next, then three, you have to be able to bear the sight of yourself. (Must you bend over a compact and closely examine the drooping underside of your chin? No.) You cannot be a healthy person, let alone hope for healthy children, if you sigh and moan every time you encounter your own image, eat a cookie, or see an airbrushed supermodel on a billboard. Even if it amounts to wholesale pretending—go pretend. Walk around pretending to be a woman who likes her body. Pretend you think your thighs are not disgusting appurtenances but normal, flesh-covered limbs that help you get from place to place. Likewise your not-so-taut arms and not-so-flat tummy. Because every step toward self-love you take, and every inch of confidence you give someone’s daughter, makes the world a better place.
So stop. Stop talking to the girls in your life about “healthy eating” if what you actually mean is, “Your 11-year-old stomach isn’t flat and it freaks me out.” They will hear what you mean; they will not believe a dinner of four grilled shrimp and a spoonful of blueberries is really healthy. (Psychology research shows that even 5-year-old girls know a diet when they see it.) Stop criticizing other women’s bodies for sport or to soothe yourself.
Not forgetting that Christmas is not simply Santa’s day, to receive gifts, but rather the day of Jesus’ birth! It is the real reason to celebrate with our families, it is the true spirit of Christmas! May the Christmas night be a lot of love, reflection, a time to be with the family and with whom we love a lot !!!
Some guys push weight, and others just carry it around. While heavyset dudes have a different set of rules for looking good, there’s some crossover with so-called “skinny-fat” guys who are by no means obese, but may have a spare tire under their shirts. It can be hard finding stuff that fits perfectly when your size is somewhere between “smedium” and “mlarge,” but there are some good guidelines for finding clothes that actually flatter your body.
The trick is to wear stuff that highlights the right areas while diverting people’s eyes from your midsection. Good thing there are plenty of clothes that do just that, and you don’t even have to take a trip to tailor to always get that effect—although, we’ll point out, a good tailor is someone most guys need anyway. From what kind of jeans to buy to how your T-shirts should fit, these style tips will do much more for your stomach than just sucking in all day.
Saturday at the Huck’s Cauldron show, at Angelica’s 40th birthday party, actress Carolina Diekcmann swept her look, she looked wonderful! She wore a little dress that left her belly to show.
You can make beaded tassel earrings long or short, thin or full. The most important aspect is that beaded tassel earrings should have movement – they need to swing when you turn your head and sway with smaller movements. To put it simply, they need to flow.
These tassels have bright red glass leaf accent beads that look like hearts on the end of each strand. These beads are perfect for Valentine’s Day projects. The accent beads provide a little extra weight on each tassel to keep them straight and add a pop of color.
Add the ear wire by twisting the loop open to the side with your pliers and sliding on the tassel. Close the loop of the earwire by twisting in the opposite direction.
Enjoy your lovely heart tassel earrings!
An accessory that continues to be successful and is the face of summer are theTASSEL earrings !!!! Earrings are fringed pendants, they are beautiful , colorfuland brighten any look !!! A charm! I like the longest, but all are very beautiful and wonderful !!!! Look at some looks with Tassel earrings to get inspired: