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Dear Shapewear Diary: Thoughts about the Shapewear Experience II

14 Jul

By Eva Ceinture
Cupid Intimates


This is the second in a series of blog posts conveying one woman’s thoughts about shapewear. 

 

Underwire Camisole with Molded Fabric Cups / Firm Control

Dear Shapewear Diary,

Today, I ventured into the world of body-shaping camisoles with underwire molded cups.  I gravitated towards underwire cups hoping to gain the support of a bra, in addition to a little torso smoothing.  I wore the cami with a lightweight, knit top and a dark, denim, knee-length skirt.  When I’ve worn this same top in the past without a cami, bra lines have been visible along my back; but with this cami, my back was smooth. […]

Dear Shapewear Diary: Thoughts about the Shapewear Experience I

5 Jul

By  Eva Ceinture
Cupid Intimates

 

What follows is the first in a series of blog posts in which I’ll be reviewing shapewear I’ve worn.  I’ll be conveying how different control levels feel, and how various shapewear features work, with the goal of empowering you when you shop for shapewear on your own.  I’ll make sure to tell you which types of outfits I wore with which shapewear pieces. This should help you select the best types of shapewear to address your various fashion needs. […]

Selecting Shapewear for Your Prom Dress

5 May

Marcy Montgomery Jones
Naomi & Nicole®

If you’re in high school, you’ve probably been daydreaming of Prom Night since you were a freshman.  You’ve wondered, “Who will I go with,” “What will I look like,” and “Will I remember the night forever?”  (Your mom probably can’t believe you’ve reached this rite of passage so quickly.)  It’s that time of year when every high-school girl can, for one night, feel like a star by going to her prom. […]

There Once Was a Shaper from Dublin. . .

17 Mar

By Marcy Montgomery Jones & Adam Welsch
Naomi & Nicole®

Today’s St. Patrick’s Day.  It’s the day on which everyone loves to embrace all things Irish.  Leprechauns, shamrocks, and the color green will be seen everywhere.  Since we’re bloggers, we’d like to contribute to the Irish spirit with several attempts at some light-hearted poetry that takes its name from Ireland’s third largest city – Limerick.  Though these can be written a bit on the racy side, we’ll do our best to keep our limericks about intimates cute, but clean.

Here goes:

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