Dress


Women’s clothing and the blame game

Janet Sahm | 07 September 2012

Without saying a word, what you wear influences how people respond to your beauty. Perhaps it’s not that bikinis reveal too much, but too little.


Customize dresses for your body type

Katie Hinderer | 20 July 2011
I figured eShakti would be the same as most other online retailers – short dresses made for someone closer to 5’2” than 5’10”. But the site lets you customize the dress of your choice for a mere $7.50 more.

Wedding dresses, where is the originality?

Tamara El-Rahi | 22 September 2010
In recent times however I must admit to feeling a tinge of disappointment. There is so much exposed skin with strapless creations, plunging necklines, and backless gowns. Every bride is stunning, of course, but dress-wise wouldn’t it be nice to see something different?

Guys: speak up, go shopping

Katie Hinderer | 10 May 2010
Dads, brothers, close friends or relatives need to take advantage of the situation and speak up when they see a girl close to them dressing or behaving in a way that is not in keeping with their true worth.
 
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