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Sexy Lingerie is Right for You

  • Posted on April 30, 2014 at 7:27 am
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It is widely known that each woman wants to feel beautiful whatever age they are, and nothing compares to the confidence boost that comes from feeling sexy. Owning good sets of Wholesale Sexy Lingerie that is soft to touch and ultimately feminine can make the difference for a woman no matter what the occasion.
Not all women purchase lingerie for the sake of showing it to that special guy, in fact many women buy lingerie for either collecting them, or simply for wearing them because they make them feel good every single time. It is important for women to know their body well enough to be able to purchase pieces that make their body look great when wearing sexy lingerie.

Buying lingerie so that the special guy will be knocked almost out of breath means that one has to know what parts of one’s body he would like to see. One will have to consider undergarments that appeal to his senses more than what is one’s more personal preference.

For emphasis on the breast area, a corset is the best option to take, as this can accent the breasts in the most comfortable and alluring way. The natural curves of the breasts are emphasized, and most corsets are made to give an extra lift for the breasts, making them look attractively fuller and more rounded.

For more emphasis on the thighs and buttocks area, then babydoll styles can do the trick, as well as thongs and stockings. The babydoll style draws attention to the figure as it resembles a mini dress, while it is short enough to emphasize the legs. Thongs emphasize the buttocks, and

Whatever sexy lingerie you choose, make sure the lingerie can make you feel comfortable and charming as well. You are able to buy sexy lingerie in Right here, you can also take a glance at the Wholesale C Strings we offer you with reasonable prices.

Shop It Now: The Mesh Cut Out Skirt and Top Set

  • Posted on April 29, 2014 at 2:14 am

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The price: US$ 5.6

The Style: 3 colors (red, black, white)

Why we shop it now: Designer sweetheart cut on the top catches our eyes as it launched. The high-waisted stripes matching skirt on the bottom completes the set. Made from 100% Polyester, you will feel cool and comfortable when wearing it, so it will be a perfect dress for the hot summer days. Anyway, the skirt and top set design follows the latest trend and will never go out of fashion. Available in 3 colors, red, black and white, you can pick the color that can highlight your skin tone.

Girls, what are you waiting for? Just add it to your wardrobe and show off your sexiness in this stylish set. Pictures are shown as follows:

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President Obama Saves FLOTUS From A Marilyn Monroe Moment

  • Posted on April 24, 2014 at 6:46 am

Chivalry isn’t dead, ladies!

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama were in Austin, Texas on April 10 for a speaking engagement at the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library. While heading to and returning from the event commemorating the landmark Civil Rights Act, Michelle encountered strong gusts of wind that nearly blew up her black-and-blue striped skirt.

Thankfully, Barack was by his wife every step of the way and was able to save FLOTUS from a Marilyn Monroe moment. They seemed to laugh at the embarrassing situation, however, we would’ve been distraught at the thought of photographers’ cameras going off.

We can only describe this as the most graceful (and stylish) way to avoid a windy wardrobe malfunction. Way to go, Barack!

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Julia Roberts Opens Up About Her Half-Sister’s Death

  • Posted on April 22, 2014 at 8:18 am

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Julia Roberts looks radiant on the cover of WSJ Magazine, but her smile doesn’t mask the fact that it’s been a rough few months for the actress.

Roberts’ half-sister, Nancy Motes, died of a drug overdose in February, and allegedly left a suicide note that reportedly made reference to a rift within her family.

“It’s just heartbreak,” Roberts said when asked about Motes’ death. “It’s only been 20 days. There aren’t words to explain what any of us have been through in these last 20 days. It’s hour by hour some days, but you just keep looking ahead.”

As her eyes began to well up, she added, “You don’t want anything bad to happen to anyone, but there are so many tragic, painful, inexplicable things in the world. But [as with] any situation of challenge and despair, we must find a way, as a family. It’s so hard to formulate a sentence about it outside the weepy huddle of my family.”

The 46-year-old, who stars in the upcoming HBO movie “The Normal Heart, also spoke to the magazine about the downside of stardom.

“I think there is a dehumanization that goes with fame, especially in the present culture of it, which isn’t the culture I started off in. There wasn’t this analysis of every iota of every moment of every day,” she explained of the days before the 24-hour news cycle and TMZ’s cameramen at seemingly every turn. “Nobody cared about what you wore, nobody cared what haircut you had, if you had on makeup or didn’t — it’s become this sort of sport.”

And that type of attention doesn’t suit Roberts. Despite how famous she may be, she doesn’t think she’s a celebrity.

“I don’t consider myself a celebrity, [at least not] how it is fostered in our culture today,” she told the magazine. “I don’t know if I’m old and slow, but there seems to be a frenzy to it.”

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