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Amy Salinger, New York, NY Vendor: Stylist Website: Amy Salinger About Me: Fashion has always made me tick. Having lived in Boston, Chicago and New York City, I have learned from “real” people that style is what makes each individual look and feel fabulous. I personally teach that there is no such thing as having “nothing to wear”. My techniques are proven to save time and money by understanding what you own, knowing how to use it and how to develop it. Buy what you need. Use what you have.
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I love a good throwback, and I definitely love it even more when it complements a real woman’s body! A la the “Mad Men” era, women were sultry, sensual and most of all, complimented for their curves - their real, round, voluptuous curves! Ah, the days of yonder. ;)

One of the most fabulous things about this era, is that styles were really meant to fit and accentuate these oh so wonderful waves -the up, the down, the contour of every angle. With actual curves being a fad of the past, it is often hard for the rest of the real world to find beautifully tailored items that show off their ’09 curves.

Swimsuit season is certainly no exception. The one piece seems to have become even scarcer in reference to providing material. So, I did my homework ladies and found a suit that is here to protect and serve! This is a great suit to add to your honeymoon trousseau. The rouched body, sweetheart neckline and halter strap is screaming for a curvy lady to throw it on! It has all of the ingredients to be stylish and comfortable on a sunny day for any lady that isn’t necessarily a fan of the pool.

Let’s talk details here. The rouching effect is a perfect complement to anyone who feels their mid-section isn’t up to snuff. The loosely bunched material gives a distracting effect that actually draws attention away from any overt imperfections. Moving up… the criss-cross bust is a perfect support system for any woman that feels her chest sometimes has a life of its own. It actually gives the effect of a full-blown bra by having under breast support. And now that the girls are so nicely held up, it is no surprise that you would want to show off a bit of your sexy, curvy cleavage! The sweetheart neckline is a busty girl’s best friend - support, style and sex-appeal all in one! Add a halter strap for complete support and your curves have never been so happy to be on display! And of course I have to give a shout out to the coverage on the bottom half of the suit. It is rare these days to find a swimsuit that has all bases covered, but this seems to have curvy women running for water!!!

Jantzen “Vamp” Maillot Swimsuit
$100.00

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