Here are a few places that I’ve shopped. I hope you have as much fun as I have. Be sure to follow my blog for discounts, giveaways, new products, etc.
Shopping online is easy, you can usually get a better deal, and almost always can find a coupon without rummaging through your bag.
Women don’t always wear pants that have pockets, and if they did, do you think it would be attractive to see a woman with a bulge in her pockets? Most women carry more than just her keys, wallet, and cell phones.
Plus where would be put your stuff when you ask us to hold it?
Dressing up is something most take for granted, but there are actually several reasons why people wear clothes. It’s not something usually thought about, but the truth is garments play a critical part in everyday life. Someone asked me if I had a superpower what would it be? It certainly would not be x-ray vision. Please wear clothes.. 😉
Jewelry has been a part of human culture for thousands of years. The oldest piece of jewelry in existence today dates back almost 100,000 years. How has jewelry survived and evolved throughout history? Why is jewelry such an intrinsic part of our everyday life? Jewelry can express the status of a person, or signify membership in a particular group.
Have you ever wondered how the scarf developed into the popular fashion accessory it is today? With a history that begins with ancient Egyptians and touches upon Croatian, Chinese and French cultures, scarves, wraps and shawls have quite a record.
Although the T-shirt is a staple piece of outerwear today for both genders, it originally started out as an undergarment for men. Since then, it has undergone many transformations – from the tie-dyed, baggy tee to the tight fitting tank top. Additionally, the overall length, cut, fabric, and printing methods also continue to advance. Ironically, people now wear undergarments, like sports bras, underneath their T-shirts, despite the fact that it was once used for the same purpose. After one hundred years of evolution, the appearance of the shirt is still constantly changing.
Yoga originated in India within the Hindu culture. Nobody knows exactly “who” invented it. Though all the details of the ancient civilization of India are not available to us, sacred texts, collectively referred to as the Vedas are sacred to Hindu religion.