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Oklahoma-based LA9 Clothing offers six basics made of circular knit — a wrap, camisole, leggings, two tunics and a boot-cut capri. Sold through her online catalog company and trunk shows, the pieces are made to be mixed and matched or worn with other garments in a woman’s closet. Prices range from $59 to $79. Little Bit of Country in Sapulpa also carries the collection. “It’s classy, clean, fresh, and people can wear it anywhere they choose to go,” she said of the clothing. “You feel comfortable and well-dressed wherever you go. It really is versatile, and I think women especially now are looking for clothing like this. They don’t have a lot of time. I’m a mom and busy and I don’t have time to change clothes three times a day. The Eve tunic can be worn as a short dress or scrunched up as a top. Shaper elements are built into the leggings and camisole. The Vivian wrap can be worn six ways. Shibley said it’s all made in America, and she’s especially proud of the quality. “I am literally still wearing some of the first pieces from the collection. They don’t pill, don’t wear out. The business has evolved into more than she expected, but she said she just listened to her customers. “It really wasn’t me doing it. It was customers saying this is what I do with these clothes, how I wear them. After graduating from Oklahoma State University in 2002 with a degree in elementary education, she married, later became pregnant and started the search for clothes that were soft and comfortable. She found none. After the birth of her son, she still wanted clothes that were as comfortable as pajamas but looked pulled together enough to go out in public. Again, nothing. “Then, finally I went into my closet and cut up old clothes and pinned them together. I took them to my mother, a seamstress, and she was like, ‘What do you want me to do with this. Source: newsok.com
off your tinfoil in solidarity, for these are dark times for the truther movement in celebrity pregnancy. Of course, we know that truthing is always a lonely path, which the dedicated conspiracist is fated to tread with only countless other wingnuts and the odd US presidential hopeful for company. But advances in technology, coupled with regressions in self-esteem, mean that it has never been easier for our celebrity rulers to counter claims that they are faking their pregnancies. Only this week, Kim Kardashian decided to crack down on speculation that she was doing what so many celebrities do: faking a pregnancy using an ever-expanding set of state-of-the-art prosthetics for all trips out of the home for at least six... Their corners of the internet teem with snaps of her bump looking a bit smaller on a day after it has looked a bit bigger, with QED captions that tantalisingly decline to address the fact that the only thing more of a hassle than being pregnant... Consider this batshit form of picture research the Loose Change of the pregnancy truther movement, and realise that the less supportive of Kim’s Spandex separates are just more lies put out by the Pentagon. But inevitably, as far as celebrity pregnancy conspiracies go, the mother of them all – or rather, of none of them – was Katie Holmes, whose union with noted Scientologist Tom Cruise created the perfect storm of circumstances to render the idea of... A rundown of all the theories about the Cruise-Holmes progeny would be impossible in this space: suffice to say that little Suri Cruise was widely accepted, among people who widely accept such things, to have been spawned in some quasi-magical... Biggest traction was achieved by the idea that she was carried by a brainwashed surrogate out at Gold Base , the Church’s heavily fortified international headquarters in the California desert. You probably think the fact that Suri emerged after nine months looking an adorable cross between her parents as a counter to several of these assumptions – but then, you probably think the CIA. Source: www.theguardian.com
Is it news when Kim Kardashian posts a nude photo of herself. Well, this time…yes. In the grand tradition of Demi Moore, Cindy Crawford, Christina Aguilera and a red carpet’s worth of other celebrities (ever think you’d see the day where Kim Kardashian is mentioned amongst those women. ), America’s foremost selfie expert has posted a photo of herself nude while pregnant with her second child on her Instagram account. An accompanying caption signals that this isn’t the normal #breaktheinternet cry for attention from the greatest hazard to the World Wide Web’s stability, but instead an act of body image empowerment, attacking those who have attacked her... The proof, Kardashian says, is in the baby bump. As she writes, people have been dissecting photos of her that they perceived to be skinnier or fatter than others, coming to the conclusion that the inconsistencies in body size meant she was faking her pregnancy. (The perils of being among the most famous women in the world: the already offensive celebrity rumor mill spins even more despicably when you become pregnant. Right, Beyoncé. She addresses reports that she’s really using a surrogate and padding herself to make her look like she’s the one carrying the child. “I think you all know me well enough to know I would document the process if I got a surrogate,” she writes. This is the woman who published a book of 352 photos of herself. She has a point. First they say I'm too skinny so I have to be faking it. Now they say I'm too big so I have to be faking it. SMH. Some days I'm photographed before I eat & look smaller, some days I've just eaten & I look bigger. It's all a part of the process. I think you all know me well enough to know I would document the process if I got a surrogate. Everyone's body is different, every pregnancy is very different. I've learned to love my body at every stage. I'm going to get even bigger & that's beautiful too. I'm blessed to even be pregnant & even luckier to not have preeclampsia as far as I know, so I don't have the swelling issue this time. They also say your body carries a boy different than a girl. Whatever the case may be I'm grateful to God for this miracle & no matter what rumors or comments you throw my way this time they truly don't affect me. #NoFilter #NoPhotoShop #GoodLighting Source: www.thedailybeast.com
and IR3535 (which the CDC said are safe for pregnant women, nursing women and babies older than 2 months). Additionally, travelers are "strongly urged" to treat their clothing and gear with a repellant called permethrin and sleep in rooms with screens and ...