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I received a call from our local Dallas Business Journal last week. They'd seen all the National press we have been receiving lately so asked to stop bycheap viagraHerRoom and HisRoom headquarters. I shared with them all the new things we're doing to make online shopping of lingerie and underwear a ...
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Shapewear Can Be Dangerous?

In the last few years, shapewear has grown in popularity as women have discovered this easy way to smooth and trim their figures under clothing. Well now, doctors are weighing in and there are claims that wearing shapewear can pose a danger to your health.Stomach Issues - It's been reported that som ...
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We've all been there. You're trying on bras that are supposed to be your correct sizecialis en lignebut the fit just isn't right. Maybe your breasts don't fill out the top cups perfectly or your straps keep falling off. These are both signs that you're not wearing the bra style that's right for you ...
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There can be too much of a good thing and actress Kat Dennings proved it at a recent appearance at a network party with overdone cleavage. Not only does the dress look about 3 sizes too small on top but it looks like her bra choice (or lack of) didn't help much either. Her cleavage looks suffocating ...
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I was recently asked by the media to share my observations on the latest trends and new styles in the world of men's underwear. While men's underwear for the most part stays very basic, a change that took place a few years ago that has picked up popularity is the contour pouch.What is a contour pouc ...
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 To celebrate her 40th birthday recently, Sofia Vergara chose the beaches of Mexico where she wore an unbeachy get up for the occassion. While most fashion critics were distracted by the golden rod design on the crotch area of her dress, I wasviagradistracted by her cleavage.I can't help it, bu ...
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Just when I thought I had my lingerie history down, an earth shattering discovery is made. For decades, historians believed the beginning of any bra-like garments first appeared in the 1800's. Then, in the 1930's, the first patented bra styles that we would relate to today were created a few decades ...
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