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These are the winners to Boutique Flourish Cover Magazines!!
Congrats To the Designers and the adorable kids who modeled them and all 3 winners will get they own page..remember to sign up for next months..and please remember to read the rules.
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This is a 2 piece set and will be recreated for your sweetheart in size 12M-6. White gauze flowy top with a beautiful black flower with glistening stones in the center, which is removeable. This sweet top will just flow as your sweetheart walks, along with the super comfy capris, black with white embroidered flowers.
Created By: *giggle*girls*
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What do you think? Should celebrities be allowed to trademark their children's names?
'Shiloh' is not the most popular baby name in the world, but does obscurity give Angelina Jolie and her daughter Shiloh blah blah blah Jolie-Pitt the right to trademark it?
To protect her daughter's name, Jolie filed a notice of opposition with the U.S. Trademark and Patent Office. "The notice of opposition alleges that you will be damaged by the pending trademark," says Thomas M. Wilentz, a trademark attorney in New York City. "Angelina must feel that people applying for 'Shiloh' need to get her consent."
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If you are looking for a fun and creative way to make bracelets, look no further. Glue bracelets are not only easy to make, but will capture the eye of your friends because of their trendy look
Fun for the kids to do on those rainy Days!!!!
Click on the title and it will show you how...have fun
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Yes, the weight of the average American is steadily rising and vanity sizing is everywhere, but are the mannequins getting bigger too?
The Chicago Tribune an interesting piece on mannequins, those slim beauties gracing store windows. The average mannequin is six inches taller and six sizes smaller than the average American woman and as we get bigger the mannequins set a less realistic example of what the clothes will look like on your body. Mannequins often reflect fashion trends, current mannequins have larger bottoms and are more curvaceous, some even resembling women with breast implants. In the article, body image expert and professor of psychology at Missouri State University in Springfield, Brooke L. Whisenhunt, says that "anytime you see clothing on the mannequin or model there's pressure to look like them and fit into the clothes." The recent deaths of anorexic models have made some think of reevaluating the slim ideal of the mannequin. Mannequins in a size 8 instead of the traditional 4 to 6 are becoming the norm and the demand for plus-sized mannequins is on the rise. What do you think Styledashers, would you rather have a mannequin that reflects your size or one that reflect the designers' idea.
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