Friday, 30 December 2011

Plan your own style of homecoming dress

Most young girl will eagerly wait for thrilling time of the year homecoming and they like to present herself in a perfect manner. If your desire dresses is not found then plan to design your fitted homecoming dresses by yourself at affordable prices. Many magazines will provide sources of ideas for the appearance you want to accomplish. After finding the elements for your desire dress, next step will be to make outline of the dress. 
The outline design must be in different styles and mainly the designed style should suits to your body style. It can be supportive to try on different styles at department stores. Now you can modify your sketches with some designs to create the flatters looks. After you have created your outline and design of desire dress give it to perfect professional dressmaker and they will stitch dress as your wish. Enjoy your homecoming in your own designed fitted dress.

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Friday, 9 December 2011

Jessica Simpson’s enjoying her pregnancy

Jessica Simpson is enjoying her pregnancy with her fiancé Eric Johnson. Both were in eager to welcome their first child. She said that she realized the first moment of her baby that made her to cry. Simpson began her dating in May 2010 and announced the following November, after he finalized his divorce from his first wife, that they are engaged.

 No wedding data has announced. While in November Simpson said her pregnancy caused her to crave fruits like cantaloupe, she recently told Ray that she's also been craving peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

"This week it's peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, toasted," she said. "And then, I'll put some salt on my hand like I'm taking a tequila shot and then take a bite of the sandwich."

The singer opened her own line of diamond jewelry with Zale’s and also teamed up with celebrity aesthetician Nerida Joy to launch BeautyMint , an online portal that sells anti-aging skincare. She is also lending her fashion business sense to up-and-coming designers on the NBC reality series "Fashion Star" as a adviser.

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