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What To Look For When Buying Sexy Lingerie

By Jovia D'Souza

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Want to make your partner go gaga over you? Want to add some spice to your romantic life? Choosing the right set of lingerie will work wonders for your love life. Watch your partner's eyes light up in mischief and lust when he looks at you dressed like a sexy little cat. Apart from bringing back the magic in your lives, sexy lingerie can be a huge confidence booster for you as well, as it is the perfect chance for you to flaunt your hot body and take pride in shedding off those extra kilos. You will realize the perks of sweating it out at the gyms for months together, when you see your fabulous body in the mirror. So how do you choose the right lingerie for your body? Here are a few tips that can help you:

1. Get your size right

This is the first mantra that you need to remember when you go lingerie shopping. You have to choose garments that fit your perfectly. Never choose something too tight in an effort to accentuate your curves and look sexy. Very tight clothes can make you feel uncomfortable and will cause redness/rashes to your skin. If you want to enjoy the feel of the soft fabric on you and show off your body in style, choose the size that fits you perfectly.

2. Don't go overboard with styles

While lace and satin may sound quite exotic, they do not go well with all kinds of bodies. Also, if you have never worn these fabrics before, you may feel uncomfortable with your skin showing in between the laces or drifting away from the softness of satin. The sexy look from the lingerie doesn't come from the shortness or style of the garments; it comes from your comfort, attitude and enjoyment. Choose styles that you are comfortable in so that you can enjoy wearing them.

3. Be aware of your budget

Lingerie, sexy ones at that, comes in various fabrics and designs. The price ranges are highly fluctuating for each of these patterns. Therefore, you need to be clear on the budget that you have in mind for buying lingerie sets. Visit a few shops to know about the patterns available and get quotes from at least 3 different suppliers for the materials of your choice. Check on reputed online sites for the price of the same material and then make a judicious decision of where you want to buy them from. Never buy the first set that you lay your hands on. Shop around for designs and quotes to be aware of the rates.

4. Body Type

You should choose lingerie that suits your body shape, height, curves, size and other important parameters. For example, tall women look great in lingerie that has vertical stripes. Women with a smaller chest can choose detailed brassieres to make their bosom look heavier. They can also take the attention away from their chest by showing off their long, beautiful legs. These are just some of the tips that will help you accentuate the highlights of your body in a good way.


5 Of the Worst Menswear Fashion Trends Ever

By A Luke

Menswear fashion trends change all the time, from bright, vivid patterns to simpler block colors, it's hard to keep up. However, not all of these trends have been the most visually pleasing, and some have been downright stupid. This article will cover the worst menswear fashion trends we have seen, from terrible 80's mistakes you would rather forget and modern day disasters that are best avoided.

The Worst Shoe Ever

Crocs exploded in popularity somewhere around the early 2000's, popping up everywhere from beaches to gardens. While they do have a practical appeal, being resilient and waterproof, they are unfortunately completely hideous. Crocs have an ugly design that is too square and bulky, and come in a range of disgusting colors, from sickly green to putrid pink. This terrible shoe trend will hopefully be forgotten about soon, and never be mentioned again!

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The Ugliest Kind of Suits

In the 1980's, a trend emerged in the United Kingdom that must have baffled many other countries; the dreaded shell suit. These polyester monstrosities were worn by men across the county, usually in an array of bright colors and fabrics. While originally marketed as sport training wear, they became a mainstay of many people's wardrobes in the 80's and into the 90's, and are probably a part of British history that we should erase from the school books.

Pull Up Those Jeans!

Originating in US prison systems - were prisoners were prevented from using belts - this strange fashion trend of letting your trousers fall down your waist has permeated deep into modern day culture. From Justin Bieber to Lil Wayne, everybody seems to need to buy a belt these days. This look is slowly dying out, with smarter, designer menswear becoming increasingly popular on the high street every day.

Bell-Bottom Disasters

During the 60's and the 'summer of love', a revolution occurred with the creation of the subculture. The word 'hippie' entered the popular lexicon, and fashions were transformed, with flowers, beads and tie-dye appearing everywhere. One of these new fashions was flared trousers, which was actually first worn by sailors in the 19th century. However, they probably should have stayed in the 19th century, as they were not only unflattering, but looked ridiculous.

The Ultimate Fashion Faux Pas

Sandals with socks are perhaps the biggest fashion mistake that still so many men make year upon year! This has been a hated trend since whoever first came up with this horrible combination. Please, everyone, if you are going to wear sandals leave your socks at home!

7 Wireless Trends

By Kristy M Lopez

I remember the days when wireless was about free phones, basic phones, just talking, and about getting wireless service based on what worked where you lived. These were the days where texting was unheard of - consumers just wanted to pick the phone up and actually make a phone call. These were also the days where people didn't want to access the Internet via cell phone; and social networking wasn't even a thought in people's minds yet. Marketing consisted of networking physically, making phone calls, and sending emails (via an actual computer, not by cell phone).

This certainly isn't the case any longer. Social networking is the fastest way to connect with anyone anywhere in the world; more consumers have Smartphones than basic phones; people expect to be able to access the internet, their social networks, and email on the go with their phones and tablets; and consumers expect to pay for their Smartphones - no more free phones.

This is why I am so in awe of cell phone stores who still have Free Phone signs out front. Is that outdated sign really bringing in any customers at all? Okay, maybe a couple... you know... the one's who are going to deactivate in a month because they want a cell phone, but don't want to pay the bill... 

FYI - if a customer is truly looking for a free phone, sell them on prepaid. This way, when they deactivate in a month it won't hurt your commissions, or increase your deactivation percentage.

In any case, there are some predictions for 2014 in the wireless industry that I think you'll find we are certainly on track for.

Wireless isn't going anywhere. As a matter of fact, wireless is getting stronger and stronger with the tablets, netbooks, Smartphones, etc. that are used to connect people, businesses, consumers with businesses, and businesses to businesses on a 24/7 basis. If your company hasn't jumped on the technology bandwagon... you'd better do it quickly before you're left out in the dust.

Wireless data plans will be important. As wireless is used so much more in the workplace, so will data. Ensuring the right data plans are selected for employees will be very important to ensure that employees will have consistent access to data and to ensure the bills don't become outrageous from overages.

Social Media is not going to slow down. Consumers are moving from one social media outlet to another on a fairly consistent basis, especially kids. Kids don't want Mom and Dad to be spying on their online activity, so as more parents enter the social media world their kids are changing to new social media outlets for their privacy. Tabs should be kept on current social media outlets to ensure your marketing efforts are focused on the right outlet where the users are in your target demographic.

Mobile apps for companies will become more prominent. As mobile devices are used more and more to connect everyone, more companies will create their own apps so their customers and employees have the ability to connect with the company quicker (and in a mobile-friendly manner). If a customer can't connect with a company wirelessly, there's a likelihood that the customer will just find a competitor they can connect with on their mobile device.

M2M is growing, and isn't going to stop. As Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology allows companies to take advantage of e-commerce and retail solutions via a mobile device that otherwise would not have been possible. As of November 2013, there are more than 190 million M2M connections already. By 2017 that number is estimated to triple. All I can say is... get on board now.

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BYOD. More employers will allow employees to bring their own devices to use for work purposes. Most employees really hate the technology given to them by employers to use because it's often outdated, runs slow, or just doesn't work right. Employees would rather bring in their own cell phones, computers, tablets, etc. to use because not only are they comfortable with their own devices, but they are usually the top-of-the-line devices. By the way, BYOD programs generally increase productivity and reduce technology related costs for the employer.

Increase in the role of IT in the business. As wireless and wireless devices evolve and become the core of the business unit, IT will have an increased responsibility to work with each department to a) determine the technology needs of each department, and b) to develop or find and implement the tools for a seamless process.

There are many more predictions available, but these are just a few of the ones that will likely hit home for most small and large businesses.