Four Tips To Upgrade Your Wardrobe When You’ll Be Spending More Time Outdoors

Maybe you just got a job that requires you to spend more time outside, or perhaps you've adopted a hobby that involves outdoor activities. In either case, you're going to need to update your wardrobe to match your changing lifestyle. From sunshine to chilly wind, exposure to the elements can be tough on your body if you don't have the right clothing. Here are four tips for updating your wardrobe for a more outdoorsy lifestyle. Read More 

How To Use Senior Class Shirts In A Variety Of Ways

Can you believe that you are going to be a senior this year? If you are already planning your wardrobe, you have probably planned to buy a senior class shirt. After all, that shows school spirit and it lets everybody know which school you attend, so why wouldn't you guy a senior class shirt? In fact, you might want to buy more than one so that you'll have an extra while the other one is in the laundry. Read More 

Finding A Leotard That Fits

Many young girls enjoy participating in dance classes. These classes can teach balance, coordination, and important social skills, but they require participants to wear specialized leotards. Leotards are made from stretchy fabric that will not impede movement while dancing. Finding a leotard that fits correctly can be challenging, but there are some simple things parents can look for to ensure their child will be covered and comfortable during future dance classes. Read More 

Four Footwear Options To Wear With A Floral Print Dress

A floral print dress can be a versatile addition to your wardrobe. With the right footwear, this type of dress can be perfect for outdoor dinner parties or casual days spent shopping. Use this guide to pick the perfect pair of shoes to go with your floral dress. Cowboy Boots Cowboy boots paired with a floral dress offers a quaint country vibe that's perfect for attending a concert or heading to a local festival. Read More 

Planning A Trip Abroad? Reduce Your Risk Of Leg Swelling and Blood Clots

Traveling abroad by air can be fun and exciting. The anticipation of exploring a new continent can make you giddy with joy, but getting there can make your feet and legs swell. Inactivity while in a flight can cause your blood to pool in the veins in your legs, which in turn causes swelling. Imagine the discomfort when it's finally time to disembark but, even worse, you may be at risk of developing deep vein thrombosis (blood clots), especially if you take birth control pills or have had recent surgery. Read More