There Really Isn’t A Better Retailer Than Fabletics

Kate Hudson Delivers

Online retailers are face a number of challenges. Since their customers don’t see a physical store everyday as they go about their lives it takes hard work to convince consumers to remember the brand and buy products. Despite these challenges Fabletics has managed to do just this. Founded by Kate Hudson Fabletics has already generated hundreds of millions of dollars in a matter of 3 years. Its customer base consist of millions of loyal fans who enjoy the personalized experience the Fabletics website offers. Although there are competitors none of them manage to give athletic wear of the quality Fabletics offers.



The VIP Treatment

Although you can buy clothes from Fabletics without signing up for the VIP membership it is more than worth it to sign up for the service. As a VIP member you get access to a more personalized experience. After you fill out a simple survey about your lifestyle you’ll have access to clothing meant just for you. Even jacket and sweatshirt is your size. The best thing about everything is that even if you don’t like what Fabletics selects for you there is always the option of canceling. Although you won’t receive any money back you will receive store credit you can use to purchase just about anything you want on the website.



Fabletics Wear At Its Finest

Many of the clothes you’ll find on Fabletics are “One Size Fits Most“. Most of the time no matter what you buy you are practically guaranteed to find something in your size. So many upscale fashion stores promise you’ll find something you can wear, but there stores only cater to very specific sizes.


3 years ago you could only buy this Fabletics clothing online but thanks to the success of the brand you can now find Fabletics stores where these clothes are available. In an unusual twist Fabletics has gone from the internet into the real world. The same personalized clothing is now available without waiting for it to ship to your address. You can find and wear whatever you buy on the same day.



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Has Hillary Clinton found her designer?


It was nicely obvious that Hillary Clinton has stepped up in her fashion sense when she appeared at the second presidential debate on Sunday, October 9, 2016. Her navy wool pantsuit with a wide-lapel cream shawl collar and a cream wool top was a definite highlight and pointed out how a woman can be comfortable and stylish at the same time.


Delving into what Hillary has worn on other major televised public appearances, it is discovered that there has been one major designer, Ralph Lauren. He hasn’t hesitated to dress her in very colorful clothing with a red trouser suit at the first presidential debate and a periwinkle blue suit at her opening campaign rally. She also wore a more sedate ivory suit of his when she accepted her party’s nomination at the Democratic National Convention.


Ralph Lauren is Mrs. Clinton’s peer as he is in his mid-70s, knows how to dress a mature woman, and has experienced the same political and social incidents that she has and can design accordingly to flatter her image. He is a man who was born in the Bronx, started out as a tie salesman, and became a major American success story.


With all that a President has to attend to and concentrate on, if Hillary attains that highest office, it will be important for her to be dressed appropriately and be able to depend on a designer who will fulfill the role of providing her with fashionable outfits and be of help in crafting a flattering image of the first female United States president.

Recent news article about fashion and clothing news

It seems as though the fashion world may have shot itself in the foot through its commitment to instant internet access, whether it be through online discussion or instantly posted photos and videos.

In a recent article for the New York Times, fashion and style reporter Vanessa Friedman ruminated on the outcomes of the recently concluded 2016 fashion month ( . The high-end shows, displaying the items that international fashion houses expect to see trending in Spring 2017, went off smoothly enough. The problem was the ensuing confusion and erratic behavior that seemed to be the result of too much instant internet coverage.

Take the brightly colored yarn dreadlocks seen on Marc Jacobs’ models, which almost instantly provoked a storm of Twitter and Instagram attacks on the designer for what was seen as cultural appropriation. No one seemed to interpret the dreadlocks in the aesthetic context of the show: the fashion world came off looking irresponsible and elitist.

The incident involving model Gigi Hadid at this year’s Milan show brings up similar issues. An independent journalist addicted to posting his escapades on Instagram grabbed and fondled Ms Hadid as she was leaving the show, then reveled in the loads of posts on the internet criticizing his unseemly actions.

And would Kim Kardashian West have been robbed of her jewelry at her hotel immediately following the Paris fashion week if she hadn’t been posting non-stop about her jewels and her own activities at the time?

According to Ms. Friedman’s New York Times article, the internet has facilitated far too much transparency in the fashion world. Because it’s now possible to provide instant access to the latest product by posting photos on any number of internet sites, consumers have become more demanding and the fashion industry has rushed in to meet that demand.

The problem is, once substance has been displayed, with what else can viewers be provided? Fashion’s elegant elitism is being threatened by the constant flood of meaningless and trite content. Those in whose care the latest fashion trends lie need to become much more selective and discriminating in what they post on the internet.

Clothing: You Have Been Doing It Wrong

Clothing and fashion are not always great. New outfits lose their appeal before they are even worn, laundry days are few and far between, pieces become too tight, and fabric stains, unfortunate burdens in the world of fashion. Thankfully, there are countless hacks to make dressing yourself easier by saving you time, money, and a whole lot of patience.


Stretch Your Flats in a Flash


Though often cheap, new flats are difficult to break in. Chances are, you need these shoes the next day and do not want to deal with the pain that will come with wearing them so soon. The night before you plan on wearing them, put on your thickest socks, slip on the flats, and use a hairdryer to seal the deal.


Remove Pen Stains with Hairspray


If you have ever used a pen, you have gotten that pen on your clothing at one point or another. Instead of setting the stain in with water, pull out your hairspray.


Why Put Your Jeans in the Freezer?


Fashion gurus say that you should not wash your jeans after every use because they fade faster and the fabrics loosen. However, the thickness of the material results in some horrid odors being trapped in there from time to time. To put a stop to this nonsense, put your jeans into a ziplock bag and place them in the freezer overnight.


Save Your Old Tights


Have a deodorant stain? Use a pair of old tights to rub it away.


Add Something; Lose Something


Anytime you buy something new, consider donating something old. Chances are, you purchased this new piece to replace an old one and to spruce up your wardrobe, right?


Roll ‘Em Up


Rather than folding clothes, roll them before putting them into your drawers.


Vodka for Clothes


Again, laundry days are too far apart. If you need to pull something out of the hamper, spray it with vodka. This will destroy any odors and the vodka smell will not linger.