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I have to say I am not normally a JCPenny’s girl. I did however fall in love with this adorable shirt. The problem is I have a $20 a week all about me budget and it was $25. I know spend the other $5. I just couldn’t. I had to find a way to get it for cheaper. I guess that is why I have a deal blog. I like to get what I want for less then everyone else. I am a deal gal!
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Wow, these shoes were made for walking. I am not sure they were made for walking with my children. I have to say I am in love with them. I did however have to relearn how to walk in them. The platform toes really helped since it makes them comfortable. I also have to say my legs looked great. Mr. Madame Deals even said, “wow.” They even came with extra heel things because I am going to walk miles in these babies.
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I tried the three bras below. I took them to the gym. I dragged them through the laundry. Which one prevailed and which one didn’t pass the test. The good news is they all passed. I however required a Zumba intervention and didn’t pass the test.
o Ultra-soft two-ply fabric stretches for sleek compression and wicks moisture for constant cool
o Main side has knit-in textural accents, designed to flatter your figure.
o Reverse (contrasting) side provides knit-in strategic support.
o Wide knit-in comfort band stays put without digging or rolling.
I took this one to Zumba. It was great I was able to shake and try to keep up with no problem. I would suggest buying this one in one size larger than your normal size.
o Silky high-tech fabric wicks moisture to keep you dry.
o Extra stretch provides sleek compression for Medium Motion Control
o Double-layer design helps block embarrassing show-through.
o Mesh panel at back adds cooling ventilation.
I took this one on a walk and then to yoga. It survived both. I wore it under a tank top but I didn’t make sure there wasn’t anything showing through. I hate that. It was great and I didn’t have to worry about anyone seeing my girl parts while in down dog.
o Fully constructed inner bra subtly enhances your curves, for a shapely natural look.
o Full lining and bottom band wick moisture for cooling comfort.
o Soft, durable fabric stretches for flawless fit.
o Stay-put racer-back straps add support and allow free movement.
The last sports bra attended pump class. I liked this design most. I like the bra cups. I also liked the cut. I felt like a fitness queen which was not a good thing since I grabbed an extra five pounds on all my reps. It inspired me to lift more. It was wonderful until the next day because I was sore. I then put back on sports bra #1 and went to yoga.
I love the Champion bras if you if you need a sports bra recommendation, we also have a sports bra guru standing by to answer your questions on the Champion Facebook Fan Page (LaJean Lawson, the originator of the sports bra)!
There are so many ways to solve having a tail. You no longer need to be afraid of a belt. I will show you how to fight against having a tail because wearing a belt reveal a slender waist!
What fashion crime do you want me to fight next week?
This episode of how to get rid of your tail features more fun and humor from yours truly. It is important to look good and not spend a lot to do so! Follow me for more of my fashion adventures where I spend less than $20 each week to look adorable!
It all starts with a great dress. I am the frugal fashion shopping diva. I love to find a good deal. I guess that is why I am Madame Deals. I do have a budget just $20 a week to spend on my wardrobe. I try to replicate what I see in all those wonderful magazines for less a lot less. I in fact get very upset when their steals are so much more than the top of my budget. In what world is $250 a steal for a sweater?