Tuesday, November 6, 2012

The Argument for Shapewear: A Review of Jockey's New Line with Rachel Zoe


As you know from a previous post I wrote on wearing the right bra, I'm pretty passionate about undergarments. This includes shapewear. Yes, shapewear.†Some women view shapewear as "their little secret," and that's totally fine with me, but if you've never worn it before, I'm about to make the argument for why you should consider it.

Shapewear can benefit all body types. It can make dresses and skirts skim better on the body and it can smooth out your curves. †I also use slips underneath certain skirts that have a sheer lining (like my navy blue lace skirt from Zara).

I recently had the opportunity to review pieces I received from Jockey's new collection†curated†by the lovely Rachel Zoe (who I totally love, like whoa). †I am seriously bananas for her--we share a love for beachy hair, pants that hit the floor, and dark nail polish.

The new pieces I got to test out are†Rachel Zoeís ìMajor Must Havesî from Jockey. Rachelís selections include intimates (panties and camisole) and shapewear. As Rachel and I both know--and preach--itís not just about what you wear on the outside; whatís underneath counts just as much.
Because I love Rachel's style (seriously, can I please be one of her clients?), I was not at all surprised to see how cute the prints on the undies were.



The three pairs above are all very comfortable--the top is a hipster style, the middle a low-cut bikini, and the bottom a thong. †The hipster pair is made from a super-stretchy fabric and features a lilac-colored lace waistband. The other two pairs are a soft cotton featuring pretty geometric prints. †I've had a chance to wear them all and love them. †The pair with the lace waistband is particularly flattering. †For those wondering, I take a size medium in all three styles.



Onto the†shapewear. Undergarments are to the body what foundation is to your makeup routine. In the same way you use foundation to create a smooth, even base for the rest of your makeup, shapewear is like a primer for your clothes. †It helps bring out the best in what you wear. †This isn't to say you should wear it daily, but there are certain ensembles that benefit incredibly from the solid foundation shapewear provides.†

As I mentioned at the beginning of this post, shapewear can benefit all body types. †Even if you're thin or don't have a lot of problem areas, shapewear can make a dress or skirt lay more nicely on the body (especially if you have a dress that's particularly clingy). †I oftentimes wear a nude-colored slip under some dresses I own, simply because I like the way the fabric falls when I wear it. (Also, a slip has totally saved me from†embarrassment†on a windy day, if you catch my drift.) Shapewear is also a great choice if you do have a problem area or maybe if you're a new mom and want to smooth things out as you're shaping back up. †Whatever your body type or concerns, it's worth a try.

Jockey's shapewear line is made with high-quality stretch fabric and super-soft cotton. †It has a patented three-panel design that slims and shapes without causing discomfort. †Personally, my favorite pieces of shapewear are skirt slips and full slips. †Since I wear a lot of dresses and skirts, these styles work best in my wardrobe.

My favorite piece from the line was this full slip, called the Slip Shaper. †It can be worn under dresses, but I have also worn it with a skirt and top.

My favorite part about this slip is that the top is made of the softest, smoothest cotton. †I actually don't think I would have liked it if the top was the same fabric as the skirt. †I loved that it felt soft on top and not compressing like the bottom part.

The one feature that impressed me most was the silicone band at the bottom of the skirt part that prevents slipping. †It's meant to keep your shapewear in place. †The one thing that disappointed me a bit about the skirt slip, however, was the length. †I wish it had been 4 or 5 inches longer. However, I realize that they make these pieces for the average woman and not a woman who is 5'10" tall like me. †Despite the fact that I could have used a few extra inches of length, I still enjoyed wearing it, and it smoothed things out and allowed me to wear a skirt that has a more sheer lining. (Seriously, retailers, why make a dark-colored skirt without adequate lining?)

Full slips are most impactful when worn under dresses. You will be amazed at how much your silhouette will shine when you take the extra step to smooth things out before you complete your outfit. It's like under-eye brightener for your body--it just perks things up.

Next up was this shapewear tank, called the Strappy Tank. †I don't really gravitate toward tanks for shapewear, but I can say this one is very well made and has the soft cotton at the top for added comfort, just like the full slip. †Once again, I do wish this were longer because I have a super-long torso (seriously, I'm like a giraffe), but if you are of average height it will be a perfect fit. †This tank would be best suited for someone who really wants to refine her midsection. †


Finally, I got to test out the shapewear shorts, called the Tummy Short. I was kind of against shorts for shapewear because I prefer skirt slips, but I guess you shouldn't knock what you haven't tried. I quite enjoyed these. †Especially since I tend to carry any extra weight in my hips, thighs and butt, which is exactly the areas these shapewear shorts target. †They can be worn under pants or skirts (or dresses!). †These are made of super-soft, super-stretchy cotton.
Rachel Zoe's Major Must Haves" from Jockeyare available now in†major retailers,†Jockey outlet storesand onJockey.com. Since†the full product line is available now, we†will all benefit as we hit the candy at Halloween and turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes during Thanksgiving; believe me, you will thank me.

Before I go, please don't forget to enter into a random drawing for a $100 Jockey gift card. † To enter, please leave me a comment below (include your email address, please!) telling me a time you WISH you had been wearing shapewear. †Don't be shy, ladies. ;)
Good luck and thanks for entering!


Rules: No Purchase Necessary.†No duplicate comments.

You may receive (2) total entries by selecting from the following entry methods: (a) Leave a comment in response to the sweepstakes prompt on this post, (b) Tweet (public message) about this promotion; including exactly the following unique term in your tweet message: "#SweepstakesEntry"; and leave the URL to that tweet in a comment on this post, (c) Blog about this promotion, including a disclosure that you are receiving a sweepstakes entry in exchange for writing the blog post, and leave the URL to that post in a comment on this post,(d) For those with no Twitter or blog, read the official rules to learn about an alternate form of entry.

This giveaway is open to US Residents age 18 or older. Winners will be selected via random draw, and will be notified by e-mail. You have 72 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.

The Official Rules are available here.

This sweepstakes runs from 11/7 to 12/6.

Be sure to visit the Jockey brand page on BlogHer.com, where you can read other bloggers' reviews and find more chances to win!

157 comments :

  1. I love the patterns on the undergarments. As for shapewear, I wish I'd remember to wear it anytime I wear a dress. Most of my dresses cut in at the waist and shapewear wouldn't hurt in those situations.

    http://jax-and-jewels.blogspot.com
    heidi.jaxandjewels@gmail.com

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  2. I wish I had been wearing better shapewear for my sister's wedding. Sometimes you forget to look behind you to see what's going on, and I was a bit too lumpy for my own good.

    nystrom.jen@gmail.com

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  3. I am intrigued by the slip....I usually avoid the shorts because the roll down on me, but I like the slip idea. There are several times I have needed it....especially in dresses when alcohol is involved. Drinking tendsntonmake me forget to hold my gut in!

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  4. the shapewear looks amazing!! I wish i wore shapewear at my friends wedding!

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  5. love rachel zoe undergarments !! i personally wish i was wearing the shapewear for my brother in law's wedding. it was the unfortunate time of the month and a little control wouldve helped tremendously :)

    carpediem.illy@hotmail.com

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  6. Would love to win! I wish I had worn shapewear at my friend's wedding last month!

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  7. After reading your post I wish I was wearing shape wear right now!

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  8. Oh my Gosh, I wish I had these when I was standing in front of my Manager with a dress on and my half slip dropped down to the floor. He was speechless and all I could do is laugh!

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  9. i wish i had worn some with my graduation dress.

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  10. i wish i had worn shapewear at my senior prom.

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  11. After having my first child, I wear shapewear all the time! No brand has been my favorite as yet - they all pinch/sag or are not very comfortable. I would love to give RZ a try - lover her sense of style and the thoughtfulness she puts into her designs.

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  12. I love that it doesnt slip and I love shapewear for all occasions. Just makes me feel more put together and confident! I wish I would have had some on when I was a bridesmaid in my cousins wedding. the pictures of me in my dress were not that cute!

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  13. I often wish I was wearing shapewear...I hate lines under clingy dresses! Thanks!

    JessicaWickliffe@gmail.com

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  14. I wish I had known about it in college/just after college - I had no idea people wore that kind of thing!

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  15. These pieces look amazing! Post-baby, I often wish I was wearing shapewear everyday! Sometimes it's just not comfortable but these look practical enough for everyday.

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  16. I wish I had that shapewear tank on TODAY! Cool giveaway, thanks!

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  17. There's a certain dress I bought that I wish I'd been wearing shapewear when I wore it to work the first time!

    I normally wear a slip or spanx with certain dresses, but it was summer and my current slip doesn't breathe well. When I looked in the mirror at home, everything looked ok so I went without it.

    Under the much brighter lights of my office - you could see just about every flaw in my bottom heavy body, including my panty line (this invisible panty line underwear is apparently only invisible in dim lighting.) Whoops! sjbuescher@gmail.com

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  18. I'm pretty thin, but I've always wanted to try a slip under my clingy dresses, to smooth things out :)

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  19. Wish I had known before being photographed in a dress that showed every lump!

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  20. I love shapewear! Especially boy shorts. I wear them underneath all of my skirts, couldn't be without them!

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  21. The shapewear looks great, thank you for the thorough review! I wish I had worn shapewear the first time I slipped into my pre-pregnancy jeans...just because they zipped doesn't mean it wasn't horrifying;)

    jaseattle@gmail.com

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  22. I wish I would have worn shape wear for my college graduation photos, I went through the pictures and there was a few that I seriously needed help! Then I would get to one and be like "thank God I look skinny!!" Lol

    angelamichelle27@yahoo.com

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  23. I wish I would have worn shape wear under a particular dress I have. It was summer and I didn't want to be bothered with it. I was humiliated when later on, I noticed that I had major panty lines!

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  24. After reading this, I wish I had on shapewear right now! keli.hawthorne@gmail.com

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  25. I wish I would have worn shape wear when we went out to dinner with my hubby's co-worker & wife! We went to a swanky place downtown Chicago, and um - I like to eat! :O

    makbasket54321@yahoo.com

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  26. Ummm as I sit here now at my computer and my little fat roll is hanging over my skirt!! eeekkk!!! :)

    tracyfaber@gmail.com

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  27. I wish I would have been wearing shape wear for my formal. My dress was jersey so it clung to me everywhere. I didn't really pay attention to where it clung until I looked at pictures afterwards. It clung in all the wrong places!!
    jenag20@hotmail.com

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  28. I really enjoyed reading this review.

    I recently tried shape-wear for the FIRST TIME EVER at my photoshoot this past weekend and was SHOCKED how much more comfortable I felt and smoother my mid-section (eep!) looked. I felt better all 'round, and more confident.

    I LOVE how the Jockey ones have the cotton at the top AND bottom of the tank so it would look like a regular tank peeking out, SO smart. No one wants to be exposin' their shape-wear! :P LOL.

    I guess I technically can't enter because I'm in Canada, but regardless, great post.

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  29. I wish I was wearing shapewear the year after giving birth. I didn't lose the weight very easily.
    cgies25 at hotmail

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  30. Could have used some decent shape wear on the day of my rehearsal dinner!

    simplyswooning@gmail.com

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  31. I wish I had been wearing shapewear on my wedding day! I was wearing a cotton halter maxi that showed all my flaws! Although I had just given birth to a beautiful boy, so I guess I had an excuse ;)
    Nikki

    nikki.s.retherfod@gmail.com

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  32. The other day I wore a pencil skirt to church and I wish I had put on my Spanx - I would have felt much more comfortable.

    snethen at yahoo dot com

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  33. I wish I was wearing shapewear to the last wedding I attended. I thought I was doing fine until I saw pictures later that made me regret making certain poses. Lol
    Priscila

    priscilasgarcia@hotmail.com

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  34. I wish I was wearing shape wear at my brother in laws wedding. I know the focus was on the bride but I felt fat and hated my dress in all those family photos.
    allisoncamposdesignersbliss@hotmail.com

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  35. I wish I had been wearing shapewear on a night out in the city I had with friends recently. It would have made my outfit more flattering.
    kellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  37. This is great, I wish I had shapewear for my post baby belly, my everyday clothing of fitted skirts and dresses don't look very flattering anymore :-( after having twins, my flat belly is no longer in sight, doing those Jillian Michaels workouts, I'm getting there, slowly but surely

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  38. I, as well as many women out there, have a love hate relationship with shapewear. Initially it looks good but within hours it snags, bunches and usually leaves me in a bathroom stall trying to wiggle my way out of one. Intrigued by Jockey's take though, their undergarments are one of my favorite (cute prints, soft, comfy and most importantly do no disintegrate in the wash).

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  39. Love this new line! I have had more moments than i can count when i was caught in a wind gust in downtown new orleans and was grasping my dress to my legs! shapewear would have DEFINITELY come in handy!

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  40. I don't have a particular incident where I wished I had been wearing shapewear, but I do have a couple dresses in my closet that I cannot wear because I don't have the proper undergarments (full body slip, long tank). I know these are easily accessible at say, Target or Dillards, but I always seem to not think about that when shopping...

    janders509 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  41. I'm going to attending my 10 year high school reunion soon and shapewear would make me feel so much better.

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  42. I have a cute tee dress for summer and had recently lost alot of weight. I didn't realize how much junk in the trunk I still had so wish I had a shaping slip to wear.

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  43. Looking back at photos from a family reunion this past summer, I really wish I had been wearing shapewear!

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  44. I have never worn a shapewear piece before. After reading this I'm pretty sure I need one. Wondering why I have never tried them before! lol.
    I'd like to try a slip for under my clingy dresses!

    cruizinchik1992@msn.com

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  45. I recently wore a fairly clingy leopard print dress, and because I was running late I skipped the shapewear. When I saw pictures, I realized it was a big mistake. Never again.

    Suzanne
    suzgregtay@gmail.com

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  46. I wish I had some for my med school interview on Friday! I have to wear a suit and I kind of hate wearing a suit so I'd love to have something hide any bumps so I can focus on dazzling them instead of how my suit fits.

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  47. I would have liked to wear something like the slip under dresses at night both for the smoothing effects and the added layer for warmth.

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  48. I wish I'd worn shapewear underneath several of my tighter maxi dresses!

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  49. I wish I would have worn a shapewear slip when I wore my white skirt with jade green panties. I guess I was a little sleepy and didn't realize I was putting the two together! I definitely had to wear my top untucked because it has a little too sheer lining. YIKES!

    misstsa04 at aol dot com

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  50. I wish I had been wearing shapewear on a day where I wore my black dress. Even though the dress is black, i didn't realize that it is sheer until I was out and about :-(

    popmailutATyahooDOTcom

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  51. As they say, always a bridesmaid. Lol! I have been in nearly 12 weddings and I can't think of a better time when I desperately needed shapewear than under a long satin dress!standing in front of hundreds of people.

    Sara Peters
    sarap503@gmail.com

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  52. I wish I had good shapewear for when I wear a cute dress. Just something about pulling it all in.
    heatherdifranatgmailDOTcome

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  53. I finally started wearing shapewear regularly after I was tagged in a picture on Facebook where I looked 6mos pregnant. Which would have been fine, if I had actually been pregnant at the time...

    So now, I always keep a few different pieces in rotation to go under various outfits. There just comes a point in a woman's life when she discovers her underwear needs more "structure."

    *Edited to include email for entry: amydrinkie at gmail dot com

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  54. I should be over this since it happened 15 years ago, but I still wish I would have had proper shapewear for underneath my silky senior prom dress. Yikes, the bumps!

    mmueller45 at sbcglobal dot net

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  55. I just recently started wearing shapewear because of my tummy after two kids:) I wish I have been wearing shapewear when I wear dresses and skirts.

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  56. I wish I was wearing shapewear today while trying on a dress. I looked a bit lumpy in areas that I know shapewear can help. I ended up passing on a cute dress because it didn't look right.

    pamrauen@gmail.com

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  57. I wish I had worn shapewear more right after giving birth to my twins. It really helps in putting things back to place.

    pearl_lee1 AT hotmailDOTcom

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  58. I wish I wore a shapewear ... everyday.. ha ha.

    Christy
    christyhwong@gmail.com

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  59. I wish I had nude-colored shape wear for my friend's wedding. I did not realize the dress I planned to wear was see through, and I had to do a last-mintute wardrobe switch. I was so bummed!

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  60. Love this. I wish I was wearing this now. I am newly pregnany where I just look like I'm a little chubby. This would totally help!

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  61. Entering to win! I've never worn shapewear before and this line seems like a great place to start! Looks super comfy!

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  62. Tweeted about this blog post!
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  64. I wish I was wearing some shaprewear underneath this totally cute sweater dress when I went out with my girlfriends. I just needed a little more support to feel 100% great. I will be wearing some next time I wear the dress, that's for sure!

    nestjigs@gmail.com

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  65. After 2 kids, I wish I could wear shapewear with every form fitting dress/top. I have a belly that I would like to slim down.
    nlmunoz@sbcglobal(dot)net

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  66. I wish I was wearing a shapewear the other day when I wore my new Zara print dress that clings to my thighs and legs.

    dezacv@gmaildotcom

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  67. love this post and am embarassed to say that i don't even own shapewear. i wish i was wearing some right now under my pencil skirt.

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  68. I wish I was wearing a shapewear the other day when I wore my new Zara print dress that clings to my thighs and legs.Haha!

    dezacv@gmaildotcom

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  69. I wish I was wearing a shapewear the other day when I wore my new Zara print dress that clings to my thighs and legs.Haha!

    dezacv@gmaildotcom

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  70. I wish I was wearing a shapewear the other day when I wore my new Zara print dress that clings to my thighs and legs.Haha!

    dezacv@gmaildotcom

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  71. I wish I wore shapewear to a military formal in college. I forgot to pack mine and when I look at pictures, I'm just grossed out.

    amabbate at gmail dot com

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  72. I wish I had shape wear for my graduation ceremony a couple years ago. Found the perfect light colored dress but for the life of me, couldn't find the proper under slip!

    greatwhitetee at gmail

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  73. I wish I had worn shapewear for my rehearsal dinner. I was wearing such a pretty dress but in the pictures I know I could have looked better.

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  74. I remember the day I was the matron of honor at my friends' very casual backyard vows. It was a beautiful day, but I felt very self-conscious of how I looked in my clothes. I picked something frumpy and too big because I didn't think I looked good enough for my 'nice' clothes. I should give these shapers a try!

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  75. Thank you for the awesome reviews! I wish I had been wearing a slip/shapewear with a silk dress with a wrap skirt at a friend's wedding in Miami over Memorial Day weekend. I realized I left my camera in my car, so as I walked through the parking lot, a huge gust of wind caught my skirt and blew it wide open for- drumroll please- the bride and her parents - driving up to the reception site - to see! We laughed it off, but I was mortified her dad saw my thong!

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  76. I really could use shapewear right now considering I'm 4 months postpartum and still hanging on to the baby weight.
    lindsay@runningwithtongs.com

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  77. Love the look of these! I was wearing a dress to a wedding that could have used some better shape wear. It was the kind that comes up to the bra line and it kept rolling down creating the look of a nice roll around my gut. That is anti-shapewear! haha

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  78. I wish I'd been wearing shapewear when I was wearing a body conscious dress and had a picture taken of me, which I later saw and realized you could totally see my belly button/tummy. UGH! Thanks for the opportunity!

    Jennifer P
    jennifer(dot)patota(at)gmail(dot)com

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  79. I wish I had worn shape wear at my own wedding. I had it all picked out, and then the nothing if, changed my mind! Oh well :)

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  80. I went to a business dinner a few years back and the dress I wore, definitely needed shapewear.
    Didn't look too bad, but I was not comfortable the entire night. jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

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  81. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/267338927541739522
    jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

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  82. great for when im on a date

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  83. tweet: https://twitter.com/akronugurl/status/267368917998125056 .

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  84. Now that I am way past bridesmaid dresses and baby excuses - welcome perimenapause - shapewear would have come in handy the last time I wore a tunic/dress over tights - where the dress wanted to stick to the tights = I would have loved the slip shaper to keep the dress from riding up and as a little summ'n to keep my belly tucked in.
    ejtravis@yahoo.com

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  85. I have never worn shape wear but recently there have been some dresses and skirts where I think it would have helped. I'd like to try these out.

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  86. I have never worn shape wear but recently there have been some dresses and skirts where I think it would have helped. I'd like to try these out.

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  87. i need this today when i'm pregnant but look chubby instead of pregnant because i'm 12 weeks

    vanitizebaby at yahoo dot com

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    https://twitter.com/MeandBells/status/268005929331593216

    vanitizebaby at yahoo dot com

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  89. I have some old VS shapewear that I would love to update! They are a blessing the last few weddings I've been in!

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  90. shapewear would have been great for post-baby date nights
    thismomwins@gmail.com

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  91. tweeted
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    thismomwins@gmail.com

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  92. 2 months after I had a baby I spoke in church. I really wish I would have worn some. Looking back. I didn't look so great!

    amypugmire@live.com

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  93. tweet. amypugmire@live.com
    https://twitter.com/1amypugmire/status/268137559572504576

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  94. I pretty much wish I was wearing shape wear all of the time!!! I think I will want to wear it on my first cruise this December. Thanks for a chance to win and have a great day!
    kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

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  95. I saw pics from a formal where I wore a long dress- I really, really should have smoothed things out with shapewear. I hate seeing that after the fact! I'm a convert now.

    Loving the prints in this collex!

    Thanks!

    katygmorris at gmail dot com

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  96. I just Tweeted about the giveaway here: https://twitter.com/katygmorris/status/268208477531410433

    Thanks!

    katygmorris at gmail dot com

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  97. I wish I had been wearing shapeware during the last party we hosted. Tummy.in.every.tagged.pic! I DIE!!!

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  98. I wish I had been wearing shapewear during our last BBQ. Tummy.in.every.tagged.pic! I DIE!!!

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  99. I wish I would have worn shape wear when I went to a formal event a few months ago and I was wearing a long clingy dress :-(

    Lindsey
    lindseydaniels1@gmail.com

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  100. I wish I was wearing shapewear while I was a bridesmaid in an unflattering dress.

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  101. I found the cutest dress to wear for my grad school graduation however now when I look back at the pictures I just think I look pudgy and lumpy, not a good look. Wish I would ahve been wearing shapewear! I try to make sure I wear it under dresses, it just seems necessary. Would love to win so I can try out Jockey's shapewear...I love there stuff have some great workout pants and sports bra from them :) charlenehuttner@gmail.com

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  102. I took a risk and wore a bandage-style dress to my good friend's wedding...I pulled it off, but was so self-conscious for the whole event - shapewear would definitely have given me peace of mind!!

    ...Lauren

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  103. These items all look so great! I wish I had been wearing shape wear last year at a holiday party- I didn't realize my dress was so sheer!

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  104. I once went to a wedding and wore a very slinky dress. I was pretty young and fit at the time but shapewear certainly would have enhanced my assets.

    onefrugalgirl at gmail dot com

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  105. A friend's wedding a few years ago. The faux Spanx shapewear I did wear was so incredibly uncomfortable, I could barely sit down.

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  106. At my high school reunion.
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  107. tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/269999178724282368
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  108. Ugh, since I got married eight months ago, I've sort of 'let myself go.' These days, I would LIVE in one of those shapewear tank tops. I'm embarrassed that I haven't bought one yet!

    amandamiller22 at gmail dot com

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  109. My hubby’s company Christmas party
    merleandtina@Yahoo.com

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  110. https://twitter.com/HappyTina0115/status/270582657157574656
    merleandtina@Yahoo.com

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  111. Definitely after pregnancy! Anytime and anywhere is when I would have worn them!

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  112. In my favorite dress attending our 1st grandchild's High School Graduation. Menopause is taking over the tummy area.
    karenmed409 at comcast dot net

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  113. I wish I'd been wearing shape wear last year at our holiday party. It seemed ok in person, but you can really see the need in the pictures.

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  114. i wish i was wearing shapewear during the thanksgiving dinner i just ate! (redfuzzycow (at) yahoo (dot) com)

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  116. I know I will be needing shapewear after my baby is born! :)

    chambanachik at gmail dot com

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  117. I wish I had been wearing shapewear, post-baby at my son's Kindergarten Graduation. I was wearing this really cute jersey wrap-dress, but when I passed a window at the school I realized that I looked like a Shar-pei in a dress.

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  118. I would love to win! About a year or so ago I was wearing a Banana Republic wrap dress that I adore at church. I got up in a crowded room to walk to another spot and somehow the buckle at my side had come undone, and my dress flew open. Luckily I grabbed it and closed it immediately, but had I been wearing shapewear I would be a lot more sure that I didn't flash anybody! Thanks!
    elizabeth_jaggi@hotmail.com

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  119. When we baptized my son in 1991. Don't know what I was thinking wearing a dress.
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

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  120. I have a great wrap dress... that just shows a little too much of the bumps. I'd love some shapewear to fix that problem

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  121. It was a time when I attend hubby's company party with a very "fitted" dress.

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  122. tweeted: https://twitter.com/uTry_it/status/272976823598583808

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  123. i wish i had worn shapewear at a wedding i recently attended

    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

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  124. i tweeted here:

    https://twitter.com/bellows22/status/273276153706471425

    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

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  125. I wish I wore shapewear when I returned to work after having my son!
    Thanks for the cool giveaway!

    wildorchid985 @ gmail dot com

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  126. tweet--https://twitter.com/CrazyItalian0/status/273438307575267328

    wildorchid985 @ gmail dot com

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  127. I wish I could find better shapewear for my wedding four years ago. I wasn't too happy with what I had. I like the colors of the undergarments.

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  128. I wish I'd been wearing some in family photos two years ago - I had bits hanging out that were not cute!

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  129. Love your blog! And I really want to try all the shapewear you got, especially the slip. Oh I just remembered a time when I could've used that, I was wearing a really nice cotton stretch dress but couldn't find the right underwear to wear with it, ended up wearing boy shorts, but you could still see the lining so I threw a long cardigan on top. :/ For SHAME! lol.
    visit my blog too www.thefashionpalate.com
    francilo09@gmail.com

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  130. Everything looks better with shapewear!!
    hutchin2@uwm.edu

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  131. Great giveaway, you can't have too many undergarments!
    MC Chau
    mcchaublog at gmail dot com

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  132. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/cxc118/status/273608005835186176

    Also, congratulations on you wonderful news! Just read your recent blog posts!

    MC Chau
    mcchaublog at gmail dot com

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  133. I absolutely love the way her shapewear feels!!! I tweeted about the sweepstakes at @lindzeeg28.

    lindsaygerleman@yahoo.com

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  134. I love Jockey..I have a great paper thin tank from them that is just awesome. I wish I had worn some shape wear under a particularly tight Halloween a couple years ago when I was a bit heavier :)
    jennf83 at yahoo dot com

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  135. I love shapewear
    mrshudak(at)gmail(dot)com

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  136. i love rachel zoe and i love the colors shes chosen! Excited!

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  137. I love shapewear and am in need of some new pieces! Thanks for sharing!
    lanadenharder(at) yahoo(dot)com

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  138. I love shapewear and am in need of new pieces! Thanks for sharing!
    lanadenharder(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  139. I WISH I was wearing shapewear to my friend's birthday party where we had too much good food to share.

    ctong2[at]gmail[dot]com

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  140. I tweeted about this promotion: https://twitter.com/ctong2/status/274789959435689984

    ctong2[at]gmail[dot]com

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  141. I wish I would of know about Jockey's long before this. I can't wait to try them.

    marybug2@yahoo.com

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  142. I also tweeted here

    https://twitter.com/marybug2/status/274895422315712512

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  143. I needed Jockey on all my wedding days.

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  144. Tweeted

    https://twitter.com/gmissycat/status/275271652147855360

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  145. I wish I had some shapewear whenever I wear anything fitted! Seeing how it smooths things out looks amazing! I would love to try the long slip. I love them and thanks for the great giveaway!
    lisa_m_harper@yahoo.com

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  146. I tweeted:

    http://twitter.com/sassycat88/statuses/275463440976470017

    whitneybellows88 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  147. I would have loved it as a teen wearing skimpy dance recital costumes and being a tad rolly-polly! LOL
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  148. I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/MsTofuFairy/status/276358692071419905
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  149. Thanksgiving Day 2012... We took a lot of family photos... photos that ended up plastered all over multiple Facebook accounts (I don't know why, but it seems like the camera always adds an extra 10 lbs on my figure)! kytah00@yahoo.com

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  150. https://twitter.com/kytah00/status/276538797171302400

    kytah00 AT yahoo DOT com

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  151. I wish I had shapewear after my daughters were born.

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  152. Every time I have to appear in front of a group I wish I looked better. I think shapewear would make me look so much better.

    willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

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  153. Tweet - https://twitter.com/willitara/status/276579724682211328

    willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

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  154. i wish I was wearing shapewear when I was just getting to know my husband! Thanks for a super giveaway!
    My email: anashct1 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  155. Tweeted:
    https://twitter.com/anashct3/status/276741735474925568
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    email: anashct1 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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