Spanx streamline the shape,
Without any panty lines,
A must-have for SHEs
I like Spanx so much that I just wrote a haiku about them. It could be their next big campaign. I think the haiku is coming back into mainstream any day now. Seriously...any day.
Bad poetry aside, I was an early adopter to Spanx. You see, one of the downsides of aging is loss of elasticity of the skin. You couple that with body fat re-distribution (and a few babies) and things can get a bit lumpy.
I received my new Spanx catalog in the mail yesterday. Their R&D team is amazing...(their advertising team, not so much). Check out these new items:
These are similar to the original Spanx, but now with super special technology for the front, back, and sides. And they are only $32.00!!!
[Side Note: Wearing these underneath a short skirt while walking in windy areas...like at a scientific convention in Chicago...is less embarrassing than wearing other undergarments below the skirt...I'm just saying....]
This is a shirt! Okay, it's $72.00 but you could wear it under a suit or under a casual summer top. Same fancy technology as other Spanx to reduce lumpiness and muffin-topness. Comes in different colors too.
The bathing suits range from weird to cute. This one here is actually a one piece that is designed to look like a tankini...and I think it's comparable in cuteness to other tankinis on the market. However, let's be real for a minute...if you have legs like this woman I highly doubt that you need a Spanx tankini. So if anyone buys this, let the rest of us know if it's a good buy at $107.00 (on sale from $178.00).
Now here is something I never would have predicted...but makes a lot of sense.
As HEs get older, they get a little lumpy too. Now many don't care (though when they take their shirts off, I wish they would), but I bet some do. Especially if you have a special occasion like a wedding or formal affair. They are about a million times more expensive than a regular cotton undershirt at $58.00, but perhaps worth it?
They make a sleeveless version too. Although, I find it a little ironic that you can see this guy's washboard stomach through his shirt. It's a little hard to believe that this shirt will minimize a beer gut when it cannot contain the musculature of this male model. Maybe it's built into the shirt for that price?
What do you think?