Dresses for Women with Classic and Minimalist Style

One of the most common shopping tips for building a great wardrobe is to base it on timeless foundation pieces, and then add trendier dresses for women each season. Typically, classic and minimalist styles will look classy all the times. But don’t discount the other styles when you want to class it up.

The following cute dresses cover the most timeless and basic pieces you need to create an awesome, classic wardrobe. These are the basic building blocks of a well-rounded closet. These are definitely investment pieces. They’ll carry you through work weeks to dinners with friends.

This little black dress can be seen on many magazines and fashion blogs. This is a trusty dress in your closet that is crucial and versatile. Knee-length and round neck style are classic and elegant. Click to see more cheap dresses.

For warm summer days and steamy summer nights, there’s nothing sweeter than a flirty sundress. Dress it down with cute flats or sandals; dress it up with sparkly jewels and heels. You can make a lasting impression with this cute and stylish cute dress.

A knee-length floral dress will wear just as well at backyard barbecues and garden parties as summer weddings and evening events. If you’re feeling bold, go for this dress for women with big, bright print.

Cute Dresses to Build a Timeless and Amazing Wardrobe

Girls always need another excuse to buy cute dress. This time tell yourself it’s for the coming autumn, but choose an option that’s actually timeless and seasonless. A perfect dress can be dressed up or down, they always look classic and on-trend. on each one, in a way to build a timeless and amazing wardrobe.

Every woman should have a little black dress – they can be worn to work, dressed up for a date, and dressed down for casual wear. Some of the most iconic dresses of all time have been LBDs. This dress for women always look classic, sharp, and fashionable.

It’s a fact that anything that has lace on it will never go out of fashion. If you are not too keen on going full lace, then try on this dress with lace hemline, adding a lacy, timeless elegance to your look. This kind of cheap dress is completely classic and can wear it for years to come.

Mid-length dresses for women are super comfortable. It’s the most universally flattering and classic. The higher rise and knee-skimming length make it look great on just about everyone, and it is appropriate for a number of events and situations, from work to party.

When Feminine Meets Masculine Fashion Blazers

If there’s one item that should automatically be included in every woman’s wardrobe, it’s the fashion blazer. There’s something incredibly chic about a feminine meets masculine piece, which makes blazers perfect for work or play.

A fashion blazer also has that vaguely magical ability to make you feel confident when you need it most — like when meeting your boyfriend’s parents, going on a job interview or brunching after a big night out. It is pretty much a non-negotiable wardrobe essential.

For a blazer that takes you from work to the weekend errands and everywhere in between, it’s safe and wise to choose a minimalist hue, such as black or navy, like this cheap blazers for women. This will ensure that it goes with everything in your wardrobe. It’s simple and timeless.

Getting dressed for work doesn’t have to be a bore. You can make summer dresses work during a transitional season by throwing on a blazer. This way, summer pieces can do double duty. These blazers for women on sale are great when you want to take your dresses to another level.

This fashion blazer with an open front do not have any buttons enclosing the blazer. It tends to have a draped looked and are very flattering for women with larger bust sizes.

FALL’S HOTTEST COAT TRENDS FOR LESS

From candy colored faux fur to vinyl trenches and menswear-inspired checks, shop the coat trends that ruled the fall runways and street style scene without breaking the bank.

Faux-fur

Start with the conversation-starting faux-fur winter coats (the bolder, the better), and then layer it over a sleek basic turtleneck. You can then opt for a pair of raw-hem jeans like we see here, or a pair of cropped black pants will do.

Camo Queen

Camouflage may be one of the trickiest prints to pull off, but the fashion set is up for a challenge this season with army-inspired parkas and utility jackets.

Shearling Scene

Keep it cozy in an oversized shearling-lined jacket. The women’s outerwear looks best when paired with blue jeans or a floral feminine dress for contrast.

The Classic Leather Moto

As always, a classic leather moto jacket is the ultimate MVP of any fall wardrobe. Both timeless and edgy, the jacket is a no-fail jacket for every situation.

MUST HAVE FALL DRESSES TO WEAR

It’s officially time to put fall fashion on the brain and what better way to make the style transition than in an effortless dress? Whether you’re looking for a cozy sweater dress, flowy boho option, or dark romantic florals, click to shop this season’s best dresses at every price point.

Do The Polka


Sweater Weather


Keep It Black & White


Dark and Floral

THE BEST LEATHER JACKETS FOR FALL

Nearly any cover-up conundrum can be answered in two simple words: leather jacket. Find your inner edge and shop the best trend to top off your look as the weather cools down. From the classic moto to red hot hues, click through to shop our favorites.

The Classic Moto

Whether styling over a t-shirt, dress, or crop top, you can never go wrong in a classic leather moto.

Red Hot

Go for a bold hued leather topper in Fall 2017’s hottest color trend: red.
Crop It Like It’s Hot

Take note from Bella Hadid and opt for a cropped version that’s easy to pair with virtually everything.

In The Neutral

Take a break from your go-to black leather jacket and trade in for a neutral hue that still pairs perfectly with everything in your closet.

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Kids Massage Tips To Relieve Cough and Cold Effectively

Kids massage can not only be used to calm kids, but also to soothe their sicknesses. In Peter Walker’s Developmental Baby Massage: Therapeutic Touch Techniques for Making Your Baby Stronger, Healthier, and Happier, he dedicates an entire chapter to therapeutic touch for sickness and additional needs. Babies with their delicate immune systems are frequently coming down with colds and congestion. Here are a few techniques that can beautifully supplement the treatment prescribed by your kid’s health professional.

Coughs, Cold and Congestion

A young baby will only breathe through his mouth when his nostrils are completely blocked with mucus. In the daytime, this may not cause too much of a problem, but at night it can prove to be a major source of discomfort. When your baby sleeps, his breathing rhythm becomes slower and deeper and if his nostrils are congested, he will gasp for air and awake with a start. This can be quite disruptive, particularly if your baby has already established a sleeping routine.

If your baby is congested, place him in a more upright position when he is sleeping. You can do this by raising one end of his cot by securely placing a book or telephone directory underneath—don’t let your baby sleep on a pillow. And avoid giving him mucus-making foods, such as dairy products.

These techniques will show you how to relieve nostril and chest congestion, but they are not meant as a substitute for a professional diagnosis and treatment, rather as an aid to your baby’s recovery. You may want to try the technique for freeing blocked nostrils on yourself first before using it on your baby.

Freeing Blocked Nostrils:

  1. Sit on the floor with your back resting against a wall and your knees raised. Put your baby on your lap so that he is facing you.
  2. Gently press your index fingertips into each side of your baby’s nostrils and draw the nostrils open by pressing gently downwards and outwards under the cheekbones. Repeat 4–5 times.

Easing Chest Congestion:

  1. Kneel on a cushion with your baby sitting on your lap facing you. Open your baby’s legs around your waist and let her lay back over your thighs.
  2. Using the relaxed weight of your cupped hands, pat all around the center, and then the sides, of your baby’s chest. Continue for about half a minute.
  3. Now, place your baby on your thighs so she lays forwards on her belly and, using the relaxed weight of your cupped hands, pat all around her back and sides. If your baby is heavily congested, she may vomit slightly following this percussion movement, as the bronchial tubes compress and expel the mucus. Continue for about half a minute.

Note: Some essential oils, such as eucalyptus and lavender, are recommended for clearing the sinuses. Mix 2–3 drops into your base oil. Do not use essential oils for babies under 10 weeks. Eucalyptus will cancel any benefits of homeopathic treatment.

Softening the Belly:

  1. Lay your baby on the floor and, using the relaxed weight of your whole hand, massage hand-overhand down the right side of his abdomen, from between the hip and the lower rib across to below the navel. Continue for 2–3 minutes and then repeat on the left side of your baby’s abdomen.
  2. Cup your hand and place it horizontally across your baby’s belly. Squeeze gently and knead the belly from side to side. Don’t push downwards or your baby will resist and tense up. Keep it gentle and playful, so that his belly softens. Continue for about 20 seconds.
  3. Now, using the relaxed weight of your cupped hand, massage your baby’s belly with your hand and the tummy moving in a circular motion clockwise from your left to your right. Repeat 4–5 times.

Note: If your baby is suffering from wind, colic or constipation, consult your doctor to rule out the possibility that your baby is allergic to something in his diet or, if you are breastfeeding, something in yours. If your baby has started on solids, try giving him pureed papaya fruit, which contains enzymes to aid his digestion.

 

5 Options for At-Home Massage Therapy for Seniors

These days, there is an increasing amount of information on at-home massage for seniors, and for good reason. Not only is the senior population increasing, but the mental and physical benefits of massage are becoming more popular.

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the U.S. population aged 65 and older is projected to increase from 12.9 percent to 19.6 percent by 2030. The number of people over the age of 65 is supposed to double, and people over the age of 80 will increase from 9.3 million to 19.5 million. Seniors searching for their first massage are certainly not alone.

With regular massage, older clients report feeling rebalanced and healthier, and massage therapy is now becoming a more mainstream treatment for some age-related diseases. While massage studios can be found in every major city, there are also options for at-home massage technique, including an in-home masseuse, massage chairs and hydrotherapy jet options for a leg massage in the bathtub.

In-Home Masseuse

One easy way for seniors to receive regular massage therapy is to hire an in-home masseuse. Massage for people as they age is quite different from typical massages, including gentler strokes, kneading and light pressure on specific points. An in-home masseuse can help to reduce tension, pain and stiffness, and help alleviate arthritis symptoms. Additionally, according to one study, massage using the Therapeutic Touch technique massage has been reported to alleviated agitated behavior in Alzheimer’s patients.

Hiring an in-home masseuse can also help to give you a deeper relaxation, as you are in the comfort of your own home, already accustomed to your settings. After an hour of massage, you can then move into your bathtub with hydrotherapy jet options to extend your massage experience.

Whole Body Hydrotherapy

American Standard’s Liberation Walk-In Tub is equipped with another home massage technique, the RevitaJet™ Whole Body Hydrotherapy System. The hydrotherapy system comes with 44 air and water jets that are strategically placed to create the ultimate at-home hydrotherapy massage experience in the comfort of your bathtub. The jets can be adjusted and positioned to target any specific sore spots or wherever you feel your body most needs a massage.

This at-home massage therapy can be incredibly useful for all ages, but especially seniors who have limited mobility. The American Standard Walk-In Tub is safe and easy to get in and out of, and the jets are a therapeutic way to receive a daily massage for your whole body. The massaging jets can target the back, legs, wrists and feet, which are common pain points for people with arthritis.

Massage Chair

If you’re able to get in and out of a chair easily, a third at-home massage technique is the use of a massage chair. Massage chairs can be incredibly useful and are easy to customize with the touch of a button, decreasing muscle stiffness and encouraging circulation as you relax.

Ultimate Guide To Naturally Lasting Longer In Bed

Ultimate Guide To Naturally Lasting Longer In Bed

The average man lasts somewhere between 3 and 7 minutes during sex, but in a recent Cosmopolitan poll of 2,500 women, 77% wanted sex to last longer than 10 minutes, and 1 in 5 women wanted it to last more than 25 minutes!

And with a woman’s orgasm sometimes taking 20 minutes or more, we’ve got some catching up to do… follow these exercises and techniques, and you will train yourself to last much longer during sex.

Start Doing PC exercises
Your PC or pubococcygeus muscles which you can basically call your “sex muscle” is located between your anus and your scrotum. See picture for exact location of PC muscle:

3 Better Sex PC workouts to help you last longer in bed…

In order to locate the PC muscle do this: urinate, and then completely stop the flow of urine… the muscle that you used to stop urinating is the PC muscle.

Repeat this process a couple of times, and stop the flow harder each time, till you get a better idea on where the PC is located, and better control over it.

Now, try and flex this muscle while not urinating… at first you will have weak control over it, but after a few clenches, you’ll be able to squeeze it harder / control it better… now, on to the workouts!

PC workout #1:

  1. Just try to flex your PC muscles at least 100 times or more everyday. You can flex your PC muscles during TV commercials, while you’re talking on the phone, at stop signs or red lights, or while taking a shower and…
  2. It doesn’t matter where & when you do your PC exercises and nobody will ever know you’re doing themand to make sure you’re getting a good PC muscle workout…
  3. DON’T tighten up your abs or butt muscles too much while performing your pc exercises. It’s okay to flex these neighboring muscles somewhat, but flexing them too much too much and it’s okay to flex your abs some but flexing your abs too much will take away from your PC sex muscle workout.

PC workout #2:

  1. First thing in the morning and before you go to bed – Flex your PC muscles 10 times in a row at a moderate pace, rest for 10 seconds, and repeat 9 more times and then…
  2. Flex and hold your PC muscles for 5 seconds, rest for 5 seconds and repeat 9 more times and then…
  3. Completely release the pc squeeze — until the muscle is fully loose — between each tightening rep.
  4. During the day just try to Flex your PC muscles as many times as you can.

Advanced PC muscle workout #3:

  1. First thing in the morning and before you go to bed – Flex your PC muscles as many times as you can in 2 minutes, rest for 20-30 seconds and then…
  2. Flex and hold your PC muscles for 2 minutes (120 seconds) and…
  3. You probably won’t be able to hold it for 2 minutes but try to flex and hold your PC muscle for as long as you can and after you’ve finished holding PC muscles rest for 1 minute and then repeat 4 more times.

If you really spend a good amount of time doing PC exercises you can expect to start having better sex within 2-to-3 weeks.

Self Massage Tips To Relieve Menstrual Cramps

 

There are the acupressure points for relieving PMS, Cramps and Menstrual Discomfort. Working on these points can help you get better quicker. You do not have to use all of these points. Using just one or two of them whenever you have a free hand can be effective.

Points (A) — Mansion Cottage
Location: In the pelvic area, in the middle of the crease where the leg joins the trunk of the body. Benefits: Very important points for releasing menstrual discomforts, cramps and abdominal discomfort.

Points (B) — Rushing Door
Location: In the pelvic area, in the middle of the crease where the leg joins the trunk of the body. Benefits: Very important points for releasing menstrual discomforts, cramps and abdominal discomfort.

Points (C) — Sea of Energy
Location: Two finger widths below the belly button. Benefits: Relieves PMS, menstrual cramps, reproductive problems, irregular vaginal discharge, irregular periods, and constipation that increases menstrual pain.

Points (D) — Gate Origin
Location: Four finger widths below the belly button. Benefits: Relieves menstrual cramps, reproductive problems, irregular vaginal discharge, irregular menstrual periods, and incontinence.

Points (E) — Sacral Points
Location: The acupressure points are on the sacrum (at the base of the spine directly above the tall bone) Benefits: help relieve menstrual cramps and lower-back pain. Two minutes of steady, firm pressure on these sacral points – by lying down on your back with your hands, one on top of the other, under the base of the spine helps relax the uterus and relieve menstrual cramps.

Points (F) — Womb and Vitals
Location: One to two finger widths outside the sacrum (the large bony area at the base of the spine) and midway between the top of the hipbone and the base of the buttocks. Benefits: Relieves pelvic tension, PMS, menstrual cramps, and urinary problems.

Points (G) — Three Yin Crossing
Caution: Do not stimulate this point during the eighth and ninth months of pregnancy.
Location: Four finger widths above the inner anklebone close to the back of the shinbone. Benefits: Relieves water retention, menstrual cramps, irregular vaginal discharge, and genital pain.

Points (H) — Grandfather Grandson
Location: In the upper arch of the foot, one thumb width from the ball of the foot. Benefits: Relieves PMS, bloating, and menstrual and abdominal cramps.

It’s important to drink plenty of warm water after the massage, to help clear away toxic substances in our body.

Caution: If you have a serious illness, or life-threatening illness such as heart disease, or cancer, please consult with your physician before practicing Acupressure.