By Emily Sanders, 12-Jun-2013 02:59:00
From time to time I like to share personal things on this blog. I wanted to share my excitement for moving to New York! Life is full of possibility. Hope. Excitement. And most importantly, creativity.
I'm looking to connect with people that can share their ideas in painting, designing, writing, and music. I want to be inspired, and I believe New York will take me there.
With being inspired I will be looking at new designs for clothing, and shopping for unique fabric. I would love to hear from you. I want to know what styles you like--would you like to see more dresses, larger sizes.
I want to hear your voice! Send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay "reading" as I post from New York.
By Emily Sanders, 29-May-2013 17:28:00
Celebrate Summer with Swimwear and Lemonade
Thursday, June 6, 2013
163 25th St Ogden
"We thought what better way to celebrate summer then to have a party with lemonade and dessert, while having the opportunity to try on summer dresses and swimwear?" says Slavy, the owner of the boutique.
For one night Slavy is featuring local designer, Emily Sanders. Sanders has been designing swimwear for the past year, and offers women different choices when decided what they would like to wear to the pool. Sanders has been selling her designs around the country and is featured by the designer behind Sex and the City in New York.
The event will have summer food, savings for just one night, and a swimwear giveaway for those that stop by the store.
"It's great to bring the community together, celebrate summer, and support local talent."
By Emily Sanders, 08-May-2013 16:12:00
Six Sisters Stuff, a blog written by a few lovely sisters from Utah, has teamed up with Persona for a swimwear giveaway.
It's the perfect time to win a swimsuit for the summer. All the ladies by the pool or beach will stop and ask you where you got your suit, because you will look soooo GOOD!
It's easy to enter. Simply go to their website:
And enter through the Persona blog post through their Facebook link. You can "up" your chances by liking Persona's Facebook page, commenting, and sharing the Giveaway offer.
Thank you for all the Love and Support for a small, local, woman-run business.
By Emily Sanders, 11-Apr-2013 03:04:00
Okay ladies, we all have been bombarded lately with magazine covers at the grocery store that promise a five minute workout, so you will look perfect in that swimsuit. Well, I know myself, and if I do a few scrunches just before squeezing into my swimsuit, it’s not going to make a bit of difference.
What really works in making you look lean and ready to rock that suit?
The most important part is the swimsuit itself. If you wear a swimsuit that has no structure and support you are probably better off naked. If it doesn’t have shape on the hanger it’s not going to look any better on your body. Spend the extra cash and splurge on a suit that works--cheap looks cheap.
Lotion. And more lotion! I’m not talking the kind that colors your skin, but one that protects and adds shine. In this modern day, we are loving our skin no matter how white or tan it may be. The important part is to have it look well hydrated and healthy, which translates into looking leaner. I recommend shine and sun block products by Neutrogena, my personal favorite.
The outfit as a whole. What first impression are you giving the pool gawkers when you strut by their lounge chairs? If you are humbly putting on an old t-shirt in hopes no one will notice you--they will--and for all the wrong reasons. Go the extra mile and invest in a cover up, matching sandals, and sunglasses. And while you are at it, why not throw in a towel to boot. Looking put together gives people the first impression of being sleek, sophisticated, and confident.
The most important part of any swimsuit season is your attitude. Confidence is contagious. Rock it!
By Emily Sanders, 13-Mar-2013 02:36:00
I will be flying off to New York City, exploring the city’s fashion, food, and sights. Creativity and inspiration lay around every corner, from the trashy to the scenic--the faces of people dotting the cityscape.
While exploring I will stop into Patricia Field, the store of the talented designer behind numerous shows, such as The Devil Wears Prada and Ugly Betty. I’m excited to see Persona Swimwear displayed among the flashy and outrageous designs of Patricia.
It’s definitely not your ordinary boutique, with Drag Queens, sex toys, and sparkly items greeting you at the door. The whole store screams for your attention and pushes the creative envelope of style.
New York City reminds you that it’s important to find your own self expression, whether it be in hot pink, leather, or plaid, find what makes you--YOU!
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