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Sculptz Fall 2010 Legwear Collection

Sculptz is introducing some very chic patterns for their Fall 2010 Legwear collection. Last season, I was introduced to their animal print, tuxedo ribbed, chevron opaque and their herringbone patterns for their Shaping Tights. I absolutely love the playful and sexy look of the animal print (which is huge for this fall)

 
they had a great launch event with Robert Verdi last year where we I was first introduced to the brand. While at the CurveNY Show, I stopped by the Sculptz booth and saw that they will continue to give us jewel tones for Fall 2010 in some bold patterns. The best part is you can layer the tights to get a different look. Why not try a pair of Cranberry Sculptz Opaque Tights under some 80’s style cut-out tights in Cream?

I was given a pair of Olive Green opaque tights in a size medium to try out. I wasn’t sure if the medium would fit but it I’m happy to say it went on with ease. I immediately tried on three outfits – a blouse with a knee-length skirt, skinny jeans and black trousers. With each bottom, my (what shall I call them) – ripples? My ripples were smoothed out. I had smooth, clean lines from waist to knees (my problem area) and yet I was quite comfortable – there was no pulling, gaping or annoyances of any kind. The Shaper Tights were comfortable from the beginning of the day to the end. I ended up wearing the skinny jeans because it slimmed my hips and made my butt look amazing – quite bootylicious.

If you want to experience the magic of Sculptz shapewear, why not take advantage of their 50% off sale on their shapewear and legwear going on now plus you get free shipping.Go to Sculptz.com to save.

Excuse me while I get my credit cards out.

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