Torrid is a store for full/plus sized women. I felt the prices were expensive for some items compared to the quality of the clothing being sold. I found the fit of the clothing in Torrid was not very precise and some items looked very awkward once I tried them on. This store is not for me.
I think Target has and great product in C9 active wear. The apparel comes in a variety of styles and color and are also comfortable. I've also purchased the athletic tennis shoes for running and they have proven to be durable for the price. Whether you're on a budget or not these products are worth a try.
A few bad apples spoils the bunch. Theses ladies are wealthy, beautiful and brains you'd think by now they'd know how to conduct themselves. The ladies my bring in new cast members but the story line is the same. Drama, back stabbing, fighting, ignorance, foolishness and the list goes on. I prefer quality entrainment over this type of show.
Take my advice and don't waste your money on this product. This bra was given to me as a gift and it's never provided the support necessary for comfort and daily wear. The material is thin and lacks the ability to hold ones breast in a proper upright position.
Gap gets an A for awesome. Gap is not the most affordable store however the clothes are cute and most pieces are timeless. With that being said the selection is classic and conservative and caters to a particular group. Not for everyone but certainly one of my favorite stores.
OPI offers a really great product and they all have nifty names that describe the various colors. Unfortunately for OPI there are a multitude of lesser brand polish's that are also high in quality. If you have extra money and are treating yourself....go for it! Otherwise I feel it's too expensive.
FlaVorIce is an all time ole school favorite. They are affordable, fruity and tasty. They are a nice treat to have on a summer day at a picnic, theme park or just around the house. This is always on the grocery list.