Friday, November 13, 2009

Show Off A Sexier Bod in Two Weeks

What is the ULTIMATE WARDROBE? Manila's top fashion editors give their inputs:

A Rhett Eala gown
"Rhett always uses interesting prints and fabrications, which can flatter fuller figures, plus he also does a lot of flowing gowns." —Joyce Fernandez, Manila Bulletin

Religioso outfit
"Their collection carries reasonably-priced clothes designed with elegance and flawless quality in mind." — Jenni Epperson, Inquirer

Michi Calica dress
"I remember Michi Calica's clothes (beyond her wedding wear) as very straight in silhouette, mainly shifts. Her Bonne Bouche collection is the same. Can hide figure flaws."—Joyce Fernandez.

Kate Torralba designs.
"Very colorful dresses, mostly in prints. May flatter smaller women."—Joyce Fernandez

Works of Jun Escario
"His creations are a marriage of sexy and elegant. I love how his pieces are always head-turning but classy... You seduce as you breathe." — Rissa Mananquil

Hermes item
"A classic item you can use to glam up casual items for years to come." — Donna Cuna-Pita

Something from Chanel
"A classy, globally-known brand that shouts 'status symbol'"—Bianca Consunji, Inquirer

7 for All Mankind jeans
"A great investment for denim lovers. After all, jeans are a woman's secret weapon. They can be deadly as the sexiest stiletto." — Rissa Mananquil.

Want to know how to win all these? Read below to find out:

For those who worship fashion, you’d agree with Chanel’s top man Karl Lagerfeld when he said this line a few years back: “Fashion is the best motivation for losing weight.” We all want to lose those extra pounds to fit into our dream outfit—subconsciously or not.

Aside from looking good in your own clothes, the Ultimate Wardrobe as handpicked by Manila’s fashion editors and stylists (Audrey Carpio, Donna Cuna-Pita, Bianca Consunji, Jenni Epperson, Joyce Fernandez, Rissa Mananquil, Pauline Juan and Isabel Roces) will surely entice you to join Nestle’s latest challenge. An Hermes belt, a Chanel dress, designer goods from Rhett Eala, Michi Calica, Kate Toralba, and Jun Escario are among the prizes you will get to keep if you win.

Simply form a team of 2-8 members who will follow the 14-day Nestle Fitnesse meal plan, paired with your choice of exercise routine); and post your progress online at The deal? The Nestle Show Off Your Shape involves a two-week low-fat, whole-carb regimen, and replacing breakfast and one more meal (either lunch or dinner) with Nestle Fitnesse.

Sounds easy right? Will it work? Only one way to find out. To qualify, show up at the Greenbelt Park, Makati tomorrow (starts at 9 a.m.) and have your weight checked and recorded. Now, what happens in the next 14 days is up to you. Good luck!

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