Apparel in Port Lavaca


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  • Zaggora
    Zaggora's founder Dessi was scrambling. She needed to lose a little weight before her wedding, but none of the weight loss products she used seem to move the needle. Eventually, she took matters into her own hands, inventing her own effective method for slimming down. Zaggora's multi-layer capris, tops, shorts, and blazers put the heat naturally emitted by the body during exercise to work burning more calories. A 2012?2013 study conducted by ETScience at the University of Southern California showed users wearing Zaggora used less energy to achieve high cardio levels and burned anywhere from 6?18% more calories and than those wearing standard exercise clothing. Made from a comfortable bioceramic material, the shorts' ThermoFit technology smoothes thighs and other dimple-prone areas by warming body tissues and increasing their metabolic rate. This process boosts energy expenditure before and after exercise, and aids in eliminating cellulite-causing toxins.
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    1301 E Rio Grande
    Victoria, TX US
  • CafePress
    CafePress is an online hub of inventive, humorous, and customizable clothing and gifts. Clients browse a galaxy of designs uploaded by users, whose most popular images rise to the site's front page. For a sense of scale, the online emporium posts an average of 135,000 new designs each week, keeping the selection fresh so no one has to buy an expired, sour-smelling shirt. Clients may also use CafePress's intuitive design tool to emblazon hoodies, jewelry, mugs, calendars, and museum-quality canvases with their own text or images. Thanks to an iron-clad guarantee of satisfaction, CafePress's clients can shop with the confidence of an invisible knight in a forest of giant eyeballs. Its smooth browsing system, simple design interface, and speedy shipping make the site an ideal destination for gift shopping.
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    1301 E Rio Grande
    Victoria, TX US
  • JammyPack
    JammyPacks pair bags and backpacks decked in more than 20 eye-catching patterns with a set of water-resistant, 3-watt speakers that transmit iPod and MP3 tunes on the go. A USB-charged, AA-battery box delivers up to 10 hours of sound to runners, dancers, and highwaymen on the lam through a 3.5-millimeter, gold-jack connection, enlivening social gatherings and athletic pursuits with bumping grooves. Both JammyPacks and backpacks feature quality JP zippers and removable electronic components for easy machine washing. A 600-denier woven fabric wraps each pack and prevents rips and tears during active endeavors set to music, such as bringing the cat to karaoke.
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    1301 E Rio Grande
    Victoria, TX US
  • Tikkr Wristwatch and Bands
    Called “fun and fashionable” by Examiner.com and “fun for your wrist” by The Diego Files, Tikkr’s stylish, water-resistant timepieces have been popping up on wrists all across the globe. These colorful watches were dreamed up by Cory Stout during a trip overseas, who told Adored Austin that the idea chose him. Of the trip, he said, “On my last day [in China], I went to this underground mall to grab some gifts.” It was there that he found the watch that inspired his timekeeping revolution. Stout’s fashion-forward watches are outfitted with minimalistic white or black faces that display only the hours of 12 and 6 and rest atop a stainless-steel back plate engraved with a special Tikkr message. Each Tikkr watch face can be dropped into 23 flexible silicone watchbands, which pop in funky colors such as glow in the dark, El Diablo red, and Anti-Establish Mint. These vibrant, interchangeable bands help trendsetters match their watch to any outfit and prevent them from getting lost within a jungle of arm hair. The durable Tikkr tickers have been seen gracing the wrists of everyone from professional athletes to beauty queens, but when asked by Adored Austin who he'd gladly give a Tikkr watch to, Stout promptly replied "Zack Morris from Saved By the Bell."
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    1301 East Rio Grande Street
    Victoria, TX US
  • Pearls by Laurel
    It can take years to fully appreciate a mother's love. As people grow older, though, they begin to remember hugs, home-cooked meals, and other maternal kindnesses with greater fondness. Pearls by Laurel, a jewelry company that specializes in bracelets designed for mothers, offers customers a way to reward themselves, making another grand moment in a long line of life's treasures. Genuine Swarovski pearls are the focal point of these bracelets. The pearls echo the hues of the 12 birthstones, which shoppers can mix and match to create personalized adornments. Each pearl's color stands for something; August's peridot-green pearl denotes a kindhearted temperament, and September's sapphire-blue pearl stands for purity and wisdom. The Pearls by Laurel website makes it easy to design a bracelet for your mother, grandmother, or the kindly neighbor who mistakes you for her son. In three steps, you can create a piece of jewelry tailored to her wrist size, birthstone, and favorite colors. All bracelets come with a lifetime guarantee and 30-day return policy.
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    1301 East Rio Grande Street
    Victoria, TX US
  • South Beach Swimsuits
    Rihanna rocked the L Space 2013 Stardust Fringe one-piece; Halle Berry hit the streets in a maxi dress by Vitamin A Gold; Emily VanCamp graced the cover of Women's Health in the L Space 2013 Red Diva bikini bottom. This is just a snapshot of the designer beachwear that South Beach Swimsuits delivers to the masses. Shoppers can peruse a wardrobe of star-worthy suits from designers such as L*Space, Vitamin A, and Gottex, or peruse swimwear tailored to specific body types. Because South Beach stocks everything from skimpy bikinis to one-pieces that flatter curves and hide vestigial fanny packs, it's nearly impossible to leave the online store with an empty cart.
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    1301 East Rio Grande Street
    Victoria, TX US

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