What’s YOUR reason?
You’ll celebrate your fierce femininity and reconnect with your inner-goddess!
At Simply Lush, we specialize in capturing the essence of who YOU are as a woman!
We capture moments in time, and preserve them forever!
What’s your confession…?
Today is your LUCKY day!
Because today Simply Lush is giving you a behind-the-scenes look at what happens in front of the camera!
At the Simply Lush studio, we see women get their sexy on in everything from bralettes and thigh-highs to cut-offs and cardigans—even a unicorn onesie!
But, there’s one thing the naked eye can’t see:
How do YOU rock Girls’ Night Out?
You and your girls out on the town, dressed to kill, red-lipped and cat-eyed, with hair so luscious even the world’s hottest stars seem lackluster in comparison.
That’s right—Girls’ Night Out is about to get lit!
Except this is no ordinary girls’ night out…
“Three words for you: Treat. Yo. Self.”
–Tom Haverford, Treat Yo’ Self Day 2011
Any Parks and Recreation fans out there? What’s that you say? You never once missed an episode? Not even in syndication?! Niiice—I trust this year’s Treat Yo’ Self Day will be your most lavish to date!
For those unfamiliar with the show, here’s all you need to know:
There is a need to build upon social change and the time is now. In the creation of the Break the Silence Photography Series for Sexual Violence Awareness, Stephanie Santore and Ashley Matthews asked volunteers to step forward to reveal their personal experience with sexual violence or abuse. They also welcomed supporters of the cause that included friends/family members of those affected to speak out against it. This event was a part of August First Friday Scranton. The event also doubled as a fundraiser for the Women’s Resource Center.
“You’re kinda hot, but if you lost, like, 15 pounds, you’d be smokin’!”
“But, you have such a pretty face…”
“Don’t listen to her—she’s fat and stupid!”
I have a confession: I’m a lifetime member of the Curvy Ladies Club. As such, I am constantly told my worth is directly tied to my weight. And whether that message comes from boyfriends, family, colleagues, or society at large, the bottom line is the same: