This bag does not hold as much as I would have thought for the price. It really is strictly a small lap-top/iPad bag. There are not enough inside compartments to consider this anything else.
The leather IS sumptuous, but again, for the price, I would have thought this item would have had 'feet' on the bottom so the fine leather doesn't get too scuffed up from use.
A Bit Too Pricey For What it Is
Ekouaer Women's Comfort Sleepwear Long Sleeve Pajama Set with Pj Pants (XS-XL)
Perfect for lounging pajama's like in an old-time movie (as long as you wear your bra with them! LOL). I can answer the door with confidence that I am comfortable, yet still look 'dressed'.
Considering the amount of man made material in these, they do keep you extra warm. However, they don't breath very well. You may find yourself perspiring a bit at times -especially if you have hot flashes!
They are made for a taller lankier body than I have (I am 5'4" and about 155 lbs and was given the size Large) the legs are very long and I needed to roll the waistband up once so I wouldn't trip. The length of the arms are extra long and needed to be folded up twice.
They seem to wrinkle quite easily if you have had them stuffed in your PJ drawer like I did. Just toss them in the dryer on low for a few minutes with a damp towel to get rid of the wrinkles.
My best friend had bought me these for Christmas and I did like them very much so I went and bought my own set in another color and a larger size. The top runs just a hair smaller around my middle than I would like. Not enough to reject them; I just like to look sleek and hav e my tops a little baggy so that none of my 'rolls' are delineated or hugged by my clothing!
I just wish that all the sizes had ALL the colors available.
This bra is a bit uncomfortable to wear all day. When I cross an arm across my chest to reach for something, the top of the cup bites into or perhaps a better way to say it is that it chafes my chest/underarm area. (I can't explain it any better.) The cups really cover everything but there is very little by the way of padding, so if you are cup challenged like me, (I am uneven in my cup sizes) don't expect this bra to help you out.
This bra is cut so that there is very little fat rollover on my back but under my arms is another story.
I bought a La Isla Women's Smooth Front Closure Underwire Push Up Plunge Bra Top Beige for about 6 dollars less than the Maidenform and while the cups are a little sparser, there is more padding to give the girl's a bit more uplift and I have no discomfort.
January 24th, 2016
Some NEW Ideas Just Don't Work for the Real Person
These are BOOTIES not sneakers .
Beware: you will most likely need a shoe horn to get you into these things. With no way of loosening the tongue of the shoe, (laces are just for looks) there is no easy way to get your foot in. And if you do manage to get your foot in you will most likely need a shoe horn to do so. I only got my foot in by taking my socks off and doing what amounted to a Native American Tribal Dance around my house, trying to squish my foot in. Then to get the "rear pull on strap" to work...well it doesn't. That's why you might need a shoe horn.
Runs small and runs a bit narrow.
These are extremely tight over the top of my foot and with no way to release the pressure by loosening the laces, my feet began to swell after a couple of hours. If you have edema I would steer clear.
Oct 17th 2015
Riders by Lee Indigo Women's Ultra Soft Skinny Jean.
These are some of the oddest fitting jeans I have ever tried. I have also never bought a pair of jeans that came with a warning before! "Deep Dyed (to paraphrase) Warnings---wash before wearing since these will tend to rub off on material and your upholstery and the leather interior of your car. Let me tell you, even after washing I still got some on my car seats and can't get it off. Wash separately ALWAYS! And if you have light colored leather seats---cover them when you wear these.
They fit big all over for me - especially in the butt and back thigh area. They do stretch... a lot. They come up over the hips and fit at a more natural waistline than some jeans today do. They are by no means 'hip-huggers'. I'm 5'3 and they are still a tad short on me.
They do NOT look like typical jeans and don't even seem to be made out of true denim. They are made of thinner material than typical jeans, so they may not be appropriate for northern winters.