Well, this just in: Spring has sprung, and there are plenty of reasons to celebrate! Here are some things to look forward to now that the snow is finally melting:
How depressing is it to leave work when the sun’s already disappeared? With Daylight Saving’s time come more hours in the sun! Now when you’re ready to pack up your briefcase and head on home, you’ll be accompanied by blue skies and light rays. The best part? Every day you’ll get a little more. [Read more…] about You were starting to think winter would never end, weren’t you?
We were recently featured in beautynewsnyc. Here are some selections from the review:
Swimming fashions have seen many styles over the years. From the modest beach outfits in the 1920s some of us may associate with our great grandmothers, to the revolutionary bikini invented in 1946 by French engineer Louis Réard, and the G-string of late, we have seen it all on the beach where less often meant best. Lately though, it seems that a countermove has been occurring. Have designers run out of options to reveal even more skin? Modesty has become fashionable again. One-piece conservative options have evolved to be as playful as their bikini sisters, and enable you to transition from the pool to the street in a blink.
With concerns about skin cancer and a desire for restraint, women are often seen at the beach herethese days more covered up, wearing dresses, pants, or oversized shirts for extra sun protection and privacy. A New Rochelle, NY-based company, HydroChic has sensed the need for new options in swim and beachwear for today’s women. Versatile swim skirts, skorts, shorts, pants and swim dresses – as well as lightweight jackets and sundresses, are available to wear in or out of the water. For women uncomfortable exposing their bodies in public, these new stylish options come as a liberation.”
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We are happy to announce that we were recently featured in the Five Towns Jewish Times. [Read more…] about HydroChic Featured in Five Towns Jewish Times
We are thrilled to announce that we were recently featured in Oklahoma’s Own News on 6
Here are a few selections from the piece:
Maya, a 45-year-old breast cancer patient, faced a dilemma. A lifelong exercise buff, her diagnosis made her even more committed to physical fitness as a weapon in her fight against cancer. The California resident was also self-conscious about her post-mastectomy appearance. She did not want to choose between getting the exercise she needed and drawing attention to herself at the pool.
The “athleisure wear” industry is also becoming more aware of the varying cultures, faiths and communities that require more modest attire. Companies like the New Rochelle-based HydroChic (www.hydrochic.com) specialize in fashionable coverage for what they call “real women” – consumers outside the traditional market. It offers products like swimwear and tops with mastectomy options, figure-flattering styles that cover the arms and legs, and flexible workout wear that provides compression without restricting movement. HydroChic’s durable, stretchable fabric also protects against sun damage with UPF 50+ protection and chlorine-proof fabrics.”
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