Stress Management Tips for Everyday

stress-reliefLong days, car trouble, extended winter weather, traffic jams—there’s no shortage of stressors in our day-to-day lives! Have you ever wondered how to relieve stress you experience while at work or home? While a deep breath and counting to ten might work for a minute, we have a few other easy, no-cost stress management tips that will help combat daily anxiety.

Chew away your blues

Maybe your mother taught you that chewing gum will give you cavities, but did she know that researchers from around the world have found that people who chew gum when they’re stressed show more signs of relaxing than those who don’t? Studies show that agitated people who chew gum report feeling less stressed and more alert. Researchers wonder if the act of chewing increases blood flow to the brain (which would explain the alert, clear-headed feeling). So pick your favorite flavor and pop in a piece next time you’re feeling anxious.

Clear your head quickly

Have you ever heard of the “occipital rub”? It’s a quick, easy massage technique that will be sure to provide you with stress relief while at work or out. Simple take your first three fingers and place them towards the back of your neck where your neck and head connect (just below your ears). Rub back and forth for 30 seconds or until you feel yourself relax. Goodbye, anxiety!

Treat yourself to a snack that calms

Magnesium deficiencies are prevalent in those with anxiety disorders, so next time you feel the familiar symptoms creep in, grab a handful of mixed nuts (walnuts, cashews, and almonds are the best for this) and enjoy. Not only are these nuts a natural source of magnesium, they also contain healthy fats and will boost your energy. Who knew stress relief could be so tasty?

Have any stress management tips that have worked for you in the past? Share with us in the comments!


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Celebrity Designer Zac Posen Announces Wedding Dress Collection with David’s Bridal

truly-by-zac-posen-wedding-dress-collectionDo you hear wedding bells in your future? Great news—beloved celebrity fashion designer Zac Posen recently announced his newest collaboration. Soon, brides with modest budgets will be able to snag a Zac Posen wedding dress at David’s Bridal stores. Truly by Zac Posen will feature signature Posen designs (form-conscious, clean lines that flatter a woman’s natural shape) in sizes 0-26. In a fashion market without many plus size wedding dress options, Zac Posen’s newest line is happily anticipated by curvy brides everywhere.

Posen is not only designing wedding dresses for David’s Bridal; he is expanding his line to include bridesmaid dresses and evening wear options. All pieces are affordably priced and give brides of all sizes the chance to look and feel like a princess.

Viewers of Good Morning America were treated to a sneak-peek of Posen’s collection Monday, February 10. Clearly designed with a woman’s curves in mind, each wedding dress looked beautiful on the range of models presented. Are you in the market for a wedding dress? Be sure to keep an eye out for Posen’s collection later this year. Have you looked at Leading Lady’s full figure underwire bra selection? We have supportive and beautiful bra options that are perfect for your wedding day—from first dance to last!

Happy shopping, brides-to-be!

First Time Bra Fit with Liz J.


Liz J. is a Cleveland native and full-time nanny to four adorable children. She graduated from Xavier University with a Psychology degree and hopes to pursue a Masters in Psychology so she can one day work with troubled children. For now she practices her future therapeutic skills on Ellwood, her white boxer who is both deaf and crippled but the “greatest dog living.”



How old were you when you got your first bra?

Twelve years old, or at the end of eleven. I got real boobs when I was twelve.

Who bought you your first bra?

I think my mom. I know I tried to go shopping with my friends instead, but that didn’t work out.

What do you remember about it—the bra style, fit, color, etc?

There are two I remember: one was brown, not underwire, and it had a little bow in the middle. It was so basic and boring. The other one was pink and was my favorite. My pink one felt like a “big girl” bra while the brown one felt like—“go cover yourself, you have boobs now” bra.

How old were you when you were first professionally fit for a bra?

Thirteen, I think. My mom took me to Victoria’s Secret.

How was the experience?

Super awkward. The woman was nice, but I was just so awkward. My mom and the lady were both in the dressing room with me, telling me: “you have to know your actual bra size” [high pitched, mom-style imitation]. It’s just that girls have to think about the weirdest stuff like bra sizes. All of the awkwardness I felt—that’s what I remember.

Do you remember what bra size you were then?

Either a 34B or a 36B. I don’t know anything about small boobs—because for me, I had no boobs, and then one day I had big boobs. They were never small.

What bra size are you now?

A 36DD. It took me forever to learn how to fit myself. And now, they’re shrinking!

What kinds of bras do you wear typically?

I pretty much wear sports bras all week, or camis with built in bras under t-shirts. I like the compression-style sports bras the most. I only wear an underwire bra if I’m dressing up to look cute of if I’m wearing a t-shirt that makes it easy to tell I have a sports bra on.

When do you never wear bras?

Around the house, or sleeping! Never while sleeping.

What’s special about your favorite bra you own?

It’s an all-lace underwire that has a thin lining, no padding. It feels like I’m not even wearing a bra and it pushes my boobs up without pushing them together. You can see the lace as bumps under a shirt sometimes, which is annoying, but I love it anyway.

What bras do you have trouble with?

Strapless bras—they never hold my boobs up. I’ve never had a successful experience with one. You don’t see me wearing them!

Do you have a favorite bra-related story?

I feel like I should have a ton [ed. note: this is true, Liz is hilarious] but for some reason I can’t think of any in particular. I think when I was younger I could have told you a lot of funny times with bras and puberty, but now my boobs have been around for a while so they’re just, ehh. Like I am so used to them that it’s not exciting anymore.


New Research Suggests Aspirin Could Prevent Ovarian Cancer in Women

new-research-suggests-aspirin-could-prevent-ovarian-cancer-in-womenDoctors have a history of prescribing a daily aspirin to those predisposed to heart attacks or strokes, and new research suggests that a woman’s risk of developing ovarian cancer might be lowered with a daily low-dose of aspirin as well.

Though research is only in the beginning stages, there is evidence that a woman’s risk for ovarian cancer may be reduced by 20% by taking a daily aspirin dose. Past research for a link between aspirin and ovarian cancer has not proved fruitful, but the National Cancer Institute analyzed 12 different studies conducted by the Ovarian Cancer Association Consortium for a fresh perspective.

With all of the studies combined, researchers looked at data from almost 20,000 women. 7,776 of the women studied had ovarian cancer and the remaining 11,843 did not. At the most recent study’s conclusion, research showed that women who took a daily dose of aspirin (less than 100 mg) had a 20 percent reduced risk of ovarian cancer compared to women who took aspirin less than once a week.

Despite research findings, doctors are careful to warn against self-medicating with aspirin. Co-author of the study, Britton Trabert, cautions against women taking preventative aspirin just yet: “[the study results] should not influence current clinical practice.” The study’s findings are hopeful though; finding preventative steps towards ovarian cancer will reduce the risk many women face.

Ovarian cancer is the leading gynecological cancer among women. Symptoms include prolonged cramping in the belly or back, abnormal vaginal bleeding, and nausea. Please contact your doctor is you are experiencing any of these symptoms. Leading Lady Spokesmom Danah Bordner is an advocate and supported of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition in memory of her friend Erika, and we are proud to support her and the NOCC in their fight against ovarian cancer.

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Valentine’s Day Gift and Date Ideas You’ll Love

unique-valentines-day-gift-and-date-ideas-youll-loveTired of red roses and heart-shaped boxes of chocolates? You’re not alone. Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and we’ve got some fresh date ideas for v-day gifts that steer clear of the tried-and-true ideas of yesteryear. Here are a few do-it-yourself gifts and sweet dates that are sure to please your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day:



Breakfast in bed with a twist

Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year. Every restaurant will be booked with reservations (most of them last-minute) and crowded with other couples. Do you want to have to shout across a cramped table to have a conversation with your date? Probably not. Why not try breakfast in bed with a twist? Prepare buttery, delicious waffles, strawberries cut into hearts, and other delectable breakfast favorites for dinner! There’s no culinary rule that prevents you from making breakfast at night, and bacon is the perfect side to any meal. Substitute your morning coffee for a mimosa or other adult beverage and settle in for a leisurely breakfast you’d never be able to enjoy on a normal morning.

Thoughtful gift for him

You know that list of projects you’d like to finish around the house when you have “free time”? We all keep a mental list of tasks we’d like to accomplish, so give a Valentine’s Day gift that’s both helpful and sweet and solve one of these projects for your loved one. One idea if you’re struggling to think of a good example is refresh your partner’s music on his iPod or other music player. Download a variety of new songs you know your partner loves and mix in a couple of classics that always put a smile on his face. Title the surprise playlist “Valentine’s Day 2014” or something sweet (inside jokes work well too!). When you return the player, leave a heart-shaped post-it note on the front with a quick note leading him to the playlist.

The best morning routine

Print out a couple of your favorite pictures of you and your partner, your pet, your kids, or anything important to the two of you. Decorate them with markers, cut a heart around him—whatever sweet details you want. When he goes to be Thursday night, quietly place or tape the photos so that they’re sure to be seen while he’s going through his morning routine. You don’t even need to add notes; let the pictures speak for themselves and remind him of all the love you’ve shared.

Gift in a jar

Mason jars are popping up right and left in craft projects, and Valentine’s Day is sure to be no exception. Buy a mason jar from your supermarket, dollar store, or local craft shop. Is your partner into cooking? Fill his jar with tiny packets of fancy sea salt, spices, or espresso beans covered in chocolate. Gourmet food items are found in all kinds of home good stores and even in the aisles of your supermarket. Even if he doesn’t have a specific hobby, fill a jar with cute candies and small gifts that might replace something that’s worn down, like ear buds or a money clip.

Happy Valentine’s Day! Let us know your own creative ideas in the comments.


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Sports Bras and Your Workout Routines: Lisa Cole’s Bra Fit Advice

Have you jump-started your gym or workout routines for the New Year?  Lots of my clients are making sure looking good and feeling great are must haves for 2014. We as individuals can eat well, live actively and be healthier overall to achieve better results. It’s not about what size you are, or immediately feeling the need to diet–It’s about making wellness a size sport bra

In January of 2013, I made the decision to do this, and have significantly reduced my frame and sculpted my figure by walking five times a week for twenty-five minutes.  I dropped two sizes!  I like the way I look especially in my workout apparel.  A great fitting sports bra has been a must have.  Leading Lady’s Wirefree Full Figure Sports Bra has been my fitness companion essential to my workout routine.  This crop top full figure sports bra comes in fashion colors and prints. Yes, you can go beyond basic black and grey for your workout wear.  The bra size ranges from 36B/C/D to 56 DD/F/G and is designed to fit a range of three cup sizes. It’s comfortable and layers easily under a tank top or t-shirt.  If a strap happens to show, don’t worry, it has a fashion element so it doubles as a fun fashion solution.  The key word in a great fitting sports bra is “compression.”  Compression keeps your breasts from bouncing while exercising.  This bra keeps you contained and comfortable while you work out.

Healthy is the new sexy!  Make 2014 your year for looking and feeling your best.

Lisa Cole is the Founder/Fit Expert of StyleFitSolutions.Com.  She provides advice on all aspects of style as it pertains to bra fit and body confidence solutions for women.  She is a speaker and hosts private events around the country.

Full Figure Fashion: Secrets to Faking a Smaller Waist

Full figure fashion is all about accentuating the positive.  Sometimes that requires a touch of clever fashion magic to create a smaller waist to show off our best features.

Curves often look their best with contrast, in order to help our finest assets really stand out.  One of the best ways to achieve a voluptuous, sexy look is to create an hour-glass shape.  But not all of us come by this classic shape naturally, especially the part about the cinched waist.  Well not to worry, fashionistas!  We’ve got some awesome tricks to help you stop sucking in that waist and start looking fabulous.

Check out our top tips for faking a smaller waist:

wrap dress_courtesy of bloomingdales.comDress for Success

There are two dress styles that are ideal for creating the illusion of a smaller waist:  the wrap dress and a structured, fitted dress.  A wrap dress is the universal dress that works with every body shape.  It drapes beautifully over every curve and slims the waist with a side or front tie.  Plus the v-neck line can show off cleavage tastefully.  A fitted dress is great for women with curves because it gives structure to the body without creating bulk and unnecessary draping.  Thicker fabrics are better at hiding bulges.  Play around with different necklines – square neck, scoop neck, v-neck – to determine which look is best for you.

Color Block It

Color blocking essentially brings the hour glass to you.  Its slimming design uses contrasting color panels to give the illusion of a smaller waist.  It’s a classic look that Hollywood fashionistas have been wearing for decades.  And the simple design allows you to be more creative with colors.  Go for hues that represent your personal style.

belted blazer_courtesy of macys.comBlazers and Coats in a Cinch

Much like the wrap dress, cinched blazers and coats draw in the waist for a flattering statement.  Modern trench coats are on trend for winter in classic khaki or winter white.  Belted blazers are excellent waist-cinchers for business functions.

Vertical Stripage

Vertical stripes elongate the body, making you to look taller and thinner with very little effort.  Pinstriped pants are a subtle way to achieve this look.  Pair with a solid blouse that has an interesting feature, such as a ruffle or unique buttons.

Lift the Bust

Full figure women often complain of sagging.  Without proper support, heavy breasts can fall into the waist-line, which is an unflattering shape and adds bulk to your midsection.  A properly fitting full figure bra can easily correct this problem by lifting the breasts, holding them upright and preventing bounce.  Plus you’ll be amazed at how much more comfortable your back and shoulders feel in a great full figure bra, not to mention the boost your confidence will receive.

pencil skirt_courtesy of redbook.comPencil Me In

Straight and simple, the pencil skirt is great at giving the appearance of a smaller waist.  Because it is form fitting, it holds in the waist and allows the rest of your curves to do their job.  Pencil skirts are appropriate year-round and allow for endless outfit possibilities.  Try a high-waisted pencil skirt for an uber-fashionable look.

Celebrating curves through full figure fashion is one of our passions too.  And luckily, we’re here to help each other fudge our way into looking our best.  So go on and fake that smaller waist!

Downsize Fitness Promotes Judgment Free Exercise

downsize-fitness-promotes-judgment-free-exerciseImproved fitness goals are one of the most common New Year’s resolutions. Even though it’s still January, resolutions have already begun to fade from consciousness. Research shows that only 46% of people who resolve to get fit in the New Year are continuing their goal after six months of working out. It’s hard to find the motivation to make it to the gym, but one new kind of fitness facility hopes to change one of the biggest reasons heavier men and women have for skipping the gym. Downsize Fitness, a gym chain which originated in Chicago, only allows membership for individuals who are 50 pounds overweight or heavier.

Downsize Fitness aims to help people get healthy while also creating a unique gym community: one without body shaming issues that are sometimes prevalent in other chain gyms. Fitness centers can be intimidating for those less-than-perfect patrons who feel watched and ridiculed by other members. At Downsize Fitness, 95% off the staff has completed or is in the process of his or her weight loss journey. Without the intimidation factor, patrons can try new exercises and classes and feel empowered by the success of other members. Even the equipment is designed to support larger frames.

January 19th through the 25th is National Healthy Weight Week. Even if Downsize Gym (which has limited locations currently) doesn’t sound like the kind of gym you’d like to join, it’s important to remember that working out is one key factor in fighting diseases like diabetes and heart disease. We encourage everyone, regardless of body shape and size, to practice healthy habits like exercising regularly, eating well, and getting enough sleep. Celebrate the curves you’ve got by making sure you’re wearing a well-fitted sports bra, too. Want to make sure you’re wearing the right size? Our bra size calculator is a great tool to use at home with basic measurements.

Drink more water, make sure to exercise, and keep smiling! Let’s push through those New Year’s resolutions and make the right choices for staying healthy in body and mind.


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Plus Size Printed Leggings: Fun and Easy Ways to be Fashionable and Comfortable this Winter

Plus size printed leggings are one of the easiest, most comfortable and trendiest looks for winter.  Throw on a cute top and a pair of boots and you have a simple, yet fashionable, outfit for almost any occasion.  Swap the boots for heels and you’re ready for your evening plans.

We’ve put together some fun ways to dress up and dress down your plus size printed leggings for the most flattering looks:

Animal print leggings_courtesy of macys.comPrints and Patterns That Reflect Your Personal Style

Printed leggings are a great way to make a personal fashion statement, so make sure yours are a reflection of you.  Feeling wild?  Go for a leopard or zebra print.  Wanna be sweet?  How about floral?  Are you cute and flirty?  Try polka dots or lace.  Need to be noticed?  Bright colors can do the trick.  There are endless possibilities so pick something that really allows “you” to shine through.

Long Tops for Uber Comfort

If your goal is to be comfy and warm, look no further than a fabulous pair of leggings and a long top.  Oversized sweaters or cardigans look awesome with printed leggings, as do drapey blouses and longer oxford shirts.  If you prefer something more form fitting but need to stay warm, wear a fitted tank top or t-shirt underneath and pair with an open-front blazer.  We love this look with tall boots.  The combination of a long top and high boots will elongate your look, giving a taller, slimmer appearance.

Red print leggings_courtesy of macys.comDress It Up or Dress It Down

Casual or dressy, many dresses look great with printed leggings.  Wrap dresses look fantastic with printed leggings because they give definition to your legs and create a more interesting outfit.  Or, try a structured dress and heels with your printed leggings for a dressier look for work or date night.  Be sure your dress does not clash with your leggings.  Look for solid color dresses or ones with subtle prints that blend nicely with your leggings.

Flatter Yourself

A few tips for your most flattering look:

  • The best plus size printed leggings will fit snugly without creating bulges or ripples.
  • If you are wearing a tighter shirt, be sure the waist-band on your leggings is not too thick or bulky so it doesn’t protrude.
  • Spandex blends will help hold your curves in place.
  • Bulky fabrics and textures may create a thicker appearance.  Stick to smooth, sleek fabrics and let the prints create the illusion of texture.
  • Black and grey are always the most slimming.
  • Horizontal stripes cut off the leg.  If you are a stripes-loving gal, go for vertical.
  • Panty lines are no fun so wear seamless underwear or thongs.

We hope you have a blast this winter in your plus size printed leggings!  Share your personal style with us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Instagram.


First Time Bra Fit with Ty Alexander

ty-alexander-gorgeous-in-greyTy Alexander is an experienced lifestyle writer who has worked with notable publications like HelloBeautiful,, Huffington Post, and XOJane. With a bubbly personality and a sassy voice to match, Ty is a budding online content editor eager to win the heart of every fashion and beauty girl. Known for her gorgeous grey tresses, she also edits her own fashion and lifestyle blog, You can follow her on Twitter & Instagram @gorgeousingrey



How old were you when you got your first bra?

I was 9. I left for the summer to visit my aunt in Delaware and I came back with boobs. YIKES.

Who bought it for you?

My mom and I went to the Kmart and made me try on LOADS of bras.

What do you remember about it—bra style, fit, comfort, etc?

It was so uncomfortable. I remember wondering if this was what it was really like to be a woman. Because it truly sucked! And hurt.

How old were you when you were first fit for a bra?

OH MY…grown! Like in my 20’s. And I went to Victoria’s Secret and they fit me there.

Who fit you?

A random but very nice sales associate.

Does anything stick out about the experience?

I remember feeling extremely awkward having someone touch and feel me up in the store.

Do you remember what bra size you were during your first fit?

Oooo…maybe a 36 DD?

What bra size are you now?


How often do you get fit/measure yourself for a bra?

Every time I purchase a bra, which is every month or so, I get someone to resize me.

What did you think about having to wear a bra at all?

I think most people in my presence would get NOTHING done if I didn’t wear a bra.

Do you like bras?

If it’s a sexy black lace one, yes. Those granny Madonna pointy bras, NO!

What would you add/change to the structure?

I would figure out how to have a sexy big bra without making 8 clasps in the back?!

Why do you think so many women don’t know their “true” bra size?

So many women are in denial. Just like our jean size. We put some much value in what that number (inside of our clothes) reads that we dismiss the value in comfort.

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