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    Goddess Wear

    Do any of you gals own any? I am always seeing ladies around Santa Cruz wearing the tops and/or bottoms and I've noticed that they look GREAT on everyone no matter what their size or shape. I tried on a pair the other day and loved them but they were pretty pricey so I think I'm going to wait till my birthday to get a pair.


    Do any of you know of any stores that sell them at a better price than others?

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    Re: Goddess Wear

    never heard of them. We have a brand down south that makes tee shirts...I LOVE them...called SouthernBelle




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    Re: Goddess Wear

    Haven't seen it in our neck of the woods...but then we're not known as a fashion mecca either...plenty of polartec and gortex here tho'!!
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    Re: Goddess Wear

    Never heard of that line either. Do you have pictures?

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    Re: Goddess Wear

    I'll try to find a website with a link so you can see what they look like. The tops and pants come in a lot of different colors and there are four different styles. I wondered if they were just a Santa Cruz thing or what.

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    Re: Goddess Wear

    Is this the link PB? http://www.goddesswear.com/index.html

    I haven't heard of it until today.

    Looks like it's very form fitting to your body shape.

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    Re: Goddess Wear

    Eeek - I don't think I would even dare to try them on. I'd have stuff oozing over the tops of the pants...

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    Re: Goddess Wear

    Ummm... I'll pass, thanks. Looks like your basic track suit, only two sizes too small.

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    Re: Goddess Wear

    Never heard of them but not something I'd wear anyway.

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    Re: Goddess Wear

    My first thought was *****cat Dolls. I'm not a fan.



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    Re: Goddess Wear

    I would not wear that now...maybe if I lost 95 pounds...then i would be under 100 pounds and could get away with it.

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    Re: Goddess Wear

    Quote Originally Posted by Ginarella View Post
    Is this the link PB? http://www.goddesswear.com/index.html

    I haven't heard of it until today.

    Looks like it's very form fitting to your body shape.
    Yes, thank you for saving me the trouble of finding it.


    I haven't seen most of the things on that website. I've only seen the corduroy jackets and pants. And I love the open heart logo.



    Quote Originally Posted by BFJen View Post
    Eeek - I don't think I would even dare to try them on. I'd have stuff oozing over the tops of the pants...




    No you wouldn't. I don't what size those models are wearing but that 's not what the clothes look like on the women I've seen wearing them.. The sizes come I, II, III, IV and V. I think that translates to size 0-2, 4-6, 8-10, 12-14 and 16-18, but I'm not sure. And I'm not kidding when I say that they look great on everyone I've seen wearing them!



    Quote Originally Posted by SCUBAbe View Post
    I would not wear that now...maybe if I lost 95 pounds...then i would be under 100 pounds and could get away with it.
    If you ever got that light , I think I'd be more worried about your health than what you were wearing!


    Like I said, I've only seen the corduroy looking jackets and pants and they really are cute in person. My Tango dancing teacher was wearing Goddess pants last Friday night and she looked fabulous in them which is what made me think of trying on a pair. I liked the way they look , but I think I actually look better in my usual "groovy pants" that I wear to dance class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Princess Buttercup View Post
    No you wouldn't. I don't what size those models are wearing but that 's not what the clothes look like on the women I've seen wearing them.. The sizes come I, II, III, IV and V. I think that translates to size 0-2, 4-6, 8-10, 12-14 and 16-18, but I'm not sure. And I'm not kidding when I say that they look great on everyone I've seen wearing them!
    Thats because you haven't seen me trying to squeeze my.... not size 18 bod into one of those!




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    Quote Originally Posted by BFJen View Post
    Eeek - I don't think I would even dare to try them on. I'd have stuff oozing over the tops of the pants...
    I heard a plastic surgery commercial on the radio where they call them muffin tops and oh I would have those too . I hate those things and why to they have to nickname them something yummy???

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