Tuesday, September 22, 2009

2009 Emmys Saw Beautiful Gowns And Spanx Underneath

Okay, we can't prove it, but we can bet the lovely ladies were all wearing Spanx at last Sunday's 2009 Emmy Awards.

Beautiful gowns like this turquoise bustier style worn by Ugly Betty's Vanessa Williams, was designed by Rafael Cennano. And invisible Spanx could have been working their magic underneath.

We happen to know that gorgeous Vanessa Williams adores Spanx. It's her secret to looking slender and sleek.
Vanessa revealed to Access Hollywood her celebrity secret, "On the red carpet, I've always got my SPANX from under-bust to mid-thigh. On set, I wear them all the time just to keep things pulled up and tight, especially when wearing skintight stuff."

Even women who religiously work out with a fitness trainer, still put on some Spanx, when they want their bodies to look svelte at an important event. And the women of Hollywood are most likely reaching for their Spanx before hitting the red carpet to look picture-perfect.

Spanx are invisible under-clothing body shapers, bras, panties, camis, hosiery, etc. These light garments give a woman both confidence and comfort. They tuck in this, and pull up those, and firm up that. You get the idea.

To support this year's Emmy-nominated actresses as they glided down the red carpet, Spanx sent each one of them an official SPANX Red Carpet Slim-ulus Package to further enhance their lovely silhouettes in body-hugging couture gowns. We love the title of that one!

That meant celebrity favs like Christina Applegate, Tina Fey, Kristen Chenoweth, and Amy Poehler were all looking uber sleek and sexy.

Check out the photo of Spanx' new Slim Cognito Shape-Suit ($98). In nude or black. This is what it can do for you:

Perfect under skirts and shoulder-baring dresses
Removable underwire gives "the girls" a lift
Adjustable straps ensure comfortable fit
Silky-smooth yarns won't cling to clothes
Cotton double gusset for convenience

If you can't locate a Spanx store near you, try http://www.spanx.com/.

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