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Robyn’s Snakeskin Jumpsuit on RHOP

We’ve been seeing a lot of movement on one of our products: A Snakeskin Jumpsuit by Evelyn Belluci.

SALE! Snakeskin Jumpsuit from Moosestrum at Moosestrum.com

After doing some research, we found on WornOnTV.net that Robyn Dixon, of Real Housewives of Potomac wore the jumpsuit on a recent episode:

Featured on: The Real Housewives of Potomac episode “Sip and See You Later” – 5×03
Worn by: Robyn Dixon played by Robyn Dixon
Posted on: August 17, 2020
Posted by: Steph

Take a look at the link above, and thank you to WornOnTV.net for listing Moosestrum as the place to buy this jumper

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Freshkini is the Sexy Bikini Choice for Women Who Dare to Bare!

Maui Sunset Cheeky Bum Bikini from Freshkini at Moosestrum.com

Freshkini is an indie line of high quality, simple and sexy bikinis, beachwear and accessories. Freshkini Bikinis are inspired by Southern California coast style and infused with Brazilian beach culture in an exotic, feminine and flirty way.

Freshkini bikinis are designed to offer minimal coverage for the carefree and adventurous beach girl. Weather you are surfing, tanning, playing beach volleyball or just lounging around our bikinis are sure to make a statement. For the ultra daring, Freshkini offers sheer bikinis, which are somewhat see through, especially when wet.

Zebra Print Connected Triangle Top & G String Thong Bikini from FreshKini at Moosestrum.com
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Dopamine Dressing Style!

Turquoise Adjustable Top & Brazilian Tie Bikini from Freshkini at Moosestrum.com

If you find yourself asking, what is the Dopamine dressing trend? Well, it’s the fashion style is that’s heating up the summer of 2022. 

Dopamine dressing is a fashion style that has the goal of boosting your mood through the wearing of bright, exciting colors. The idea is that wearing vivid clothing, especially clothing that has special meaning or memories to you has a positive impact on your outlook and feelings of happiness. 

It’s called Dopamine Dressing after one of the feel-good chemicals released by the brain that affects one’s overall mood and sense of well-being (the other being Serotonin). 

The phrase “Dopamine Dressing” was coined by psychologist Dr. Dawnn Karen, who is also a professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. 

She has talked about how more than a year of living in the era of Covid affected our morale. People are now looking to distance themselves from what was essentially a stressful period, and one way to do that is through fashion expression. Dr. Dawn says. “I’d say color plays a huge role. Wearing color is a form of communication, and it triggers emotions within us and others perceiving us. The colors you gravitate toward, and ultimately choose to wear, carry meanings much deeper than meet the eye.”

Dopamine Dressing helps us feel good. Colors can help us feel more confident and give us a mental boost that helps make the day just that much brighter. Of course, different colors evoke different feelings for different people, so it’s definitely an individual journey. But why not give it a try?