April 25, 2011

Your secret weapon, revealed.

Bring It Ups. The name says it all. We've carried these disposable breast lifts for years. Dressers to the stars know about them, and now you do, too.

How do Bring It Ups work? These tissue-thin BFF's help lift a decolletage by adhering directly to your dry, clean skin--the perfect choice when you're wearing a neckline that plunges down to there, or when your bra straps don't quite match up to your outfit's. Terrific with swimsuits, backless and strapless fashions, Bring It Ups' transparent, waterproof, hypoallergenic adhesive beats knock-offs, hands down. You apply Bring It Ups to the top of the breast, rather than underneath, to lift and reposition loose skin inches higher...without the hassle of duct tape or the expense of a plastic surgeon!

Keep a pair of Bring It Ups in your overnighter!

Bring It Ups can even be worn with your regular strapless bra for a little extra support on that big night out. While they aren't meant to take the place of your every day bra, they can be a life saver when you just can't go without. We offer them in two sizes--Regular to fit cup sizes A-D, and Plus for sizes up to DD for extra support.
Are you ready for your walk down the red carpet?

April 15, 2011

Breathe easy. Cotton's back.

There's absolutely nothing like it. When warm weather hits the South, there's no substitute for the real deal.... When it comes to comfort, Cotton is Queen at Rebecka Vaughan.

We're pleased to offer, once again, THEA's embroidered white sheeting gowns with matching robes. Threads of Hope for Economic Advancement is a women's cooperative in the Philippines which makes fabulously breezy, utterly feminine cotton sleepwear that so many of us in warmer climes love to wear--especially from Mother's Day through Labor Day.

And we've got tailored cotton. pJamas' ever-popular, menswear-striped percale pajama with lapel and chest pocket, short buttoned-placket gown, and matching robe are back, too. White, blue, or pink. All deliciously crisp and cool.

And even more comfy cotton.... The silkiest hand of any cotton knit on the market is pJamas' butterknit, made in the USA of 100% Bolivian pima cotton. Shorty pajamas in pale pink, tank gowns in two lengths, and wrap kimonos in seafoam. Simple, buttery comfort.

Breathe deeply. Exhale. Now relax. Cotton's back.

April 11, 2011

What's a girl to do?

"Marie." 30-38 band widths, DD-HH cups.
Here at Rebecka Vaughan, we've actually seen women come in for a fitting wearing, not one, but two bras. Bless their hearts. Frankly, they just didn't know any other way to get the support they needed. Truth be known, if you're especially blessed, you can't just walk into any old shop and pick up a bra.

In 1979, Rebecka Vaughan realized this and opened her boutique in Green Hills. For over 32 years, women of all sizes, from all over, have come to us for the perfect fit. And we do mean perfect. No hit-or-miss, this one'll do bras. No saggy bosoms allowed.

Case in point: the "Marie" by Fantasie of England, a company that specializes in smaller torso/fuller bust bras. Newly arrived and hanging on our racks now, this limited-edition darling offers a triple-paneled, stiff lace cup with gorgeous embroidery to amply support DD's through HH's without having to resort to that Madmen look.

Know what we mean? Sure you do. No appointment is ever needed, just stop by and see for yourself.

April 4, 2011

Unleash your inner Brazilian.

Try it. Believe. Loba Slim.
The Girl from Ipanema will have nothing on you with our nothing-short-of amazing shapewear from Lupo of Brazil. Our buying team uncovered this gem at market last year, and we haven't quit hearing our customers sing its praises since. If you've been searching for smoothing control under your clingy spring and summer fashions, look no further than Loba Slim. Graduated compression (no flat tush!), powerful control, and silicone gripper strips make this Lupo's number one seller. Choose from panty, Bermuda leg, hi-waist, convertible camisole, attached bra, and hosiery styles to suit any outfit in your closet.

           And when she's walking, each one she passes goes, 'Ahhh.'
                                                                                    --Antonio Carlos Jobim