#lovelulus – Lou Juillac



Say goodbye to clumsy and dumpy organic dresses, and hello to stylish, sexy and stylish! Gypsy 05 ombre maxi dress is must have dress for spring 2009, and yes it is organic. Gypsy 05 on its own has been one of the hottest new brands to change on stage. The label was created in 2005 and calls itself a t-shirt line, but gypsy 05 also makes great long maxi dresses, hoodies and sweatshirts as well. During the past year, gypsy 05 has received a huge celebrity. Only every Hollywood starter has been seen in their organic maxi dress, and now they have changed things and made the maxi even more popular with an ombre print.

For those who didn't know, ombre is one of the biggest trends for spring. Gypsy 05 ombre maxi dress is a floor-length dress that is light, airy and flattering on the body. Just like the original organic maxi dress, ombre has maxi laces, a v-neck, a low back and an empire waist. The main difference is the fact that it is dipped in the home, so the color fades into a darker shade just around the knee. Too cute!

Gypsy 05 ombre maxi is so hot that it has been presented in many publications and discovered at some of the most stylish celebrities. Actresses Roselyn Sanchez and Kate Hudson both have gypsy 05 ombre maxi dress in charcoal, which is light gray and fades in dark gray. Both ladies are amazing in this dress! Kate shows how versatile the dress is by wearing it as a very relaxed look. She paired it with a striped headband, a gray buttonless cardigan, a large black bag, cuff bracelet and strappy sandals. The girl had no makeup on and still made it so good. Roselyn Sanchez managed to make the ombre maxi dress a little more glamorous, while becoming a day's look. She wore her with coarse black wooden heels and a large black bag. Gypsy 05 ombre maxi dress has also been highlighted in the page six magazine.

The late, big Patrick Swayze was a legend among leading men. Very few movie stars can make a corny romance one year, then turn around and post a cult classical action girl like the Road House next. Swayze's appeal crossed sex barriers and, as they said, girls wanted him and guys wanted to be him. How did he get it off? Many theorize that it was Patrick Swayze mullet who did the trick.

Swayze first pioneered this slant variation on the mole of the Ghost era. Needless to say, the mullet is comparable to the Kurt Russel mullet seen in movies like Escape from New York, but in fact the two are very different. Russel's backbone was just a little longer in the back than it was before, suggesting an attitude that defined the Bad Dude image, but that made him no favors like a dame man, and as we all know, the mullet would be used primarily to identify one as one Damman.

Swayze's mullet was very good, much deeper, and perhaps the finest mullet Hollywood has ever seen.

What made that mullet so special? Well, just look at it. The front we have the Duck Butt style, which is known by Elvis Presley, but in the back we have a wonderful man of blonde locks who are both shaggy and well maintained at once.

The trick may have been in the conditioner that he used, which means that the hair can be shaggy, but not fluffy, shiny, but not too shiny. More likely, it may be a little secret that Swayze took to his grave, a secret that was not intended to fall into hiding hands. Admittedly, if only someone could achieve that appearance, the process of natural selection would be thrown entirely, with any old slob to be able to seduce any woman he might want.

Some of the world's premier mole researchers have tried in vain to recreate this look to perfection just to come out with almost miss and far from the real thing.

Our advice? Experiment with different shampoos, tease a little on the front, and if you manage to get the look right, be kind and watch the secret of your life, and remember that with great force comes the great responsibility.