Bags & Sleeves
is a full figure, athletic bodystocking designed by celebrity fashion commentator, Gwen Stefani. She was inspired by the styles of the wrestlers she had seen during her early childhood years and thus designed her own brand of fitness wear. Bags & Sleeves are modeled after the wrestling outfit known as the "Aries." The brand's main logo is a depiction of an eagle and the slogan, "Wherever you go, we'll fly, you're with the angels." The Bags & Sleeves Model Apollo has been released in limited quantities and will not be sold during the holiday season this year, but will be a hot commodity once the promotional merchandising cycle for her next album begins.
If you like your bikini's, you will love the Bags & Sleeves
models. Bags are made from velour that have been trimmed with gold leaf to create a look that is soft and comfortable to wear. Sleeves are also available in a wide variety of colors and patterns and feature detailed pantyhose and bikini cut-offs, among other things. Bags & Sleeves have also created a video series entitled "Boys Don't Cry" where the model herself, along with her best friend (and B&S writer) openly discuss fashion and issues affecting young male adolescent youths.
The company also offers a number of male accessories that will complement the bikinis, such as bikram yoga mats and ball caps. For those individuals who do not live in or near an area where Bags & Sleeves Models
is available, the company also offers a web site that will allow one to purchase the clothing online. One can also watch videos uploaded by Ms. Stefani on the company's web site. Additional information about Bags & Sleeves
Model Apollo can be found at the company's main website.
Use Bags & Sleeves Model for Your Bonsai
Bags & Sleeves Model Apollo is one of many popular ballad sets. The full-bodied tree bonsai has a long flowing sleeve with four large buns of leaves covering the full size trunk. This large trunk can be made from plastic, cedar, pine or any other sturdy natural wood. Some bonsai growers spray their trees with a fine finish to bring out the natural color and beauty.
Bags & Sleeves Model Apollo has beautiful buns that resemble the large trunk. This model also includes three smaller trunks that are covered in branches and flowers. The branches of the bakugan are colored green and purple. The large trunk has a clear cover of plastic over it and has colorful leaves.
There are many different sizes of the Bags & Sleeves models. The most popular sizes are the regular bags which are made from brown color fabrics, the small ones made from chenille and the large ones that have clear covers. The large ones are mostly used by professional bakers of Japanese descent. One should try to use smaller sized baksai if one wants to keep a smaller bonsai looking like a baby bonsai.
Bags & Sleeves Model Apollo is also used as a bakingshi or small bonsai. It is often kept in small ceramic jars that have holes cut in them. Other Japanese artists use small baby jars with holes to house their basal.
When starting an artist's hobby, there are usually small things one buys first like paints and brushes. Bags & Sleeves Model Apollo is one of those items, one can use to store small pots of tea or green tea leaves. The Bags & Sleeves model are also suitable for storing small amounts of herbs and potpourri. Some artists prefer to use small containers instead of boxes, and they use this model to display these miniature decorative products in.
It is interesting to note that the bakingshi or bonsai tree originated in China. The early Chinese bakers would decorate their tea pots with small paper lanterns decorated with flowers to improve the aroma of their pot. When the artist realized that his artwork would be more appreciated if it was not displayed in front of a fire, the tradition of displaying art inside small paper lanterns or boxes was born. Today, bakingshi trees are still being used to decorate paper lanterns.
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