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Cuteyloops unveils new sexy summer camisole line
23
Jul '12
Cuteyloops has helped thousands of women lose weight and look their best. Cuteyloops is pleased to announce the addition of a new line of camisoles designed with the summer heat in mind.

The new Sexy Summer Camisole is made of an ultra-strong lightweight material created with the same Nanave weaving technique used in Cuteyloops line of Ultra-Fat Burning Thermal garments that have made the Cuteyloops famous for being one of the garment industry's strongest brands of reshapers.

“The Sexy Summer Camisole is a reshaping option for the summer that is truly 'undercover' and won't make you sweat,” a spokeswoman said. “Most people will look at this cami from a few feet away and never be able to tell the difference between the Sexy Summer Camisole and a regular old cami.

“It would take a garment expert looking at it closely and examining the woven fabric to tell that this is one of the strongest shaping camisoles available anywhere in the world.”

The Sexy Summer Camisole is just the first in Cuteyloops line of specialty seasonal of reshaping garments. “We want our customers to have excellent garment options in every season,” said the spokeswoman.

“Women love the results they've seen with our Ultra-Fat Burning Thermal Shapers and were asking for something just as strong but without the thermal layer that could still help them control the areas they wanted to control when they went to the beach, the park, wherever they're going in the summer, our cami will be perfect.” 

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