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ResultWear Announces Availability on Transcending the Shapewear Category.

[ClickPress, Mon May 07 2012] As ResultWear by dMondaine enters its sophomore season, creator Kiana Anvaripour is delighted to announce that the innovative shapewear and fashion solutions brand will now be carried at for the Spring/Summer 2012 selling season.

The Los Angeles-based brand has been lauded since its inception for transcending the shapewear category beyond "fashion solutions" and "foundation garments" and's support further cements ResultWear as a true high fashion brand.

ResultWear is the first to make shapewear beautiful and sexy while embracing a woman's curves to create an hourglass figure. Traditionally, the shapewear market is full of embarrassing and uncomfortable retrofitted pieces, but Anvaripour's eveningwear roots inform her keen understanding of the female form. Anvaripour's fashion background also ensures that ResultWear is beautiful and sartorially sound enough to wear not just as innerwear, but also as a layering piece under sheer or lace clothing, "and it looks sexy by itself at the beginning, and end, of the night," she explains.

ResultWear by dMondaine was created in 2011 to meet the demand for beautiful shapewear that lifts, shapes, and creates a smooth silhouette, all without the need of a bra or underwire. The patent pending collection features smoothing, contoured bands and breathable performance fabrics that smooth, firm and shape problem areas while enhancing a woman's best assets. As the name implies, ResultWear is designed to get results. ResultWear ranges from $79.00 - $169.00.

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