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It’s Party Dress Season!

Audrey Hepburn’s role in the classic movie Breakfast at Tiffany's is memorable, her “little black dress” unforgettable. Can you actually get breakfast at Tiffany’s?

For decades women have secretly wished they looked like Audrey Hepburn did in that simple, elegant “little black dress.” Every woman has one. If you don’t, you need to go out and get one! You never know when there will be a holiday dinner, cocktail party, gala, or some other event requiring that special dress. Finding the perfect dress may not be enough if the dress doesn’t fit quite like you want it to. What if you could have the body to go with the dress?

Selecting the right dress is step one. Step two is getting the body to look good in the dress!  What if all it took was 6 weeks to tone and firm arms, shoulders, and waist, and lose weight for that perfect fit? Have I piqued your curiosity? Read on. Pilates is the solution. 6 weeks on a Pilates apparatus and you will see results. Take the Little Black Dress Challenge at Ballet Austin’s Pilates Studio. Karen recently took the challenge. Here is what she has to say,

When I started my Little Black Dress Challenge at Ballet Austin, my instructor told me with total confidence that Pilates would re-build me from the inside out. I didn’t believe her. But multiple black dress events loomed in my future. I took the challenge, and now I'm stunned! I'm not the same person that showed up that first day in the Pilates Studio. I’m stronger, leaner, and an added benefit is that Pilates is a huge stress reliever! Week by week I'm re-claiming beloved pieces in my wardrobe; most importantly, my little black dress!”

Audrey Hepburn once said, “I believe laughing is the best calorie burner. Audrey must not have ever taken Pilates.

For more information on the Little Black Dress Challenge, click here.

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