Oh I have a LOT of work to do on that front- her legs are incredible.
Looooooove these pics...Beautiful ;)street style Allegra VERSACE: http://magmoiselle.fr
I thought so too! I bought the mazagine after I saw it-- she is so beautiful, in such a toned and attainable way (really? Okay, maybe not that attainable, but I work out... :) ). I love WH and SHAPE. Those magazines are addicting even if they say the same thing over and over... Have a great week!xo Jessica Raewww.lovelyuglydesign.blogspot.com
so graceful and so powerful.
They TOTALLY inspire me. I'm actually taking Ballet to try and get into shape after having my baby. I haven't seen Black Swan yet, but when I heard this gal trained natalie, I totally wanted to join a class to try and get that ballet figure. Thanks for sharing =)- Sarahhttp://agirlintransit.blogspot.com/
yep- Mary Helen Bowers trained Natalie Portman. This was such a great feature on her in Womens Health.
Aside from those positions making my back hurt just looking at them (Lol), they are gorgeous. My legs will never be that long (I'm pleasantly petite, I say), but having them nicely toned is doable.I just might jump on that thing I refer to as the 8 foot elephant in the room...our elliptical machine. :)Thanks! Have a great day!Sophisticated Steps
Ooh la la! These are incredibly gorgeous photos
ahh so gorgeous!!xo.ashley
As a former ballerina, I love love love this spread! So beautiful, it is inspiring me to take classes again. Thanks for sharing!
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