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Empowerment Apparel (expires 3/31/17)
Warm your body and kindle kindness, joy, and compassion, while cozying up in this plush, fleece sweatshirt. Designed with classic comfort in mind, this long-sleeved, wide-necked style (and stylish) pullover is super versatile and can be worn either over, or pulled off, the shoulder to add a little spark of chic.
Emblazoned with one of Identity Magazine Founder, Susan Vernicek’s fave phrases, fashion fuels happiness in a snug top that reminds you–and motivates others–to SMILE to INSPIRE.
Offered in marble, acid washed, poly-cotton, and triblend sponge fleece, —
Features: Sideseamed. Relaxed fit. 1×1 rib neckline. Wide ribbed cuffs and waistband. Prelaundered sponge fleece.
Solid Colors: 60% combed and ring-spun cotton 40% poly, 30 single 6.5 oz.
Triblend Colors: 50% poly 37.5% combed and ring-spun cotton 12.5% rayon, 30 single 8.2 oz.
Marble Fleece Colors: 85% combed and ring-spun cotton 15% poly
Acid Wash Fleece*: 52% combed and ring-spun cotton 48% poly, 30 single 7.3 oz.
Susan Vernicek, Self-Esteem Expert, Author, and Successful Entrepreneur, is on a mission to empower women to accept, appreciate, and achieve within themselves and within their lives. But, you would never know this small-town Jersey girl spent years struggling with her own ‘identity’. She climbed her way out of a learning disability, a difficult environment, and a job that made her feel inadequate.
Susan began her career at a medical company after receiving her bachelor’s degree in graphic design and photography from Frostburg State University. She had big dreams of designing groundbreaking advertisements.
But, instead, Susan spent her workdays altering images of people’s (including her own) faces. Spending so much of her time distorting and reworking herself, essentially who she was—her identity—began to take its toll. She didn’t want to spend her time as a guinea pig, manipulating her then 25-year-old face, so that her company would have a “perfectly” proportioned scale to work with—Susan wanted to leave work feeling fulfilled, not inadequate.
Hence, Identity Magazine was born.