Fashion Therapy And JustFab

A surprising amount of people struggle with a lot of insecurities, self doubt and frustrations. What a lot of people have yet to realize is a lot of how they feel can be influenced by the clothes they wear. Therefore, they have a lot of stores they can look at in order to find the type of clothes that they want. Women have a better chance at finding something that stands out than men do. Men are more about the subtleties when it comes to fashion. Men will have jackets that are pretty much the same except for a slight variation in fabric on LinkedIn. Meanwhile, women will have a few different cuts. However, even that has limitations sense they seem to be made for only one body type. This is where JustFab comes in.

JustFab is a online subscription retailer that offers a lot of different cuts for women of different body types. One of the CEOs of JustFab is Don Ressler. He is one of the people that believe in providing a lot of unique fashions for women. Now women are able to find even more interesting pieces of clothing in order to help influence their feelings.

When women find the type of clothes they want, they will feel a lot better when they wear it. They get to experience what different fabrics bring to them. For instance, some clothes give women peace. Therefore, they wear these outfits when they are under stress. There are also opportunities to color coordinate because of Don Ressler’s online fashion retailers. With the right type of clothing, women will feel ecstatic about themselves. They may even forget what it is they were insecure about.

Don Ressler’s companies such as JustFab and Fabletics makes sure that women of various shapes and sizes have clothing that fits them well. Women also get to choose the different types of fits when it comes to the clothes they want. Don Ressler allows women to choose tight clothes on Brandettes. At the same time, there is the option for looser fitting clothes for other reasons. Don wants to make sure that he accounts for different purposes.

Learn more about Don Ressler: http://www.entrepreneur.wiki/Don_Ressler

Squaw Valley CEO Andy Wirth Takes On Another Leadership Role

Newly installed chairman of the Reno-Tahoe Regional Airport Service Corporation Andy Wirth says he has a big job ahead of him.

The longtime CEO of Squaw Valley Resort Holdings says it is a tremendous honor and one he doesn’t take lightly.

According to SteamBoatToday, Andy Wirth will be in charge of helping the RASC bring additional air flights to the area. This will in turn bring even more business and needed dollars to the area. “We are already thriving, but we can do better,” said Wirth.

Just a few years ago, the area was hit with a drought that wreaked havoc on the area. Due to a rare phenomenon, the California ski resort area only received about 60 percent of the normal snowfall. “We were hit hard, but the area persevered. That says a lot about who we are,” said Andy Wirth.

Andy has succeeded in securing a number of flights to and from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport from designations all throughout West. Flights from Oakland International Airport, JetBlue and Alaska Airlines have already been brought on board.

Along with Wirth, the RASC brought in Atlantic Casino Resort Spa CEO Kimberlee Tolkein to serve in the role of secretary and CEO of Incline Resort/Crystal Village Andy Chapman as treasurer. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/news/articles/2014/09/andy-wirth-squaw-valley.aspx

The RASC was formed in 2001 to help bring in viable businesses and make the area more flight-friendly for skiers. Wirth has helped the corporation grow its air service and continue to assist Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

Andy Wirth has made a huge difference in the Reno-Tahoe ski community. As CEO of Squaw Valley, he has been one of the leading voices in climate change and adopting green initiatives. He has also been on the forefront of bringing in new ideas to make the area more than just a ski junket.

Wirth was installed as CEO of Squaw Valley in 2010 after the ouster of Nancy Cushing. He brought Wirth out of the basement with the reputation of being one of the worst resorts in the area to one of the best. Squaw Valley is now on par with some of the best ski resorts in the world.