Our garters wrap around your leg NOT a pull-up , secure with high-quality soft velcro, and feature our unique patented grippers. Our U. We spent 10 years developing and testing our products. Many prototypes and iterations later, GirlyGoGarter launched and is maintained by a team of mostly stay-at-home moms. My dog decided he wanted to go for a run around the block, so he did Luckily, I was ready to go right before that, wearing my garter under my sundress with my phone in it.
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Its so special, I love the small simple things, they're so much more meaningful! I think it is perfect and so, so beautiful! Thank you! It is just the way I wanted it for my wedding! Thank you!! It is so delicate and feminine. I will be saving this as a wedding keepsake for sure! My daughter absolutely loves her garter and it was a very special part of her wedding day! These garters are so beautiful, I had trouble picking just one! I seriously can't wait to wear it!
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A garter is an article of clothing comprising a narrow band of fabric fastened about the leg to keep up stockings. In the eighteenth to twentieth centuries, they were tied just below the knee, where the leg is most slender, to keep the stocking from slipping. The advent of elastic has made them less necessary from this functional standpoint, although they are still often worn for fashion. Garters have been widely worn by men and women, depending on fashion trends. In Elizabethan fashions, men wore garters with their hose , and colourful garters were an object of display. In Shakespeare 's Twelfth Night , "cross braced" garters a long garter tied above and below the knee and crossed between , as worn by the character Malvolio , are an object of some derision. In male fashion for much of the 20th century a type of garter for holding up socks was used as a part of male dress; it is considered somewhat archaic now. There is a Western wedding tradition for a bride to wear a garter to her wedding, to be removed towards the end of the reception by the groom.
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