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Bobbie's Buzz: Fashion Week finds

Sep. 16, 2011 at 9:33 AM ET

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Limited Edition Dress-Up Band-Aids by Cynthia Rowley.

Whether you are a busy fashionista, a mom on the go, a corporate businesswoman, or all three, TODAY style editor and Bobbie.com's Bobbie Thomas shares some of her favorite finds to help you do it all.   

Sheets: Everyone needs a little pick-me-up on those days when energy levels are at their lowest. If coffee isn't your thing, and you stay away from sugary shots, you may want to try Sheets. These individual energy strips are sugar free, calorie free, fast dissolving and loaded with vitamin B to keep you focused throughout the day ($5.95; Takeasheet.com).

Fashion First-Aid: Cynthia Rowley knows that when fashion meets function, anything is possible. With that in mind, she gave out "Fashion First Aid Kits" this year that included everything a modern gal needs to stay stylish and on her feet all day long. From blister protection to eye drops, double stick tape and designer Band Aids, the kit helped to reaffirm the notion that you don't have to sacrifice comfort in favor of fashion. If you weren't in NY to scoop one up, you can pick up a package of her custom designed bandages online. ($5; CynthiaRowley.com)

Remington Ultimate Stylist: If you're like me and have tried to cram your flat iron, blow dryer and all three curling irons under your bathroom sink, you'll rejoice at the arrival of the Remington Ultimate Stylist. A straightener and three-way adjustable curling iron in one, you can keep your hairstyle fresh with just one device. ($32.99; Remingtonproducts.com

Spanx Booty Booster: The new Simplicity Booty Booster shorts by Spanx will flatten your stomach without smushing your tush and give you shape without hiding your assets. ($68; Spanx.com)

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