It’s almost time to open a bottle of bubbly
2016 is coming to a close… have you been naughty or nice?
I suppose we always look back on our year and marvel at all the things we managed to do. This past year has been amazing for my Poledancerka brand and I’m thankful for everyone that has been a part of my journey. My knee pads are already used by Marion Crampe and Maddie Sparkle, Sergia Louise Anderson, Phoenix Kazree, Amy Hazel and thousands of other wonderful pole dancers. This is truly the greatest gift to me, as the owner of the Poledancerka brand.
I’m also super excited about the new additions to my knee pad collection. It took plenty of time and care to design bodysuits, leggings, tops and shorts and I hope you’ll love them as much as I do. We’re pole dancers and are allowed to look good when we train ;). New, awesome pole clothes can lead to renewed motivation and the inspiration to train harder and reach your goals. When I’m wearing my Forte – Piano Shorts, I really feel good about myself – like I can finally nail that hard, new trick that I’ve been working on for so long.
I really appreciate all the comments and feedback I get to see daily – that’s what I work for. It’s rewarding to see pole dance stars like Marion Crampe and Phoenix Kazree proudly wearing my pole wear.
“I already fell in love a couple of months ago, with the perfect black Poledancerka kneepads. Beyond being so useful, they are extremely feminine and are like jewelry for the knees – the perfect size to offer good protection for your floor-work. They can also be worn on the pole due to the grip placed on the inside part.” (Marion Crampe)
“I don’t usually use knee pads, but lately I’ve been loving this pair given to me as a gift from Poledancerka. With open backs, a small strip of faux leather for tack and padding that is sexy instead of bulky, they are perfect and I love them.” <3 (Phoenix Kazree)
I hope you get everything you wish for and more. Stay warm, keep dancing and be amazing.
Happy Holidays everyone! ☺
And don’t forget to share below, what your highlights in 2016 were …