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Alpine has now expanded its restyle systems to include the Jeep Wrangler.
A nearby aisle housed the Restore & Restyle Kids furniture in maple or white finishes.
ReStyle was launched in Bazaarvoice's most recent seven-week product development and enhancement cycle, and is immediately available to all Bazaarvoice clients free of charge.
Retail guru Mary Portas said she would relish the chance to restyle them and "put a bit of sex and glamour in there".
The Figo is basically an old model Fiesta with a minor restyle.
But after a few practice runs she says you should be able to give yourself a complete restyle in just 15 minutes.
Creative Media had been asked by Trinity Motors to restyle the Korean car with a possible youth market in mind.
She undergoes her drastic restyle in a desperate bid to woo new Corrie hunk Richard Hillman.
Some of the older models, like the 1980s Cutlass Supremes, even found favor among lowriders, those custom-car fanatics who restyle the cars with elaborate interiors and performance add-ons.
The $100,000 cafeteria restyle is a pilot program sponsored by the American Dairy Association and Dairy Council to improve the cafeteria environment and promote healthy food choices specifically nutrient-rich dairy, with improved product availability, promotion, education and communication about the health benefits of consuming three servings of low-fat or fat-free milk, cheese or yogurt each day, as recommended by the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
Part II: Vintage will stock a spectacular array of one-off garments which he will restyle with a contemporary twist.
Sort your clothes into four boxes: recycle; give away; rescue and restyle.