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Our 40 Favorite Lingerie Addict Articles of 2015

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It’s about time to wind things down for the year at The Lingerie Addict, but before we clear out for the holiday season, there are still a couple of annual lingerie addict traditions left to observe.

Though I’m perhaps a little biased, I think this year has been one of TLA’s best ever for editorial content. The folks that write for TLA — regular columnists and guest posters alike — are amazing, and they’ve consistently put together some of the most powerful, thought-provoking, inspired articles I’ve had the pleasure of reading this year.

My knowledge of the intimate apparel world has increased exponentially in 2015, and a big part of why that is has to do with TLA’s writers constantly pushing the envelope and bravely discussing those provocative, controversial, intimidating topics. It’s been a complete honor and privilege to publish their pieces here, and I am incredibly excited for what’s to come in 2016!

What were your favorite posts of the year? And is there anything you especially want to see us cover in 2016?














Cora Harrington

Founder and Editor in Chief of The Lingerie Addict. I started TLA in a small studio apartment in 2008. Since then, it's become the leading lingerie blog in the world, and has been featured on the websites for Forbes, CNN, Time, Today, and Fox News. I believe lingerie is fashion too, and that every who wants it deserves gorgeous lingerie.

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  1. […] Cora Harrington – Although this list is mostly made up of people I have had the pleasure to meet in person, sometimes there is one person who I only know online but absolutely had to include. This year, it’s founder and editor of what is unquestionably the best lingerie blog in the world (The Lingerie Addict), Cora Harrington. Always keen to broaden public understanding of what underwear is and can be, Cora often writes about the perception of lingerie, the lack of diversity in the industry and now also has a fantastic columnist who covers queer issues for TLA. Check out 2015’s best posts. […]

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