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Quinne Myers

Disclosure: This bra was purchased for me by The Lingerie Addict. All opinions are my own.   It feels like every lingerie line has called their products “luxury” at some point. The term is so watered down and used as a marketing technique so frequently it almost means nothing anymore. Some brands, however, are true luxury. UK-based, full-bust brand, Harlow & Fox, is one of them. Not only are these items priced at actual […]

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Every few months, some major website writes a press release disguised as an article about a lingerie start-up “disrupting” the intimate apparel industry. Whether the brand claims to revolutionize manufacturing, sizes or style, there’s always a statement about turning the lingerie industry on its head, accompanied by a boast about how the world of lingerie will never be the same. But overall, the world of lingerie is the same. Most […]

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Disclosure: This item was purchased for me to review by The Lingerie Addict. All opinions are my own. Do you believe in love at first sight? If you don’t, you’re wrong. It absolutely exists. I know because it happened to me the first time I saw one of these feather-covered, sheer dressing gowns by Boudoir by D’Lish. Sigh. The designer behind these robes, Catherine D’Lish, is somewhat of a jane-of-all-trades in […]

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The vast majority of lingerie is manufactured outside of the United States. There are various reasons why, but the root of this phenomenon is simple: US labor is expensive. In fact, the cost of labor is the most expensive part of making lingerie. Since apparel, especially lingerie, is undervalued in the current retail market, manufacturers are continuously looking for cheaper ways to manufacture their products. This means trade agreements, like […]

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Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Fact: people still handmake every single item of clothing we wear – including lingerie. Whether it’s a luxurious $180 silk bra or a pair of $2.50 cotton panties you wear to work, every single item in your underwear drawer was made by human hands. Budget lingerie is priced so low in part because of the low cost of labor in many countries, but also […]

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