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Disclosure: This article is sponsored by Eucalan Lingerie wash is the sort of product most people don’t understand the point of. “What’s wrong with regular laundry detergent?” is a typical question. “Why is lingerie wash so expensive?” is often next. But lingerie is unique in the world of fashion, and in the same way a leather handbag or a pair of pearl earrings would require special treatment, so too does […]

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Disclosure: I received this item free of charge for review purposes. All opinions are my own. Decadent Designs is a Toronto based alternative fashion line creating handmade womenswear. Though they aren’t a lingerie brand, Decadent Designs does offer several “neck corset” designs which fit well in the lingerie accessories niche. Today I’ll be reviewing the Lace Neck Corset, which shares certain similarities with traditional corsetry. The collar is well proportioned, with pleasing lines […]

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Before the “Fifty Shades of Grey” phenomenon had the lingerie industry referencing psuedo-bondage in the form of strappy harnesses and cage bras, there was Fräulein Kink. Their playful fringed blindfolds were reminiscent of coquettish eyelashes, and helped earn the brand a spot on The Lingerie Addict Awards in 2012. These early collections introduced the idea that erotic boudoir wear didn’t have to be intimidating. Delicately fashioned in luxe materials, these […]

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Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. Now that the weather’s growing colder (in the Northern Hemisphere, anyway), I’m thinking more and more about seasonally-appropriate autumnal accessories. This is peak robe season for me. It’s cool enough that I’ll want to throw something over my shoulders in the morning or late at night, but not so cold that I’m spending all my time in fluffy fleece lounge sets. This is […]

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In order for the lingerie industry to be seen as a legitimate branch of the fashion industry, we need more experimental, directional labels that go beyond the traditional silks and laces. What better way to bridge the gap than to take the “lingerie as outerwear” concept and turn it on its head, with pieces that start as outerwear before fluidly transforming into underwear? Avant-garde knitwear designer Maude Nibelungen has pulled […]

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