Posts in Category

featured

I am currently nursing a brutal cold, so TLA’s annual multi-part holiday lingerie shopping guides are going to have be a little bit abbreviated this year. I always have such ambitious plans for wrapping up the year, and inevitably the days just get away from me. However, quite a few things happened this year, as my husband just cheerfully reminded me, so perhaps I should take it easy on myself. […]

Share this article

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. When I think about holiday plus size lingerie, sexy marabou-lined pieces, Santa babydoll dresses, and big red bow satin teddies come to mind. While shades of red, wine, and emerald green may dominate holiday lingerie offerings, there’s another shade peeking its way into the holiday season: gold. Whether it’s a subtle metallic hint in delicate lace or a bra completely covered in gold sequins, […]

Share this article

The retail industry is changing quickly and so many ethically-made lingerie lines are slowing production or shuttering completely because of it. It’s expensive to manufacture lingerie in a responsible way and many consumers don’t want to pay the higher rates, instead preferring to bargain shop with discount codes from budget apparel lines. So, I’m not gonna lie. It wasn’t super easy to come up with a beautiful, nicely-sized, not-too-expensive, new-item-filled, […]

Share this article

While every generation has its major fashion moments, the past decade has seen some of the most exciting lingerie trends to ever happen in fashion history. Yet, beneath all that flash and glamour, what’s most interesting is how familiar many of these trends are. Yes, they’ve been reworked a bit and adapted to fit the sensibilities of a modern audience, but as the saying goes, “Everything old eventually becomes new again.”

Share this article

Luxxie Boston isn’t a brand I’ve heard of before, but I’m already quite in love. The initial collection is small, consisting exclusively of silk gowns, chemises and robes that could easily double as outerwear. However, I believe there’s something to be said for focus. In an era where every brand tries to do a little of everything, I admire a company for picking a niche and sticking with it. Luxxie Boston’s silk lingerie feels like that for me.

Share this article