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I am waist-deep in book edits at the moment, but I did want to write a quick blog post to say 1) I’m alive (yay!) and 2) that I hope those of you in the path of the solar eclipse have a memorable and safe experience. Admittedly, I’ve been out of the loop on most news lately, but I couldn’t resist an opportunity to share a perfect lingerie set for […]

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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: The products shown below were received as review samples. All opinions are my own. As a plus size fashion designer, I often ask my community what they would like me to design. One of the most common responses is thigh highs that fit plus bodies. I always said if I had the ability to make hosiery, it would be a million dollar idea. I didn’t think thigh highs that […]

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Disclosure: This lingerie was purchased with my own money. All opinions are my own. It seems to be a milestone in most lingerie designer’s lives: counterfeit versions of their designs appearing on websites like AliExpress and eBay. I first noticed these at the start of my design career. My strappy harnesses and frame bras appeared on these websites with alarming frequency. Whilst one could argue these were generic designs in […]

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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.”

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