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Please note some of these photos may be NSFW. Do dark winter skies have you down? Cheer up! Spring is just around the corner, which means brands are starting to roll out their S/S 2016 collections. What better way to celebrate the season of rebirth than with exceptionally beautiful lingerie done in the shades of delicate blossoms and their stems? Fleur of England has chosen the palest of blush and […]

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I can’t take the credit for this week’s stunning lingerie discovery. That has to go to Tiah Eckhardt, fellow lingerie blogger and renowned lingerie model (if you’ve seen Dita Von Teese’s latest campaign, then you’ve seen her). Tiah tagged me on Instagram basically saying I had to see this designer, and you know what? She was right. For me, these Lingerie Wishlist features are about showing off the most opulent, […]

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At first, I thought about making this a ‘Lingerie of the Week‘ feature. That tends to be where I share my current, more affordably-priced obsessions, after all. But this item doesn’t quite fit into that, I think. Oh, I’m obsessed with these Lemon lounge pants, sure enough, but it’s not because of a picture I saw or what I read about them…it’s because they are outrageously comfortable. Curve Las Vegas […]

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Disclosure: I received this camisole and short set for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own. Nui Ami are a relatively young British brand, offering a delightful range of pretty and functional cup sized sleepwear. Their luxurious offerings are swathed in silk and beautiful French leavers laces; whilst I don’t consider their designs particularly boundary pushing from an aesthetic perspective, they are elegant and versatile. The colour palette […]

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Disclosure: I was sent this item free of charge for review purposes. All opinions are my own. Catherine D’Lish’s marvelous boudoir dressing gowns have been on my personal lingerie wishlist for years. These delightful confections of ruffles, feathers, and silk are dramatic and lush in a way most lingerie simply isn’t nowadays. In many ways, they’re a throwback to the days of classic vintage lingerie, requiring hours of precise hand-stitching […]

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While this is very much the season for comfy, cozy, fuzzy robes, it’s also the season for beach vacations and much-needed escapes to warmer climes. I first saw this robe at Lingerie Market back in February, and I’ve been waiting patiently until it was available for sale. Aesethetically, what I like most about Underprotection’s Anika Robe (apart from the loose, unstructured style), is its painterly abstract print. It reminds me […]

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This year I had the opportunity to visit the design and production studio of Andrés Intimates, a brand that has been creating lingerie locally here in San Francisco since 1978. This is a brand with a rich history, and it’s heartening to see another space where truly local manufacturing is still succeeding. While touring the studio, I met the design team, flipped through color story and fabric books, and got a […]

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What do you get when you merge the talents of two bridal designers who are used to making big-day dreams come true? You get Lovedeluxe, a magical and romantic lingerie line that celebrates moments big and small. Wendy Harman, a wedding dress designer, and Natasha Hutchison, a bridal accessories designer, have come together to create a small capsule collection of intimates where luxe materials and fine finishing techniques really shine. […]

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Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links Now that we are deep into autumn (complete with the shorter, darker days that come courtesy of setting the clocks to Standard Time), I feel a renewed sense of urgency in making sure I have enough warm and comfy loungewear to last me through the winter. There’s nothing like coming in from the cold, taking off your coat and hoodie (both soaked with […]

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A great part about being a label as small as she and reverie is that we can kind of do our own thing. We can test out ideas, nix the ones that don’t work and embrace the ones that do. And by “we,” I mean “me” — I run she and reverie mostly by myself. This season, I was on a tight budget and running later than usual, so instead of creating an […]

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