Ever since the days of Madonna and Jean Paul Gaultier, lingerie as outerwear has been a fixture on the lingerie scene. Yes, the look may fade in and out of “official” trend reports but wearing chemises, bustiers, and camisoles as part of your everyday attire has never really gone out of style. Countless celebrities, from Halle Berry to Rihanna to Kylie Jenner, have all embraced this look, and it has a constant presence on runways ranging from Dior and Dolce & Gabbana to Marc Jacobs and Givenchy.
A blizzard is due to hit the Northeast, dropping up to 2 feet of snow in certain parts of the country. While things aren’t quite so dire in Southern California (our forecast calls for a shockingly warm 80 degrees), one potential upside to chilly temperatures and mandated indoors time is cuddly, snuggly, caressible lingerie.
There’s a new size-inclusive lingerie line here to serve plus sizes and core sizes – and it doesn’t stop at size 20. Inspire Psyche Terry’s debut collection features beautiful lingerie in sizes Small – 4X. Embodying bold fearless passion in regal, romantic cuts, Inspire Psyche Terry brings classic silhouettes to a size-inclusive audience. While Macy’s intends to stock the line after March 1st, customers can place pre-orders now on InspirePsycheTerry.com. I’m […]
Every year, I think about collapsing the traditional five Holiday Lingerie Shopping Guides into two or three. Maybe doing two shopping guide for everything that’s under $249 and over $250, for example. And honestly, because I’ve been having so much trouble with time management this season, that may have been a good idea. Yet part of why I like to break out TLA’s Holiday Shopping Guides into so many price categories is because I believe it better conveys the story of lingerie. You can see how trends and patterns and silhouettes change between that $50 guide and that $500 guide. The drape is different. The shapes are different.The levels experimentation, playfulness, artistry – it’s all different.
It’s that time of year – well, at least according to the calendar and the decorations already adorning homes and stores. I live in Dallas, where it is unseasonably warm at the moment, even for Texas, but I won’t let that get in the way of my very specific November to January urge to cuddle up in my coziest loungewear all day, every day.