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Disclosure: This set was purchased by The Lingerie Addict for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own. Chantal Thomass is hands down one of my all-time favourite luxury lingerie labels. The French designer’s eponymous label was founded in 1975, and although the company is now owned by the Chantelle group, Thomass still plays a prominent role in the brand. The company is is renowned for its flirtatious and […]

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Note: This lingerie was purchased by The Lingerie Addict for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own. The bandage/bondage trend continues to dominate my lingerie wishlist. For the most part, handmade luxury lingerie is inaccessible to me either because it’s not available in my size or it’s not in my price range. That’s where Agashi by Christina O. fills an important need. With panty prices starting at $20, […]

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Disclosure: This lingerie set was purchased by The Lingerie Addict for review purposes. All opinions are my own. Editor’s Note: Our second review of Loveday London was published in response to comments made by the brand after our first review, which can be found here. Why We’re Reviewing Loveday London a Second Time Earlier this year, I reviewed the ‘Oncilla’ set by Loveday London. The lingerie was originally purchased at […]

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I don’t usually write about behind-the-scenes procedural stuff on TLA because 1) I don’t think it’s very interesting to most people and 2) sometimes our procedures change and I don’t want to publicly commit to something until I’m absolutely sure I can stand behind it for the long-term. However recently, I made a big change to the way The Lingerie Addict handles product reviews. I sincerely believe this change is […]

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Note: These pajamas were purchased by The Lingerie Addict for the purposes of review. All opinions are my own. In all honesty, silk pajamas were never really something I wanted. It goes without saying I’m a fan of silk: no other fabric quite compares to its flow, sheen and lustre. A good quality silk is the epitome of luxury. Yet to me, silk is incongruous with the act of sleeping. […]

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