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Disclosure: The products shown below were received as review samples. All opinions are my own. Even at the times in my life when I haven’t been plus size, I’ve never found wearing thongs to be particularly comfortable for my thick thighs. Now, at a size 20, I’ve come to think of thong underwear as a sometimes necessary evil to prevent visible panty lines but not something I would wear by […]

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Let me start this post by getting the really obvious thing out of the way first: I am now closer to turning 31 than I am to my 30th birthday. My born day is July 1st, and while I am totally looking forward to it (birthdays are cool), it doesn’t have that same momentous sense of occasion that my 30th did. To be perfectly honest, I kind of psyched myself […]

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Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. Another day passes in the month of February, and this time of year, that means it’s time for our third Valentine’s Day Lingerie Shopping Guide. The $100 mark, to me, is when lingerie moves out of the realm of budget-friendly and into the world of what many people consider luxury. This is the price range you’ll start to see extraordinary laces and silks […]

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Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Our third shopping guide of the week is live, and I’m featuring some of my favorite finds in the $100 to $249 range. This is around the price point where the category “luxury” lingerie starts; you begin to see a lot of the unique details that can make lingerie truly special. However, these prices aren’t yet so outrageous that they begin to resemble a […]

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Cosabella is known for their simple silhouettes that are designed with comfort in mind (because feeling pretty and sexy is almost impossible in uncomfortable knickers!). Pieces are crafted of smooth and sumptuous stretch laces, meshes, and microfibers that mold to the body without any digging or pulling. Earlier this year Cora did a review of a Cosabella set and can attest to the softness of the fabrics (which is why […]

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