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One of the things that’s most interesting to me about having shoots with photographers (apart from getting to dress up in fancy outfits) is getting to see how other people see me. I have my own image of myself internally, of course, but no one else has access to that. Instead, the way other people see me is filtered through their own experiences, ideals, feelings and priorities. Sometimes, that’s a […]

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Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. Valentine’s Day is almost here, which means it’s a great time of year to take a look at the luxury designers making full bust bras this year. This year has seen several existing designers expand their range into full bust sizes, while several new designers are about to launch full bust luxury brands this spring. These bras would make a great gift, whether […]

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Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I believe the current Dita von Teese Lingerie Collection (I don’t think they’re calling it ‘Von Follies’ anymore) is her best yet. There’s a great balance of risque and retro inspired (the ‘Madame X’ and ‘Her Sexcellency ‘sets specifically) with modern and wearable (think ‘Mancatcher,’ ‘Savoir Faire,’ and ‘Marlene’). It’s notoriously difficult for new lingerie brands, […]

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Yes, Dita Von Teese has released another lingerie collection, and continuing her trend from the previous season, this one is her best yet (I know, I know… I say that everytime, but for real… look at these!). After a rather subdued start, the Dita Von Teese lingerie collection (it appears retailers are beginning to drop the Von Follies portion of the name?) has really come into its own. I’ve been […]

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Disclosure: This blog post contains an affiliate link. I don’t talk about it often, but I have a bit of a thing for beautiful shapewear. There’s this idea, in America at least, that shapewear is only for people who want to slim down (see the ubiquitous “the model doesn’t need shapewear” comment whenever the subject comes up online), and an even worse notion that shapewear is a strictly utilitarian garment… […]

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