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Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. Sometimes, I worry the brief descriptive portion of these guides can get a little repetitive. The general idea of all our shopping guides is, “I like this, and I think you might like it too,” but I don’t feel like I can just say and skip to the end (or can I?). At any rate, for this Valentine’s Day Lingerie Shopping Guide, I […]

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I know I’m really coming down to the wire here, but I promise these last three Holiday Lingerie Shopping Guides are worth waiting for. Of all the guides, the $100-$250 price range is my personal favorite to shop within because this is where you tip over into real luxury. I’m talking made-in-France, 100% silk, limited edition type of luxury – the kind of lingerie you’ll value for years to come, not just a few months after the holiday.

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About a month or so ago, I found myself working in Manhattan for few weeks. While I love my new digs in California, nothing quite compares to the allure and hustle of New York. I feel invigorated when I’m in Manhattan; the city fills me with inspiration and a sense that anything’s possible. How could one not be inspired with The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The American Ballet Theatre […]

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Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. Kiss Me Deadly (aka: one of my most favorite lingerie brands in all the world) is having a massive moving sale at the moment with items up to 80% off. KMD doesn’t have very many sales (they’re a lot more likely to enclose free gifts instead), and they have never had a sale with this prices this low. Truth be told, they probably […]

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For the third year in a row, independent lingerie designers across the UK have joined forces for the cross-promotional Lingerie Lovebomb, a celebration of innovative design and non-corporate (and very often woman-owned) lingerie brands! TLA has been covering the Lovebomb event since 2012, and it’s really exciting to see that this campaign is still around, especially in an era where collaboration is more the exception than the norm. While the […]

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