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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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I know, I know… I’m the worst. Spring/Summer 2015 lingerie is starting to arrive in stores, and I haven’t even covered the second half of the alphabet yet. I almost can’t believe the next market is right around the corner (late February). The more I blog, the more it feels like my life is planned around market seasons… which seem to come faster and faster every year. But no complaints, […]

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Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. Trends come and trends go, but some things last forever. There are certain classics that transcend the confines of time. This holds true even in today’s “fast fashion” culture — whether it’s a specific color or shape that compliments a wide range of people, or a certain fabric or treatment that stands out from the rest. Timeless trends are born to withstand the […]

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Winter is the perfect time to indulge your love for bold prints in lingerie, since you don’t have to worry about your bra showing through lighter fabrics or white t-shirts. Heavier sweaters and layering means that you can wear whatever you want underneath!¬†While the United States bra market is still dominated by the beige t-shirt bra, cold weather means that everyone can try expanding their lingerie drawers without fear. Whether […]

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Disclosure: The lingerie discussed here was sent to me free of charge for review purposes. All opinions are my own. Miss Mandalay is a brand I’ve known of since the very beginnings of my blog. When the founder, Lorraine Morton, started the company back in 2005, they were one of the few full-bust bra specialists around; no one else had really caught on to the value of appealing to the […]

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