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While every generation has its major fashion moments, the past decade has seen some of the most exciting lingerie trends to ever happen in fashion history. Yet, beneath all that flash and glamour, what’s most interesting is how familiar many of these trends are. Yes, they’ve been reworked a bit and adapted to fit the sensibilities of a modern audience, but as the saying goes, “Everything old eventually becomes new again.”

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Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. In a lot of ways, shapewear gets a bad rap, and that’s in no small part due to the preponderance of boring, beige, Ace bandage-style bike shorts. Yes, they might get the job done on the shaping and smoothing front, but they’re just so plain boring (or, dare I say it, ugly), that shapewear conjures up feelings of duty and dread as opposed […]

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Disclosure: This blog post contains an affiliate link. In online corset communities, there’s a lot of talk about “real” corsets. The current latex shaper craze has definitely exacerbated this. (Spoiler: Those aren’t corsets.) But what is a “real”/”authentic”/”true” corset anyway? I find this sort of denomination to be muddying rather than clarifying, personally. Partially because, while I may not like them, even bad corsets are still corsets. There are also some […]

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  Products for this review were provided by Ruby Ribbon. All thoughts and opinions are my own.  While I wear mostly vintage-style dresses, I’m actually a big fan of shapewear leggings in my down time. They’re great for playing with my dog, walking around the French Quarter and doing yoga or ballet exercise tapes. I’ve been relying mostly on Lysse products for the past year or so, so I was […]

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I know I’m a bit late to the party on this one, but a few weeks ago an article came out on Huffington Post about how shapewear squeezes your organs and is Bad For You. This post is not as analytical as some of my previous. It is largely, if not purely, anecdotal, and of course everyone’s experience will be different. Still, before we all react as alarmists because a […]

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