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Triumph

Very often, I focus on the more fashion-oriented or editorial lines on TLA. There’s not as much space devoted to practical, everyday intimates, and that’s largely a reflection of where my own thoughts are. That said, it’s always nice to feature a range which has the perfect fusion of the pretty and the practical. When Journelle first announced their in-house designed lingerie collection, I admit to being skeptical. As you […]

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Triumph Lingerie. Now that it’s almost summer (seriously, how is June already?), it’s time to start talking swimwear. Though the Triumph Swimwear collection isn’t yet available from their US site (it is, however available on their UK one), this brand’s more water-friendly offerings are a pool and beachside staple in many parts of the world. While in London filming the Find the One Campaign, […]

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Disclosure: This blog post is sponsored by Triumph Lingerie. I’m not quite sure when exactly it happened, but somewhere between the ages of 25 and 30, comfort began to matter a lot more to me. Almost overnight, it seems, I couldn’t stand cheap shoes or sticky lipglosses or itchy tags in my shirts. If what I wore wasn’t comfortable, then, in my opinion, it wasn’t worth wearing at all. And […]

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Disclosure: This article is sponsored by Triumph Lingerie. I have a very exciting announcement to make today. The Lingerie Addict has officially partnered with Triumph Lingerie for their brand new ‘Find the One‘ campaign! Many of you may already be familiar with the name Triumph. After all, the company is celebrating its 129th anniversary this year, and with over 2,100 stores in 120 countries, they are inarguably one of the […]

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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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