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One of the side effects of writing about lingerie for the last several years is that I’ve started to get a little bit jaded. It’s not been a conscious thing or even a deliberate process… just the more I’m around lingerie, the more it takes to get my attention and impress me. And the stuff that used to impress when I first started blogging (like a celebrity endorsement or a […]

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I’ve never been a very fancy person. I love nice things, it’s true, but I don’t really care about price tags and designer labels. At the end of the day, it’s about how a garment makes you feel, and lingerie especially should make you feel wonderful. Maybe that’s why I love Ari Dein. It’s hard for me to explain, but the entire line has that indescribable ‘it’ factor, a certain […]

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I’ve fallen behind in a lot of areas these last few months, and one of them has been posting new photoshoots to the blog. One of my goals for this year (which I didn’t reveal because I’m afraid of failure – something I’m working on) was to do a new lingerie editorial every month in 2017. Ever since my Night Witch photoshoot with Lars Kommienezuspadt back in 2015, I’ve become […]

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Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Every once in awhile, I like to reflect on certain undergarments I wish I’d purchased. There’s so much new lingerie coming out all the time that, unless you have an unlimited budget, some of it is bound to slip through your fingers. Most of what I miss out on, I’m okay with. But every so often, I find myself looking wistfully at Pinterest or […]

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When I started she and reverie, I knew I wanted to work with factories in New York City because it’s the easiest way for a Brooklyn-based independent apparel line to start production. There are so many benefits to manufacturing locally for indie designers. We can go to the factory in person and make sure a garment is being sewn to our quality specifications; minimum orders are relatively low; and generally, there’s only […]

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