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Lane Bryant’s Cacique line of undergarments is a mainstay amongst plus size shoppers. They’ve largely been unchallenged as a primary source of bras in particular because they are the most well known and universally available. My first fully fledged bra came from Lane Bryant many many years ago and I remained a loyal customer through significant changes in band and cup size. Now, at a 44/46 DD, I continue to shop there, and I’m not entirely sure why.

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All photos courtesy of Lane Bryant. You’re likely seen it by now, but in case you haven’t, Lane Bryant’s #ImNoAngel ad campaign has been flooding the news wires this week. A variety of media outlets remarked on the similarity of this campaign to Victoria’s Secret’s “Perfect Body” ad from several months ago – an ad that featured a line up of tall, thin, mostly White women in The Body bra. […]

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Disclaimer: The lingerie in this post was purchased by The Lingerie Addict for review. All opinions are my own. I was really excited to see relative newcomer Kade & Vos on the underwear scene. Their underwear offerings are fairly basic, but they have wide size range from small to 8L (26”-85” hip measurement) and – even better and rarer – consistently use models across the entire range to showcase the […]

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Disclosure: This article contains affiliate links. In February, I underwent a total laparoscopic hysterectomy and salpingectomy. This means that my surgeon used small incisions and a laparoscope to cut and remove my uterus, cervix, and fallopian tubes, leaving behind my ovaries. This was very much a wanted procedure to fix chronic period-associated pain. However, the six-week-long recovery period did require some planning – not least in the area of underwear! […]

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