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In my last post about Australian lingerie line Honey Birdette, I dove into the brand’s controversial history and explored some of the reasons why so many people refuse to shop with them. As TLA’s resident “ethical lingerie columnist,” I find business and manufacturing ethics fascinating, and I normally try not to buy lingerie that many people would consider “unethical.” But today, I’m wearing it. The Kukuro collection is a best-seller […]

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Honey Birdette is a high-end Australian intimates brand that launched in 2006 as a luxurious, woman-friendly brand selling hypersexy lingerie. Today, it’s an AUD$2 billion company, selling extreme push-up bras, high-end sex toys, and buckets of oozing sexuality. Though they haven’t yet taken over the States in the same way they did in Australia, the label now has a few stores in California, and offers free shipping and free returns […]

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So I’m sitting here, drinking a glass of rose champagne (not the expensive stuff, you know, but nice enough that it feels like treat). And I’m thinking about old happy hours with my friends Sweets and Jeanna. I’m also thinking about how it’ll be weeks – if not months – before I can see them in-person again…despite us all living within a few miles of each other. There’s an odd […]

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Note: These products were purchased for me by The Lingerie Addict. All opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links. Since writing for The Lingerie Addict, I’ve frequently mentioned my annoyance with the lack of aesthetic variation in plus size lingerie. The selection of trendy or unique off-the-rack pieces is slowly improving from major brands like Torrid and Cacique, but not as quickly as I (or others) would like. In […]

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