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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Lingerie Française. I’m not the kind of person who pays a lot of attention to guides like, “How to Dress Like a French Woman,” but if there is one thing I am deeply envious of the French about, it’s how seriously they take lingerie. I feel as though here in the US, we’re constantly battling to have lingerie recognized as a valid and thrilling […]

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Today’s guest post is by Anetta Kalk. Anetta is a mother, writer, and licensed marriage therapist in California. Born in the former Soviet Union, she immigrated to the US 26 years ago. Anetta’s passion for lingerie came soon after finding her first La Perla bra at a San Francisco boutique 25 years ago. Ever since then she has been collecting and enjoying all things lingerie. Anetta previously wrote for The […]

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Maison Lejaby. French lingerie is having a bit of a revival in the United States. Several years ago, many of the classic French lingerie brands left the US (for reasons I’m not yet aware of). However, in the last few seasons, they’ve all made a concerted effort to come back. And perhaps none is as passionate about “making it” in America as Maison Lejaby. […]

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Disclosure: This garment was purchased by The Lingerie Addict for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own. Marjolaine is one of those lingerie brands I recall seeing in all the high-end lingerie shops, but somehow never got around to trying. When I was only 16, I recall their slips and robes hanging inside Rigby & Peller and being enamored with the artistry of that complex lace appliqué. 70 […]

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Disclosure: This article is sponsored by Lingerie Française. For centuries, French lingerie has captured the sartorial imagination. After all, the French were the first to bring the concept of structured underpinnings to the European courts. From then on, French ideas on corsetry were considered an essential part of the codes of women’s fashion. Even today, in a global marketplace where one can buy almost anything, French lingerie is still considered […]

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