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Disclaimer: The lingerie in this post was purchased by The Lingerie Addict for review. All opinions are my own. Somehow, despite buying full bust bras for years, I never tried Elomi until this review. Now part of the Wacoal Eveden group, Elomi offers bras in bands 34-48 and cup sizes D-K. While offerings in the past have included core staples in neutral colors, I find myself much more drawn to […]

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Today’s guest article is from Soap. Soap is a nonbinary tech enthusiast who knows one or two things about gender. You can find them deep in cyberspace or connect with them on Instagram at @soap.png. For the last three years, I’ve worn chest binders as a form of gender expression. Although I don’t bind every day, they’re a handy tool in the arsenal for feelings of dysphoria and are a […]

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Note: This set was partially purchased by the author and by The Lingerie Addict. Dita Von Teese Lingerie is the rare celebrity lingerie label that can stand on its own. When launched in partnership with an Australian lingerie company, Target, in 2012, the brand had a lower price point as well as a different name: “Von Follies by Dita Von Teese.”  A year later, the name shortened, quality improved, and […]

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Editor’s Note: Products for this review purchased by The Lingerie Addict and the reviewer. All opinions are the author’s own. Queer-owned underwear business Tomboyx has been quietly making a name for themselves amongst folks who want well-made, fun, everyday underwear for any gender. They’ve been a favorite here at The Lingerie Addict for their wide size range and androgynous looks, but we haven’t reviewed their offerings in four years. During […]

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Creepyyeha wasn’t the first designer to make strappy, bondage-inspired leather harnesses and lingerie accessories, but she certainly helped popularize them. Yeha Leung has showcased her handmade pastel leather pieces online since 2012, gaining notoriety via Tumblr and selling items like rose-embellished collars on Etsy before opening a Storenvy shop. Today, the label is undeniably successful. With over half a million Instagram followers and a celebrity following including Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, and […]

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