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Disclosure: The garment in this review was purchased with my own money. All opinions are my own. Murmur isn’t strictly a lingerie brand. Lingerie-inspired would be more apt. The overwhelming majority of their designs are very much outerwear focused, incorporating striking lingerie design elements like fan lacing, 1950 inspired bra cups, quilting, decorative suspenders, and fine lace. Murmur is very much a luxury label, with prices for their signature ‘Sculpt’ […]

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My head is all over the place with book stuff right now, but I still want to make time to share those special little finds that make my job worth doing. This week, I fell in love all over again with an eco-friendly indie fave from my early days of lingerie blogging – ClareBare. Bodysuits are still a major lingerie trend, especially in the summertime. Though I haven’t quite worked […]

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It’s the first day back after a long weekend, and you’re probably in the middle of doing a bunch of stuff, so let’s get the important details out of the way first. Oh La La Cheri’s Romantic Fantasy Eyelash Lace Romper is fun, flirty, doesn’t take itself too seriously, is available up to a 4X, and costs under $42.

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Bebaroque and TLA have a bit of a history. Many of you know I started as a stockings blogger, and they were one of the very first lingerie brands I talked about way back in 2008. In an industry that more or less focuses on sheer pantyhose or opaque tights, Bebaroque made their mark with hosiery featuring unique, jaw-dropping, completely unapologetic prints, meant to be seen and styled as the […]

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I don’t know what’s caused it, but lately I’ve been majorly into beige, tearose, and blush lingerie. After years of actively avoiding anything beige (at least partially because of how it’s always advertised as ‘nude’), I feel as though I’ve rediscovered the color. Despite the marketing, beige, blush, and soft rose are so much more than “invisible” colors for certain skintones. These shades can be elegant, timeless, glamorous even, and […]

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