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There’s nothing better than grabbing a freshly-delivered package, opening up the box, and pulling out a brand new silk lingerie set. On the other hand, there’s nothing worse than opening up that box and realizing you just spent $100 on polyester. And while there’s nothing wrong with synthetic satin, it’s important to know what you’re spending your money on. In the last year, I’ve seen an influx of drop shippers […]

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Disclaimer: These items were purchased by The Lingerie Addict for review. All opinions are my own. During the more temperate months, I live in silk nightgowns. They’re just the right amount of breezy and breathable, and you can’t beat a floaty silk gown for work-from-home drama. However, silk loungewear and lingerie in plus sizes is hard to find, either at budget or luxury prices. In the past I’ve ordered from […]

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Susanne Fowler is today’s guest blogger. Originally from Iowa, she is a freelance writer based in Britain covering the arts, culture, travel, design and whatever else catches her eye. She is a former news editor at The New York Times in Paris and London and has also lived in Rome and Istanbul.  LONDON — The year was 2009 and I was living in the chic 17th Arrondissement in Paris, and […]

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While I dream of living my life swathed it silk, on a limited budget such a dream is hard to achieve. Silk is expensive to produce and challenging to sew. Many designs that show off its liquid drape also require larger amounts of fabric, such as cutting on the bias, diagonally to the perpendicular warp and weft threads that make up the woven fabric. Additionally, as I’m plus sized, I […]

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You’re probably going to think I’m a little late to the party, but it really hit me a few months ago that some people (in fact: many people) prefer watching a video to reading a blog post. Doing more videos is one of my goals for TLA for this, and while I’ve gotten off to an admittedly late start (is it really almost June?), I want to kick things off […]

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