I don’t see any reason to wear business attire when you’re at home. I also however know that it can be hard to get into that “I’m working” frame of mind when everything, including your outfit, reminds you of a lazy weekend. If you relate to that, then here’s a compromise I’d like to suggest: sort-of-smart pyjamas.
Last year I went ‘low waste’. And so, as a long-time lover and consumer of fashion and especially as a professional lingerie blogger, naturally my attention has turned to how I can continue to shop for lingerie in a more sustainable way.
Whether you’re hosting a Galentine’s Day party, planning for a special night out, or excited to have a glass of wine and a quiet night in, why not indulge in some love-themed lingerie? This is the best time of year to really lean into all things cute and girly.
Wearing lingerie is one of my favourite ways to show myself some love, and while everyone will have different ideals of the type of underwear they feel best in, here is a selection of designs which just happen to be more explicit about reminding you to love yourself!
I had planned to write about another lingerie brand today, but I stumbled across Ami Muse Studio via an Instagram advert yesterday and simply had to share them with you. Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, the brand was launched last year and has already appeared in Vogue and been picked up by Matches Fashion.
These last two weeks have really gotten away from me thanks to various freelance deadlines and other projects (did you spot the shiny new logo?), so this last gift guide is going live a little later than planned. Although this final one is my ‘luxury’ guide, it covers a wide range of budgets with ideas from barely over £100, through to almost £1,000.
Alongside fabric content, one of the things you will pretty much always see listed in a hosiery product description is a ‘denier’ number. But what does it actually mean, and what do the different deniers look like?
I especially love putting together my ‘mid-range’ gift guide each year. Picking out beautiful things to recommend without giving any thought to the price tag is easy. Finding pieces that look stunning but won’t break the bank is much tricker, and I enjoy the challenge!
While some relish the moment of being able to take your bra off as soon as you walk through the door, some fuller-busted people prefer to avoid going completely sans support. Bigger busts can sometimes be uncomfortable to work around while sleeping.
This is the first of three lingerie gift guides I’ll be publishing this year, and focusses on the most affordable items. Everything on this list is below £50, but prices go right down to around £7. So there really is something for every budget.