You may recall my giveaway last November for a Darling set by Lavinia Lingerie; at the same time, the brand gifted me a set of my own, so this review comes to you today after a good 3+ months of ‘wear testing’.
When Impish Lee launched its customisation tool in 2015, it was a totally new concept in the lingerie world – getting to pick your own fabrics and colours, plus make design changes such as adding or removing bows, all without having to spend time communicating back and forth with the designer.
Anyone with an interest in fetish lingerie or sustainable fashion should have The End on their radar. This is one of the few brands that boasts a commitment to both. The End was started by Bei Kuo in 2016 in New York City.
Solstice Intimates is an independent, American lingerie brand based in Arizona. Bright and whimsical, it brings deliciously retro patterns to contemporary lingerie styles. Thanks to their unique designs and their prominent use of velvet, I’ve been a fan of Solstice for a while.
Aerie’s latest campaign is going viral, and you’ll love the reason why. The lingerie brand is sending a clear message of body positivity and inclusivity. Presented on their website and all of their marketing are models who have a variety of medical disabilities or illnesses.
It’s hard to be an American with a lingerie addiction. I’ve often lamentedhow the limited number of lingerie storefronts in America means we face the perils of online shopping more often than not. So when I found out I’d be living in Paris for six months, I was elated to shop in one of the lingerie capitals of the world.
Disclaimer: This blog post contains affiliate links. In case you missed part one, I’ve been travelling around America for the past 3 weeks, taking in the sights and of course…
So as you might know if you’ve been on the Esty Lingerie Twitter page recently, I’m currently in the States until the end of the month. I used to come…