Posts tagged advice
Posts tagged advice
New blog post! Is luxury lingerie worth the cost?
Photo by La Perla
Makes me so happy when I run across recommendations to my blog. :)
The Lingerie Addict: http://www.thelingerieaddict.com/2011/06/10-best-brands-for-full-cup-plus-size.html
It’s fun! I love the design, the sheer volume of info on big gal bras and even independent designers, which I am SO for! Perhaps I shall call on one of these designers to create the ultimate bra for moi.
1) The 7 Deadly Lingerie Sins
2) How to Have a Boudoir Photshoot
3) Top 25 Tights for Winter: 2012 Edition
4) Underwear as Outerwear: The Do’s and Don’ts
5) 10 Pieces of Lingerie Every Woman Must Own
6) What Should Busty Ladies Look for in a Bra?
7) The Top 10 Bra Brands for Full Bust and Plus Size Women
8) Everything You Need to Know About Pin-Up Lingerie
9) The 5 Most Expensive Luxury Lingerie Brands in the World
10) My Underwear is Green: How to Buy Eco-Fashionable Lingerie
subreenaday answered: Any great lingerie websites where the pricing is under $50? Evrything is so expensive.
Great question! A lot of the same websites that carry pricey stuff also carry less pricey stuff. b. Tempt’d, O Lingerie, Jezebel, No Romeo, Pour Moi?, Lepel, and ASOS’ & Figleaves in-house brands are all friendly to the under $50 budget. Hips & Curves and Yandy.com also carry fun, vintage-inspired lingerie if pin-up style is more your thing.
lemonstolemons answered: Where can yo find a good garter belt?
My fave garter belts of all time are from What Katie Did. These are the real deal. Six straps, metal clips, powermesh, and they hold your stockings up All. Day. Long. Plus, they last forever, which you can’t always say about your lingerie.
fyeahdengekidaisy answered: What are the better brand for larger cup sizes? I tend to go with Marie Jo, since I have a EU size F, but I wonder if there are others.
Definitely! This blog post is for you: The Top 10 Bra Brands for Full Bust & Plus Size Women
Hi lovely, thanks for writing.
There’s definitely a learning curve when it comes to finding lingerie you love that fits and flatters your body, so my #1 bit of advice for ladies who are new to intimates is to 1) be willing to experiment and 2) shop from a store with a good return policy. That way you’re able to figure out what you love but (hopefully) not be stuck with things you won’t wear.
Figleaves offers several silk pieces in extended sizing if you’d like to start there. Look at the Figleaves Boudoir and Mimi Holliday for Damaris ranges in particular.