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Sweet Nothings reviews bespoke lingerie by Harlow and Fox. Photo (c) Michi Rezin

Review: Bespoke Full-Bust Lingerie with Harlow & Fox

[Harlow & Fox generously invited me to review their bespoke ordering service. I was not compensated for this post, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.] Long-time readers will recognize Harlow & Fox from several posts over the last few years (including editorials like Agent Carter, Miss Fisher, and Persephone). Harlow & Fox was one of […] Read more…

she and reverie Spellbound gown

Holiday Lingerie Gift Guide Inspired by Psyche

When it comes to channeling the Psyche myth via your lingerie collection, as far as I’m concerned, it’s all about that lace. Not only is it a delicate and romantic textile, but it also has both bridal and funereal connotations that feel appropriate for her story. I especially like sets that feature hints of shimmer or […] Read more…

Boudoir by D'Lish Dita Von Teese Collection Holiday Dressing Gown in Celestial Silver (also in Bordeaux, my god I need it)

Holiday Lingerie Gift Guide Inspired by Aphrodite

Aphrodite is very much a diva, so when channeling her in your lingerie, go as bold as you desire. I looked for big colors, statement pieces, lots of sparkle, classic burlesque and showgirl shapes, and vivacious trims and embellishments. Red is of course considered the color of passion, but there’s no need to ignore other colors and […] Read more…

Meng Burgundy and Red Silk Kaftan

Holiday Lingerie Gift Guide Inspired by Persephone

The juxtaposition of light and darkness in the Persephone myth opens up some great opportunities for interpretation via your lingerie drawer. In compiling this gift guide I pulled designs in keeping with a few different themes: light surrounded by darkness (or darkness interrupted by light), traditionally sweet styles with unexpectedly more hardcore elements, and of […] Read more…

Sweet Nothings Holiday 2016 Women of Myth: Persephone. Photo (c) Michi Rezin

Women of Myth: Persephone

It really annoys me that when we think of Persephone (or Proserpina in the Roman pantheon), it’s most often in the context of The Rape of Persephone, an event which has inspired men to make some admittedly jaw-dropping art, but art that celebrates and memorializes Persephone at her most powerless, most vulnerable, and most scared. It’s […] Read more…

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