Posts Tagged ‘maison lejaby’

Bombshells Babydoll in Ivory ($105AUD) (XS-XL) by SJ Lingerie

Holiday Gifts- Lingerie Inspired by Giselle

Inspired by yesterday’s second installment of the ballet-themed holiday editorials, here are some of my picks for beautiful white lingerie and loungewear. Sure, your lover may have betrayed you and your bum heart gave out on you, but now you’re an immortal spirit with the ability to drive men to self-destruction, so…yay? (Fun fact: Giselle […] Read more…

Sweet Nothings Goes to London

Lingerie Adventures in London

I went to London you guys! Oh man, it was so great. I seriously loved it. I’d been looking forward to this trip for a long, long time. My last big vacation was 5 years go, I’d never traveled alone, I was turning 30, and London was at the top of my list of travel […] Read more…

Angela Friedman Adrienne Ruffle Panties Sweet Nothings

Exclusive Sneak Peek: Angela Friedman Fall/Winter 2014 Knickers

I’m really, really, REALLY excited to share an early preview of two styles from Angela Friedman’s Fall/Winter 2014 Muse collection: the high-waist “Adrienne” ruffle panties and the “Laurel” ruffle bikini panties. Full disclosure right off the bat: I received these as a holiday present from Angela, because we’re buds and neighbors. She gave me two […] Read more…

"Snow in September" camisole by I.D. Sarrieri

Sweets Goes Shopping: A Continuing Education at the Atelier at Journelle

I participate in a few private Facebook groups for lingerie professionals and enthusiasts, and by and large I’ve had nothing but pleasant experiences. I get to see so many different sides to the industry: other bloggers participate, yes, but I also hear from journalists, educators, retailers, designers, and marketing representatives. It’s so valuable to learn not only how […] Read more…

Corsets by Chantelle, late 19th century

Lingerie Française Traveling Exhibition

I don’t know what’s in the air, but all of a sudden there seems to be a huge surge of interest in undergarments of the past, particularly beginning with the 19th century. From the Behind the Seams exhibition in Paris to the archival pieces Triumph brought with them for their USA launch party, there have […] Read more…