Posts Tagged ‘Strappy lingerie’

My Top 5 Lingerie Purchases of 2018

I was on hiatus in January of last year, so it’s been a while since I looked back at a year’s worth of lingerie purchases (although it was cool to revisit 2015 and 2016). I’m in the ridiculously fortunate position that I get to try a lot of lingerie risk-free, thanks to review samples or […] Read more…

Holiday Party Lingerie Sweet Nothings. (c) Tessa Flannery

Lingerie Looks for Holiday Parties: Underwear and Outerwear

I have had SO much fun planning this post, y’all! I’ve never devoted a ton of time/photography budget to “solution” pieces: nothing wrong with them, they’re just not what makes me excited about lingerie. It is, however, an undeniable fact that a lot of “special occasion” clothing merits specific undergarments, whether it’s strapless dresses, clinging […] Read more…

Sweet Nothings 2018 holiday: The Lady of Shalott. (c) Sylvie Rosokoff

Women of Prophecy: The Lady of Shalott

The Pre-Raphaelites loved the Lady of Shalott. Oh they loooooved her, couldn’t get enough of her, painted her multiple times, continually re-conceiving and reworking her story and image. Even Tennyson published two separate versions of his great poem, one in 1833 and one in 1842. The Lady of Shalott is loosely based in Arthurian legend […] Read more…

Sweet Nothings reviews Elomi Sachi Bra and Brief

Review: Elomi Sachi Bra and Full Brief

[Elomi generously provided this set for review. I was not compensated for this post, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.] One of the best full bust/plus size lingerie sets of the last five years? Yes. A unique take on an increasingly ubiquitous trend? Yes. Incredibly comfortable and well-fitting? Yes. Available in black as […] Read more…

Review: Scantilly Lingerie

[Disclosure: Large Cup Lingerie, a UK-based online boutique, generously provided this set for review. I was not compensated for this post, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.] Sooooo…we gotta talk about something before we dive in to the review proper, and that something is the name of this set and my reaction to it. From […] Read more…

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