March 2016 archive

Sweet Nothings reviews Claudette Darling Bra and Brief. Photo: Studio Rezin

Review: Claudette Darling Bra and Brief in Gothic Grape

[Disclosure: Claudette generously provided this set as a gift. I was not compensated for this post, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.] I’ve been looking forward to trying Darling, one of Claudette’s newer styles, for a while now. Claudette may be best known for their sheer mesh Dessous and standout Fishnet collections, and Darling […] Read more…

Sweet Nothings x Kimtimates Enigma Collection. Photo: Studio Rezin

Introducing Kimtimates: The Enigma Collection

Welcome back to my interview series with plus size/full-bust intimates designer Kim Hamilton! If you missed Part I, do check it out here. Today’s interview focuses exclusively on Kim’s graduate project, The Enigma Collection, and as luck would have it, I’m very close to her sample size, so Kim generously let me try it out […] Read more…

Designer Kim Hamilton, pictured with models Bettie Buxom and Raylene Heft. Photo by Chianti Images

Introducing Kimtimates: An Interview with Designer Kim Hamilton

I frequently get questions from readers who are excited by full-bust brands and designers, but who are disappointed to learn that their sizes aren’t available. Bras in cup sizes from D-G are becoming increasingly available in an ever-expanding range of styles, but growth for sizes over a G cup is considerably slower. I was therefore […] Read more…

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A Lingerie Tea Party, and Some Thoughts on Visibility

A special weekend post to announce that I collaborated with a phenomenal group of independent brands and bloggers on a project that has been published on The Lingerie Addict! ‘Lingerie is for Everyone to Enjoy’: A Lingerie Bloggers Tea Party  Cora, the founder of The Lingerie Addict, has been leading  a lot of discussions, both on her blog and […] Read more…

Sweet Nothings reviews DD Atelier DD-Basics Shirt. Photo: Studio Rezin

Review: DD Atelier DD-Basics Button-down Shirt

[Disclosure: DD Atelier generously provided this shirt for review. I was not compensated for this post, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.] I’ve never really NEEDED a white button-down shirt in my life, despite its reputation as a wardrobe staple. I usually don’t like wearing white, and then for most of my adulthood […] Read more…