Tag: black lace

High Waist Briefs: Kinky Knickers Norma Jeane

I know many of you love a high waist brief.  The retro aesthetic and comfort fit can be hard to resist, and I must admit, right now I’m all about big knickers.  Although normally I tend to prefer a lower cut brief, especially a high leg or shortie, pregnancy has certainly changed it for me.  I’m not ashamed to say I’m much preferring a big pair of pants as my bump grows, simply because they’re down right comfy.   So you

Midnight Pin Up | Cleo Hettie Balcony Bra

Cleo is such a fun brand, and a rare treat for the younger, full bust bra wearer.  In a market that’s dominated by more mature large cup lingerie, purse friendly brands such as Cleo by Panache offer trend leading designs for the fashion conscious. Cleo lingerie tends to be vibrant and colourful (my SS15 favourite was Cleo’s multi-colour Maya), but this season the stand out collection to me is decidedly less kaleidoscopic.  Step forward an ultra classy Hettie:

Wonderbra Glam Part Two: The Cleavage

When the Wonderbra Glam was released it took the iconic lingerie label into boudoir territory.  Boasting a more luxurious aesthetic with a vintage feel, the Glam’s sumptuous design offered a new take on sexy femininity. This month I had the opportunity to take a closer look at Wonderbra’s Glam range; firstly the balconette bra, and now the latest style: Glam Cleavage, which I’m going to compare with the former. Moving away from the balcony shape, Glam Cleavage takes on the best

Wonderbra Glam Part One: The Balconette

Wonderbra is probably the most well known lingerie label thanks to their iconic 90’s ‘Hello Boys’ campaign.  The brand has a reputation for the sexiest lingerie, and with bras boasting serious cleavage enhancing design, it’s safe to say Wonderbra is the world’s biggest boob booster.   Wonderbra have ample collections to their name these days, with provocative and feisty aesthetics to suit a variety of shapes and sizes up to a G cup.  One of their

Maison Close ‘Hotel Diva’ Teddy

Growing into my pregnancy body is proving a challenge already; bras aren’t fitting as they did a week before, and everything feels a bit… tight.  Even though my body’s changing and getting bigger for an amazing reason, it doesn’t mean I don’t sometimes feel a bit frumpy.  Feeling shabby about yourself at an important time of your life is just not right, so wearing clothing – and indeed lingerie – that makes you feel extra special is top of