Studio Pia is know for its bespoke embroidery and use of ethical silk, But what is it like to wear?
Agent Provocateur made a bit of a song and dance about expanding their size range at the start of 2021. I for one was very excited. I used to be a very loyal customer but as my body changed I was quickly sized out. Being one of the biggest names in the lingerie industry, this... Continue Reading →
This item has been gifted by Emma Harris lingerie, all thoughts and opinions are my own. Emma Harris is a brand you may know the name of but cannot place. It’s a luxury lingerie label that flies under the radar. With a small presence on social media and a classic take on lingerie it can... Continue Reading →
It’s been slowly coming around for awhile, but there are now options for luxury lingerie for the fuller bust customer. Adina reay is one of these brands that focusing on the luxury fuller bust market and currently serves the dd_G 28-38 customers. It doesn’t cover the entire fullerbust range as that would be huge, but... Continue Reading →
This set has been gifted to be by Katherine Hamilton. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I really love it when brands do a 28 band. I love it even more when they actually make lingerie I want to wear. Usually its hard to find that perfect combo of fashion/comfort/fit in one brand but... Continue Reading →
Lara Intimates take two! So you may have realised that I’ve purchased and reviewed products from this brand before. My first experience from them was good, but didn’t quite meet my extremely high expectations. This time the company has sent me a few products to try out and review and here are my honest as... Continue Reading →
It’s hard to find truly ethical lingerie companies. A lot of indie designers hardly pay themselves a living wage and that is far from ethical. Amaella are doing things different and it shows. This company has sent me these products free of charge, my opinions are completely my own and slightly delayed. Sorry amaella!!!!!!!! Amaella... Continue Reading →