Wordy girl that I am, I had not really thought about the link between the words Sense and Sensuality until just recently. Then I slid into a cami / panty set sent my way for review by friends at Lilipiache and my senses and understanding of sensuality come into a new and lovely alignment. - See more at: http://guilty-pleasures.org/lilipiache-sense-and-sensuality
Today’s post is written by Melissa Hathaway. Having graduated in design and Journalism a few years ago, Missi has been studying everything from global fashion trends to local designers, brand economics, sustainability clothing and a lot in between. When she proposed me this article, I was very interested in finding out more about bra fabrics. I have the habit to read the bra labels closely when I purchase new lingerie, but I haven’t been curious enough to study these fabrics in detail. All I know is what I feel comfortable in and what doesn’t work for me at all. I’m very curious to know what your favorite fabrics are from those listed below. - See more at: http://guilty-pleasures.org/a-short-guide-to-popular-bra-fabrics#sthash.IH7JutgH.dpuf
Enter new friends from AMIA with the Supreme Panty Shaper and some remedial math work. The Supreme is a wear-your-own-bra, pull up-and-over super-slimmer that brings a lot of traditional Latin American Faja feel to the equation, but has some very comforting contemporary qualities that me and my Cameronboth love.
New York is all straight lines, hard edges, glass and steel, clanging, jarring sounds, a towering gigantic inorganic madhouse, right? Until you turn a corner and spot a blooming window box, or see the branches rolling and waving from the rooftop at the Met, or listen to the thundering quiet at the foot of Roosevelt Island, and all of a sudden realize how alive the place is.