What is better than one favourite Bra?…Two of them….
It may not be the end of the world, but when your favourite perfume, eye shadow or sex toy is discontinued, it can sure feel that way!
Wolford’s indestructible stay-ups, Moroccan Oil’s miraculous hair mask; what would I do without my favourites? And so I buy them by the dozen. Yes, when my annual box of Wolford hoisery arrives, I feel a bit like my own sugar daddy. But you know what? I’m worth it.
I even find myself desperately collecting my own lingerie. For a few years now, my favourite bra has been the tough, sexy Gloria with the macho suspender straps. I wear it about 4 times a week and luckily I own at least 7 versions of it; from the classic pinstripe to the latest sweet summer tweed. For every mood, a Gloria.
The secret of great style is knowing what works for you. To not blindly follow every trend, but stay loyal to yourself. I get so excited when women tell me they own the Dame de Paris in 10 different colours, or when Sarah Jessica Parker is spotted in yet another Triangle bra!
You know what you like, ladies! And I support that. So I decided to celebrate with a special promotion:
2nd Bra 50% off – Buy your favourite bra in a basic colour, and receive a 50% discount on a seasonal colour variation! Available until the 31st of May.
Sun, sand, scissor kicks
I’m going on a trip and I’m bringing…
Well, unfortunately not my gorgeous personal trainer. But his sexy summer work out is a nice alternative. If you like torture, that is.
« Unlock Your Potential » book launch in New York
Marlies Dekkers, the cult Dutch lingerie artist, launched her new book ‘Unlock your potential’ on February 27th in the Dream Hotel Downtown, New York City… And what a night it was!
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Talent for Intrigue
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