Friday, October 30, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Lingerie Diva recently added traditional corset brands — Axfords, Maya Hansen, Pink Corset, Playful Promises and Vollers — to its site, which means you can now get that Scarlett O'Hara-look you've always wanted. While Lingerie Diva already carries an extensive collection of fashion corsets, these traditional corsets offer more support for a woman's body. These five brands create corsets that use classic corsetry techniques. As a result, they offer back support, create a slimmer waist, and support the bust line. Not only are traditional corsets more functional, they are made with the best fabric — genuine silk, satin and lace — and include a cotton lining that helps keep the corset from staining or having a strong odor.
The traditional corset is a historic piece of lingerie that has been providing women with necessary support for centuries. Because of this, Lingerie Diva is excited to offer these traditional pieces to its customers, including this gorgeous Margot Cream Corset by Maya Hansen. While they are pricier, a traditional corset is worth the expense for long-lasting support. If you care for it properly, it could last a lifetime!
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Tattoo artist Don Ed Hardy has become a household name overnight, thanks to stars like Britney Spears, Ashton Kutcher and Jon Gosselin (to name a few). In just two years, designer Christian Audigier has used Ed Hardy designs to create a pop culture-defining fashion trend. The vibrant colors combined with urban art makes the Ed Hardy label a popular choice for today’s tattoo-covered society.
From t-shirts to bags to lingerie, the Ed Hardy brand can be found in every spectrum of the fashion world. And people must like it because Ed Hardy products are now distributed in over 3,000 stores across the globe. Luckily for you, Lingerie Diva just started selling Ed Hardy Intimates.
They’ll certainly make a bold statement in the bedroom. And if you’re looking for an Ed Hardy look to wear out on the town, check out Ed Hardy designer bags at World of Bags. Now you can wear Ed Hardy’s art in all aspects of your life.
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
Friday, October 9, 2009
Fashion designers may have taken the lingerie trend a bit far in their 2010 Spring/Summer collections. As Christina Binkley (writer for the Wall Street Journal) recently pointed out, the latest, rather revealing collections at Paris fashion week “risk turning off many professional or mature women.” While these looks certainly draw attention to the designers or even to the Lady Gagas out there bold enough to wear them, they’re still not practical for the working woman. Sheer dresses, plunging tops and short skirts make these new designs impractical for the workplace.
While this look by Christian Dior (above)is certainly elegant, its sheer fabric would be hard to translate into a working woman’s world.If you’re a professional woman looking to follow the 2010 Spring/Summer fashion trends, try wearing a waist cincher over a more conservative blouse like the look below. This way you can still incorporate the latest lingerie trend into a more formal setting — without feeling like some overly dramatic celebrity.