First, we’d like to wish a Happy Thanksgiving to all of our wonderful customers! We are so lucky to be able to produce beautiful lingerie everyday and bring out the nostalgia and feel from the vintage era. We’ve been lucky to be surrounded by customers who share the love of vintage garments, and today we’re showing off some of our favorite reasons we’re grateful for vintage style. From playful pinups to glamorous gowns, there’s more than enough reasons to love these looks!
First up, we’re grateful for glamour lounging. This ideal was brought to life perfectly by Hollywood starlets like Jean Harlow.… Read more
Thanksgiving usually marks the first of the holiday season (although most stores skip over it and head straight for Christmas), and with that usually comes lots of traveling, time with family, dinner parties, hosting parties, the list goes on and on! To make sure that you are on your a-game this season, we’ve included a list of must-haves to get through the holiday season in style.
Nothing says “the holidays” like a little extra shine and glitter. Our Shiny Seamed Fully Fashioned Stocking has the pointed french heel style that you love along with the backseam which is done in a metallic glitter.… Read more
Temperatures are starting to drop and the holiday season is creeping up on us once again. While stores are already filled with Christmas decorations and you may be stressing about gift shopping already – we prefer to enjoy the coziness and relaxation of the fall and winter seasons. After all, there’s something wonderful and heart-warming about being able to curl up with someone special and enjoy a relaxing night. Today, we’re showing off the best loungewear to enjoy these times in – from glamorous camisoles to robes and pajama sets, there’s something for every one and every style.
We’re excited to show off new arrivals from our Dominique Collection, now your favorite styles are available in new color combinations.… Read more
We’re back this week with some more interesting facts about the history of stockings. We’ve talked before about their origins which date way back to the Renaissance age, but what most of us are striving to recreate are the looks from the 20’s-50’s. In the 1920’s women were finally allowed to show off their legs! After all, after it had been dubbed “in style” by the start of the flapper era, it was no longer frowned upon for women to show off their legs above knee length. And man, are we grateful for that movement! We recognize the flapper uniform usually by the iconic dress with tassels that move and shake with your body, usually accompanied by fishnet stockings, or stockings with a backseam.… Read more