Tag Archives: Breasts

Free The Nipple!

It’s time to #FreeTheNipple! Or rather, it’s probably time we stopped freaking out so much about something every single mammal in the world has when it appears on a certain 50+% of the human population. In a culture that loses … Continue reading

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I’ve got Fever: Freya’s classic bikini reviewed

I’ve recommended Freya’s staple swim range Fever countless times. Simple, understated, and stylish, it’s an easy basic for girls who shy away from patterns, or who want a one-piece with a bit of extra p-pow. That said – always distracted … Continue reading

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Panache Superbra’s Multi-Way Reviewed

Panache’s basic Superbra range was recommended to me when I got married, and while Freya’s Deco Multiway won that race at the crucial moment of having to have something sewn in to my dress, when I found Zara on sale … Continue reading

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Curvy Kate’s Roxie bra reviewed!

I wasn’t ever a huge fan of Curvy Kate‘s earlier Tease Me/Tempt Me/Truss Me (I made that one up) Showgirl series so I’ve quite enjoyed their recent lines – simple and unfussy styles with the odd mega-plunge for days that … Continue reading

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Boobs on a budget: Just Peachy’s Zara reviewed

It’s not easy having big boobs on a tight budget – with decent E+ bras often retailing at the same price as a single broke girl’s weekly food budget investing in them can be extremely daunting. While (unpopular sentiment alert) … Continue reading

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Masquerade’s Antoinette reviewed

On paper (or, you know, Internet) I love Masquerade. Panache’s luxe offering always delivers on style and I usually spend their seasonal sneak peeks wishing away whole pay packets. It’s boudoir without being too bordello, and the construction is always … Continue reading

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To sag or not to sag? That is(n’t) the question…

First things first: I think everyone should read Bad Pharma by Ben Goldacre. A healthy skepticism about ‘scientific’ studies is good for you, and would make the world a much more rational place. But if there’s one thing I’ve learned … Continue reading

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