Setting the Mood: Under Covers

By |August 4th, 2014|Setting the Mood|

lingerie fashion editorial I may be appalled at the thought of wearing pearls and Tory Burch ballet flats give me the creeps, but no one who knows me intimately would argue that I’m anything but feminine.  I may have matured from favoring hot pink hues for home and wardrobe, but I will never tire of delicate lace, soft satin, and intricate details that make being a woman worth all of the cramps, bloating, skewed salaries, and cat calls.  When I spent several years in the high end world of lingerie, I acquired new found admiration for all that goes into underpinnings.  Perhaps there will only be a few special someones who are ever fortunate enough to see the contents of your knicker drawer (unless you use your delicates as decor), but the most feminine thing I think a woman can do is dress for herself.

la perla mimi holiday kiki de montparnasse lingerieAgent Provocateur Abbey Lace Trimmed Stretch Silk Satin Robe, La Perla Paisley Lace Appliqued Stretch Tulle Bodysuit, Mimi Holiday by Damaris Banoffee Pie Stretch Silk Satin Lingerie Set, Kiki de Montparnasse Muse Stretch Silk Contour Bra and High Waisted Satin and Lace Corset Briefs

xx, WhyDid

WhyDid and Win: A Royal Giveaway

By |July 25th, 2013|WhyDid and Win|

kate middelton babyIn case you’ve been living under a rock, the royal baby has arrived and in honor of Prince George Alexander Louis, the fabulous ladies behind Rebecca and Penelope (not coincidentally Rebecca and Penelope) have been gracious enough to offer up one of their stunning pearl creations (worth $265!) for one lucky reader.  A favorite of royalty, pearls have long been regarded as “magical” and have been prized and collected for over 4,000 years.  And now it’s your turn to add a little magic to your jewelry collection.

pearl ribbon necklaceAll you need to do to enter is follow WhyDid, like Rebecca and Penelope, and retweet this message.  Good luck and cheerio, chap!