A couple of years ago, Ewa Michalak released a particular style which received an unbelievable amount of attention: the CHP Gazeta. This burlesque-inspired, newspaper print piece sold out incredibly quickly, and it’s still highly coveted throughout the lingerie community today. While the CHP has a smaller size range than some of Ewa’s other pieces, Ewa Michalak offers the option for many of her styles to be custom-made in another cut for a small fee. I was lucky enough to get my hands on an S Gazeta, which uses the same fabrics and detailing, but in a construction specifically designed for larger breasts.
With how sought-after this style is, I wasn’t able to get this bra in my preferred size of 70K (32K), so this is a 60L (28L). Continue reading →
As a bra blogger, I spend a lot of my time perusing the world of lingerie. In particular, I have recently developed a huge love for robes – La Lilouche, Claire Pettibone, Gilda & Pearl, Jenny Packham…a girl can dream! Unfortunately most of these items are out of my price range, but that doesn’t stop me from daydreaming of evenings filled with feathers and silk. Recently, I have been looking around for more attainable options, and soon came across Camille Lingerie.
Camille stock a variety of affordable lingerie, including both their own bras (32-42 A-FF) and Royce Lingerie (28-40 D-K), but what I most liked the look of was their range of wraps. Luckily for me, Camille very kindly offered to send me an item of my choice, and I decided to try out their luxury peach satin bathrobe in a size 14/16. I found this size to be a good fit over my bust, though I did find the waist and shoulders were slightly big due to my narrow frame. Continue reading →