Lust List: March

This month's Lust List is a quick end-of-the-month post, but there's nothing half arsed (pun intended) about the featured brands. I've come up with a list of underwear companies who care about their fit, fabrics, supply chain and their customers. If you want to spend a bit more to get something that will feel good... Continue Reading →

Lingerie lust list: March

This month's list is an eclectic mix of things that have caught my eye so far in March. There were more items I could have included, but they aren't all necessarily what you would call 'lingerie'... more 'underwear'. I pondered renaming this feature something a bit less femme but, I'm rather fond of the alliteration.... Continue Reading →

Style with Ethics: Birdsong London

I love it when friends get in touch to introduce me to something new that they think I'll love... especially when they're right! Recently I was alerted to the existence of Birdsong London, an online shop and community which finds and sells unique clothing lovingly made by inspirational women's groups. Founded by Sophie Slater, Sarah... Continue Reading →

Giveaway: WMYP and design

This is the last of three giveaways in May here on Rarely Wears Lipstick, with prizes from the lovely people at Who Made Your Pants. Each week, I'm focusing on a different aspect of their fantastic business. This week's theme: Design. It is extremely tricky to come up with the perfect pants design but, when... Continue Reading →

Giveaway: WMYP and jobs

This is the second of three giveaways in May here on Rarely Wears Lipstick, with prizes from the lovely people at Who Made Your Pants. Each week, I'm going to focus on a different aspect of their fantastic business. This week's theme: Jobs and training. Through a bit of planning and an awareness of the... Continue Reading →

Giveaway: WMYP and sustainability

This is the first of three giveaways in May here on Rarely Wears Lipstick, with prizes from the lovely people at Who Made Your Pants. Each week, I'm going to focus on a different aspect of their fantastic business. This week's theme: Sustainability. WMYP use fabrics that would otherwise be discarded by other lingerie manufacturers... Continue Reading →

Style with Ethics: Who Made Your Pants?

You may have been reading this blog since I first discovered Who Made Your Pants? and then visited them back in 2012. You may have seen my excitement about the comfy and flattering extra wide lace Aimee shorts that they made a couple of years ago. You may even have read my interview on their... Continue Reading →

Review: Ayten Gasson peace silk knickers

Luxury lingerie label Ayten Gasson, famous for its beautiful collections and firm commitment to supporting the UK fashion industry, has recently expanded its eco range. Designed and made in Britain from organic and peace silks with vintage lace trims, the range has always proved that you don't have to ignore your principles or sacrifice on... Continue Reading →

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