Tired of boring, unaccessorized knees? Sick of naked kneecaps? Dying for a way to make your knees speak volumes? Well, worry and wonder no more, for CherrieCherrie knee accessories are here, and “now your knees can talk!” (Oh, but what will they say?) If you’re familiar with garters, you get the idea. Back in ye olde days, garters were worn below the knee, not the thigh, and CherrieCherries are the same. They come in a variety of styles, and stockings aren’t required. Would we wear them? Our knees plead the Fifth. [NOTCOUTURE] Keep reading »
Any lingerie with garter straps becomes sexier in multiples. Luckily, a sex kitten like you doesn’t need to curl up to sleep in the poorhouse! Make your man’s tongue hit the floor with this Forever 21 polka dot onesie with satin-y bows and ruffles that you’ve snapped to your foxiest thigh-highs. It’s sweet and sexy, which is hard to pull off! And hey, no one has to know you’re wearing cheap lingerie … unless you want them to. [$17.80, Forever 21] Keep reading »
I’m one of those girls who wears fancy matching under-things only by accident, so perhaps I’m not the best person to speak to this, but somehow I think there must be a better way to bring an “explosive style” to the bedroom than wearing grenade-top thigh highs. But, hey, if it’s your thing, you’re in luck — the weapon-themed lingerie is on sale for $10.50! [Spicy Lingerie via ideeli]
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Traditions can be a great way to make occasions special, but don’t you kind of wonder who came up with these crazy things? Mental Floss has a great post about the origin of wedding traditions, and after reading them, I am way less into keeping them. Why should I wear white just because Queen Victoria did? [MentalFloss.com]
Women used to wear whatever dress was the nicest in their closet until Queen Victoria wore a white dress trimmed with orange blossoms for her wedding to her first cousin, Prince Albert (gross). Tradition worth upholding? Nah, we don’t all look good in white anyway.
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