Alice in Wonderland inspired fashion is all over the place right now, and what better was to incorperate that look into your burlesque wardrobe that with a stunning, top hat in the style of who else, but the Mad Hatter! You could even base your routine around the film, with Tim Burtons remake giving plenty of inspiration for costume changes and dance routines. This hat is from www.truecorset.co.uk and comes in at £29.38 including VAT, made from velvet with a red and black ribbon bow to add that finishing touch.
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I’m always so impressed when ever I see the corsetry work from the students of De Montfort Univeristy, on the invitation only couture corset design degree. I came across some beautifully designed corsets at last years London Graduate Fashion Week and have followed some of the students since. With links with leading lingerie publication, Lingerie Buyer, the students showcase their work at various trade shows such as the Harrogate Lingerie show and I’ve just recently found out that some the courses creations were featured in DJ Ironics ‘Tiny Dancer’ video. Take a look at these gorgeous designs.
I was recently asked, as extronidaire of all things sexy, what one piece of lingerie should a girl wear to impress her man, whether it be the handsome new guy in her life or her husband who needs a little shaking up. I thought and I thought and even went to the lengths of discussing this with my male friends and it seems that a sassy pair of frilly French knickers should do the trick. Men can’t help themselves when they see a girl in French knickers and with it being the only thing you’re wearing I’m sure the man in your life will have no qualms. These gorgeous baby pink frilly knickers from True Corset are a sure fire way to get you noticed in the bedroom (or maybe outside the bedroom if your feeling risky!) and priced at £14.30 incl VAT means you’ll be able to treat yourself to one for every day of the week!
Click here to get yourself some gorgeously sexy frilly knickers
Wow. Beautiful shapes, intricate leather-work, and more current fashion trends than I care to name: Anticeptic Fashion have an Etsy store that should – if it doesn’t already – cater to both the alternative and the mainstream fashioniser.
Though clearly able to be worn with a fetish twist, I can imagine some of these pieces also working in a more classic way, sort of like an Hermes or Ralph Lauren belt to the extreme. You could feminise some of these beautifully with floaty florals or shimmering metalics – or rock them up with skinny pants and killer boots.