British retailer Boux Avenue has launched a fantastic bridal range of lingerie just in time for the peak wedding season. They are also offering a range of wedding nightwear featuring satin and lace chemises, babydolls and robes embellished with the words ‘Mrs’ and ‘Bridesmaid’ in diamantes (a small glittering ornament).
So whether you are the bride, the bridesmaid or the groom, I suggest you check out this site. Not only do they have everything you’ll need for your honeymoon, they feature a very cool wedding day checklist.
Did I mention that Boux Avenue also sells swimwear from bikinis to tankinis? Even on the perfect honeymoon you’ll need a break every now and then.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: There are two very good videos on this site that I know you’ll want to see. Am I Wearing The Right Size Bra and How To Measure Yourself both here: Video bra fitting guide by Boux Avenue
Your name may or may not be Barbie, and you may or may not be able to squeeze into this dress. But it does come in large and it cost less than $18.
This dress is ideal for any yard work that involves bending over. You will probably attract a lot of attention and make new friends, maybe meet some of the neighborhood boys that have nothing to do at night.
Tip: Don’t wear really high heels with this dress and try to walk on the grass, thousands of men get badly injured each summer doing just that. Nobody will be looking at your feet anyway.
Lilliput & Felix is a new swimwear site launched in February 2015. And they have a secret just like Victoria. See if this sounds like something you might like:
“Lilliput & Felix women are confident dreamers, aesthetes and travelers for whom style and elegance is a way of being. Chic international voyagers who feel at home on any beach, yacht or poolside, but never lose their innate sense of playfulness or their love of life. The L&F woman doesn’t seek to be the center of attention, but she turns heads wherever she globetrots; enjoying life to the full in all its beauty, the world is her playground and effortless style is a given.”
So the question you have to ask yourself is: are you a Lilliput & Felix woman?