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The Story of the Babydoll Lingerie

14 October 2020

The nightie, also called baby doll, is a feminine sleepwear that is shaped like a dress with thin straps. It is, in general, made of light fabric such as nylon or silk for the most luxurious models. We can find the nightie in all its forms with its games of transparency, ruffles, frills, ribbons, colors. The nightie was created by Nancy Mecher in the 1950s. In fact, at that time, this garment was mainly associated with pin-ups. Ten years later, it is even worn as an everyday dress, especially from the hippie movement. Nowadays, the nightie can be worn in many different ways and by many women! Hollywood's biggest stars like Marylin Monroe are featured in films and photo campaigns. The nightie then gained popularity. It's like a small revolution in the world of fine lingerie for women.There is a constant evolution of the nightie over time. It becomes more visible, more accessible, more like a must-have piece of the wardrobe. Nowadays, the nightie can be found in the fine lingerie and loungewear category with pajamas or nightgowns. This pretty garment remains a seductive piece that highlights the feminine silhouette, which is chic and very feminine.Ladies, put on your nighties! The best recommendation: Boutique La Ligne

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We love Ulyana Sergeenko lookbook for this Fall

We love Ulyana Sergeenko lookbook for this Fall

15 September 2011

It is an extraordinary energy within Ulyana Sergeenko’s AW 11 collection. It’s vibrant, it’s special and it catches your soul. You want instantly to wear all those pretty outfits from her collection. The 50s retro style with retro dress, marked waist and pinned coiffures. We ...

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Christian Louboutin D'Orsay glam pump

Christian Louboutin D'Orsay glam pump

15 September 2011

  This Halloween you could look more than glamorous and take the high peak of luxury wearing a Halloween themes shoe from Christian Louboutin. The three crystal beaded spider web motif with open toe pump is just the right piece for Halloween. Satin d’Orsay features the ...

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Get into the 60s

Get into the 60s

15 September 2011

  The 60s fashion it has many things to be crazy about. From boots, buttons, zippers to romantic charm of furs, little skirts and rock look. The 60s look can offer us a variety of looks to choose from and feel really young with it. ...

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Americana look

Americana look

15 September 2011

  The Americana look still lingers in the season’s trends. It was a powerful coming last year and it still goes on; it’s just for you to arrange it so it has the modern chic touch. We can have all the Americana style without getting ...

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Color trends in make up for Fall 2011

Color trends in make up for Fall 2011

13 September 2011

This fall comes in powerful shades. You must have all these at your cosmetic corner if you want to be in trend. The violet Quickliner For Eyes from Clinique: The violet eyeliner from Clinique is a great choice for a smooth quick and resistant eye ...

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Mistakes in make up

Mistakes in make up

13 September 2011

  Certainly, you have some routines in make up that you make every day. But, you know exactly what best suits you and what are the correct techniques? You may find that certain make up routines are more mistakes than right thing to do. Choosing the foundation ...

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How to wear a metallic skirt

How to wear a metallic skirt

9 September 2011

A metallic skirt is a burst of energy. It is a powerful piece of clothing. Because the metallic skirt is the star, you need to put it in front of attention. Therefore, if it stands in the centre and attires attention, you need to ...

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Autumn office style

Autumn office style

9 September 2011

Autumn comes with unpredictable weather. It can be sunny days and rainy days, too. But, your outfit must be impeccable every time. Step into the latest trends and combine them for your office. You can go for the 60s trend and 80s monochrome and ...

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