Midori sent me an incredibly fun package ahead of London Fashion Week so that I could be fully prepared if I was attending, or just catching the action online. The package was beyond thoughtful and contained everything that a girl could ever want, alcohol, beauty products and edible fun biscuits. I’ve actually never tried Mirdori before but I’m a good sport and willing to try any form of alcohol and this is actually rather delicious. I tried it with the Funkin Mixers and it was an interesting mix and then I tried it with coke and it actually tasted like bubblegum! I went through the bottle in no time and now it’s safe to say that I’m a fan. The parcel even contained the latest form of adult colouring and a new mindfulness technique, Hirameki. I’m not actually sure if that’s what it’s called or if that’s just what this book is called but from Google I can gather than it has all different ‘blobs’ of shapes and you’re meant to doodle what you see! It looks like SO much fun and I’ve got it on my self waiting for a night where I need to escape and let me imagination run wild.
Needless to say I was impressed already but then to my utter surprise, a Fujifilm Instax Mini Camera appears out of the box! I remember Alfie talking about one of these cameras a couple months back so I just waited patiently for him to come downstairs and become as excited as me. We decided to take the new camera on our travels to York and get a few shots of the wall, but I thought it’d be fun to try out taking photos of my latest lingerie review. I’m not one for stripping off completely on my blog, not a confidence issue at all I just have A LOT of family who either read my posts and/or follow me across my social channels and I don’t fancy my boobs being the topic of a conversation at the next gathering….
I own the best bra ever from Panache, Cleo by Panache to be exact so whenever they pop up into my inbox to review another bra it’s an instant yes. This time stock levels weren’t as generous in my size of a 38GG and I had to trespass into the soft bra section. Now it’s not that I completely and utterly hate soft bras, but I’ve never had a decent one. Any in the past have made my boobs look SO SAD and fed up that I’ve just avoided them at all costs. The only one I’ve actually purchased myself was one from Curvy Kate where they convinced me and for a second it did fit, as soon as I moved around? Not so much. That wasn’t the only problem though. Whilst walking through a park in London one afternoon with Alfie, I noticed that my nipples were about to knock someone out. I had never had this problem before as I always wear padded, but suddenly deadly bullets were a real health and safety risk for those around me.
Panache know how I feel but I don’t own one of their babydolls, so I put the past aside and wanted to try again. Obviously it helps being in my actual size and being a SUPER cute love heart pattern, but I do actually love this Kali babydoll. It doesn’t make my boobs look a funny, frumpy shape and it doesn’t make me feel uncomfortable at all. Obviously we’ll still have the bullet issue, but this isn’t really something to wear on a day-to-day is it? Well, if you tucked it in somewhere.
I always worried about this style of babydoll, will it fit around my size 20/22 frame? As you can see above it’s a really comfortable looking fit that is still floaty and as a babydoll should be. I get a great lift from this bra, a nice and round shape, it sits perfectly where it should and overall I’m SO happy with it! It retails around the £37 mark which for a high quality babydoll is around the usual pricing.
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