[lightbox color=”#000000″ type=”image” title=”” link=”https://lingeriebriefs.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/holiday-cookies-BB.jpg”][/lightbox]When I was young Christmas in my house was a big excuse for throwing a great party during which my mother’s creative baking skills took center stage. Her cookies, which were a huge holiday tradition, became legendary as the years evolved. Baked from an assortment of recipes collected from a bevy of sources, their reputation soon enabled them to be referred to, simply as “Libby’s cookies”. As a teenager, growing up in a predominantly Jewish neighborhood, my home became a magnet as this holiday approached. My mother’s marathon baking spree, which commenced in early November, was a seductive process. My friends and I would pilfer the freezer where my mom stored her stock of delicious delights in large tins building an inventory of notorious treats. This went on until she installed a lock claiming we were sabotaging her assortment of goodies designated for holiday gifts. … ...Read more
This weeks Intimate Discovery: Community Partnership for Holiday Fun[lightbox color=”#000000″ type=”image” title=”” link=”https://lingeriebriefs.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/20101118-Glory-NightAndDay_035-1099413151-L.jpg”][/lightbox]
On November 18, Glory Restaurant of Andover, Massachusets joined together with local boutique Night and Day Lingerie in their ongoing series of Thursday evening fashion events bringing their customers a spectacular holiday event. Owner Merit Tukiainen featured a spectacular array of intimate holiday styles perfect for gift giving. Brands presented to a audience of 150 plus customers were: Arianne, Mary Green, PJ Salvage, Hanky Panky, COTN, Chantelle, Cosabella, Natori, Oh-La-La and Fleur’t.
“Never treat your audience as customers, always as partners”… James Stewart
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[lightbox color=”#000000″ type=”image” title=”” link=”https://lingeriebriefs.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/redroses-one-white.jpg”][/lightbox]It’s November 26th, the day after Thanksgiving, the start of the holiday season and my 30th wedding anniversary. It’s a big gift giving time of year, but somehow, the whole process has become a chore. Time has erased the need to own “things”. Experience has taught me that a true gift is a rare luxury; a combination of thought, pleasure and emotion. A great gift is not only a joy to receive but a delight to give. It is the birth of a beautiful memory. On our first anniversary, my husband gave me a dozen red roses plus one white bud. In his note, he said that he hoped that the white roses would one day outnumber the red. For each celebration after that, I received another crimson bouquet plus an increment of white blooms for each year of our marriage. This … ...Read more
This week’s Intimate Discovery: Holiday Gift from Fleur’t Lingerie
What better gift for the discerning woman with a flair for fashion than the combination of practicality[lightbox color=”#000000″ type=”image” title=”” link=”https://lingeriebriefs.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/3005123_raw1.jpg”][/lightbox] and pleasure. Fleur’t Lingerie is offering it’s best selling lace trim rayon spandex boyshort available in a plethora of colors exclusively to retailers and e-tailers for a special holiday incentive discount, if you place your wholesale orders before December 31. Call or email your sale’s rep to learn about the discount price, place an order and give your customers a holiday treat.
“Each day comes bearing its own gifts. Untie the ribbons.” ~Ruth Ann Schabacker
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[lightbox color=”#000000″ type=”image” title=”” link=”https://lingeriebriefs.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Happy-Thanksgiving3.gif”][/lightbox]It is Thanksgiving this week in the United States. We will celebrate a tradition that commemorates the spirit of survival and congeniality demonstrated by the Pilgrims and the Native Americans at the first Thanksgiving. The pilgrims had an invincible work ethic and their perseverance helped to perpetuate the first immigrant settlements in our country. This holiday is a celebration of family and the appreciation for a quality of life that our country has tried to preserve. Even though this may not be the best of economic times in America, by examining our history, we can understand a broader picture and acknowledge what we have. History is a valuable teacher, laying bare precedents set by past experiences and giving us the opportunity to use these lessons to improve the future. It allows us to hone our skills and accrue knowledge. Quality is the result of patience, … ...Read more