Ever since last year's ballet-themed holiday lingerie editorial at bras and baking blog Sweet Nothings, we have been eagerly anticipating what the next theme will bring - and this year's series does not disappoint. Beautifully shot with impeccable attention to detail and creativity, each episode features a "Woman of Mystery" in a stunningly curated lingerie shoot, paired with a gift guide inspired by that muse.
Irene Adler came first, in a jaw-dropping custom corset from our dear friend Angela Friedman (showing just how incredible a custom fit can be for curves, not to mention all of the endlessly exciting options with colour, style and trim beyond getting a perfect fit - take a read of Sweet's post on the custom corset journey here as well!)
If you haven't yet seen Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, you need to right now, as there's not much more fun that a whip-smart 1920's lady detective with a wardrobe to actually commit murder for (though how she would investigate that one, we're not too sure) and Sweet's shoot inspired by her is utterly spot on.
In our Augusta Teal silk kimono with hand-knotted fringing, Art Nouveau style embroidery bra and tasselled brief, and sashay-inducing fringed suspender, Sweets looks every inch the chic detective unwinding with a cocktail after a long day's sleuthing, and our Eleanor gown paired with a deliciously extravagant red velvet bed jacket by Layneau is just the icing on the cake.
All photography by Steven Rosen Photography, all styling by Sweet Nothings