6 pieces to continue ringing in the New Year in style!

As glasses are raised, resolutions made, and fireworks explode into the sky, I know so many of you will share my relief at having made it through this year in one piece. It’s safe to say that 2020 has not been easy. The weight of this pandemic has been palpable for all of us.
It is my personal belief that it’s important to create what joy we can in life, but especially so after this very challenging year. After everything we’ve all been through, we deserve to celebrate!
On that note, I plan to stretch my New Years celebrations out for the entire month of January, and do hope you will join me! 
Here are 6 pieces to continue ringing in the New Year in style;
A timeless classic by Agent Provocateur, the Mercy corset and matching thong is an unforgettable piece in anyone's wardrobe. 
As Katy Perry reminded us years ago, Baby you’re a fiiiiirewooorrrrk! Or at least you will be in Crystal Eyez’s Swarovski bodysuit. Additionally, I love how many potential styling options this piece has. Definitely not one to be underestimated.


Any of I.D. Sarrieri’s Evening Goddess range. The silver! The lace! The drama!


Studio Pia’s golden Yuna bodysuit with its shimmering embroidery and stunning back.

Is bling more your thing? A new arrival, Elissa Poppy’s latex Mu set with diamanté appliqué (and yes! Those are matching jewelled bra straps!) certainly commands attention!


And to finish, my personal choice (currently winging its way to me from NIN), Studio Pia’s Soraya robe. After the year we’ve had, on a consumer front, I cannot think of anything better than wrapping myself in luxurious organic peace silk and getting lost in the beautiful golden embroidery.
I wish you all health and happiness in the coming year for you & your loved ones! 
Keep your chin up, and remember, we have so much to both be grateful for and look forward to - fabulous lingerie being just one of many.
@Silk.Sheets.Lingerie.Peeks is a Lingerie Blogger from New Zealand. In quarantine, she enjoys a good cup of tea with nowhere to go, romantic walks to the fridge, and far too much online shopping.