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We’re here to share some fabulous fashion inspiration from the interwebs so stand by for some beautiful boudoir garments and unique fashion choices.

Burlesque Fashion Inspiration

Take a look at some must-see fashion inspiration…

Hazel Farrell

Stick ’em up for Irish creative, magician and model, Hazel Farrell. She shared this pic of W.I.A clothing and we’re loving the femme sportswear chic vibe.

A photo posted by Hazel Farrell (@hazeface) on


MaryMe-JimmyPaul

For our lovers of fur and feathers, look no further than MaryMe-JimmyPaul. This jacket is fit for a showgirl about to burst into flight.

Add more stars to your look with our Glitter Tattoo Sets.

Kitty Kin-Evil

Burlesque fashion inspiration wouldn’t be complete without a happy stripper mid-performance. Kitty Kin-Evil is pinktastic! This is one wardrobe choice we will never argue with.


Sassy World

If you love to live your life loud then crazy and colourful vintage clothing brand, Sassy World, is the one for you. Fashion should be fun and that’s what this photoshoot is all about.

Frankie Sin

Burlesque dancer, Frankie Sin lives up to her name by wearing very little, in style. Some well-placed nipple tassels can make an entire boudoir outfit. Swing optional.


Wheels & Dollbaby

September saw LA burlesque dancer, Dita Von Teese make headlines by walking in the Wheels & Dollbaby fashion show. It was this look, however, that caught our eye. No wonder this brand is known for flattering curves.

Von Follies by Dita Von Teese

Dita Von Teese’s lingerie collection is always a winner. And we’re loving the behind-the-scenes shot of double trouble with Stefania Ferrario. Proof black lace doesn’t go out of style.


Debbie Harry

Blondie frontwoman, Debbie Harry, always proves she can still make a bold fashion choice. This Zana Bayne leather accessory just jumped to the top of our list of season musts.

A photo posted by Todd Pendu (@toddpendu) on

Marquee Las Vegas Dancers

You had us at eccentric clubwear. The Marquee Las Vegas dancers know how to get attention. Why not wear kitchen lino on the dancefloor?


Teale Coco

This season black is the new black with Victoriana and “health goth” owning the style trend. Alternative fashion brand with a fetish twist, Teale Coco shows how it’s done. This Widow’s Peak crop is modelled and styled by their namesake and accessorised perfectly.

Join us on Instagram for more beautiful pics and watch our quick-fire burlesque history lesson.

(Main image from Style Counsel PR)

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