Lingerie to buy for yourself this Valentine’s because you’re that special someone
Ah, for me? I shouldn’t have
Isn’t Valentine’s just the best? A day created to emotionally manipulate people into spending money, making single people feel lonely and putting couples under pressure.
For weeks shop windows are filled with tacky red love-hearts, mocking italic fonts, fat red roses and they even manage to make the colour pink look grim. Everything is centred around buying something for “that special someone”, and single or not, that special someone should be yourself.
So, we’ve gone through Ann Summers’ Valentine’s Day collection and selected the laciest, prettiest, silkiest and loveliest underwear to buy for yourself this year.
Photography: Romany Francesca
MUA: Bianka Klaric
Styling: Daisy Bernard
Lingerie and accessories all from Ann Summers Valentine’s collection.
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