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Elsa Hosk shows off curves in see-through lingerie

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Elsa Hosk, former Victoria’s Secret Angel and an all-around stunning model, gave her over 7 million Instagram followers a treat in the form of see-through lingerie.

While the 5’9″ Swedish model is no stranger to showing off her body in a bra and panties, now that Victoria’s Secret Fashion shows are a thing of the past, she now has to find other ways to give her fans a look at her assets; namely, on social media.

The blonde beauty posted a series of shots to Instagram wearing a white, lacey, see-through bra and panties set from Lounge Underwear.

She was seen standing in front of a hallway with glass doors while the sun streamed into the room, giving her a beautiful glow.

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Her hair was parted in the middle with messy beach waves, and her makeup was romantic and light, with beige eyeshadow and a light pink lip.

She captioned the photo, “Weird spot but the light was good,” along with a sun emoji.

 

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Model wows in sultry lingerie set as fans joke ‘it’s not an outfit’

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Fashion Nova fans went wild for its latest post on Instagram.

The brand, which is originally from California, US, often leaves shoppers speechless as it’s known for some seriously sexy styles.

And now followers of the brand, which has over 21.4million admirers on social media, have been left gushing again.

Posting on Instagram on Monday morning, it wrote: “This is how you win in an argument with bae @NovaINTIMATES⁠.”

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It was advertising the Your Side Of The Bed Teddy lingerie set.

For just £11, the style is bound to get hearts racing in the bedroom.

It’s available in three colours; black, red and white.

The adjustable straps make it comfortable to rock in the bedroom as it also features Venise lace.

In the Instagram post, the model rocked two colours and fans were in love with it.

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One fan gushed: “My favourite lingerie,” while another added: “This set is absolutely gorgeous!”

A third Instagram follower commented: “That’s stunning,” and a fourth chimed in: “Pure stunning.”

Meanwhile one person thought it was a bit too explicit as they slammed: “It’s not an outfit.”

The post racked up over 17,400 likes and hundreds of comments in the space of a few hours.

It secured some promising reviews over on the website, with the majority giving a 5-star rating for it.

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Real is the New Sexy: How Victoria’s Secret Got Replaced by Body-Positive Lingerie

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Our favorite fashion brands often determine what clothes we wear. But they also determine what we wear underneath our clothes.

When we think about lingerie trends over the past couple decades, Victoria’s Secret may come to mind. But Victoria’s Secret wasn’t just a lingerie brand. With its annual shows featuring musical performances by the year’s chart-topping artists and headline-worthy celebrity appearances both on and off the catwalk, the brand cultivated more than just a following for its bombshell bras and lingerie—it created a culture in shopping malls, celebrity wardrobes, and teen bedrooms all over America.

With its explosion in the 1990s and 2000s, Victoria’s Secret came to define what sexy was in the modern age. The brand started and solidified some of the most famous models’ careers, from ‘90s icons like Tyra Banks and Heidi Klum to current household names like Elsa Hosk and Adriana Lima and more recently featuring superstars like Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner, Victoria’s Secret Angels became not only the face of the brand but the top paid supermodels of the year.

Tyra Banks, Bella Hadid, Victoria’s Secret Angels.

But Victoria’s Secret and its spinoffs became notorious for the one-sided beauty it promoted. Leading up to the annual shows, VS models showed off their “Train Like an Angel” workout routines. When asked about how he trains his Angel clients such as Nadine Leopold and Devon Windsor in 2017, celebrity trainer Stephen Pasterino shared his method “to get rid of any unwanted jiggle while keeping everything lifted up and tight” to “create a proportionate feminine shape.”

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In 2018, as trends turned away from the conventional “feminine shape,” as Paterino called it, and towards increased diversity and inclusivity, Victoria’s Secret was pushed to lift its limitations on beauty standards. But the lingerie giant came under fire when its chief marketing officer Ed Razek was asked about casting different sizes and trans women. “No, I don’t think we should,” Razek replied, “Well, why not? Because the show is a fantasy.”

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The interview went viral, with Victoria’s Secret releasing an apology. But the apology did little to save face, and the infamous annual VS Show was cancelled. Since, the brand has been on the decline, attempting to expand its models but receiving more and more backlash as the world turns towards more accepting solutions.

So if we’re leaving Victoria’s Secret and the bombshell beauty standards behind in the 2010s, what’s next for underwear and lingerie styles in the new decade? We can look to the Internet, which has been a big decider in the upcoming fashion and beauty trends. As new cultures are created online, lingerie brands that pride themselves on inclusivity and diversity have taken off, pushing aside Victoria’s Secret conventional standards. Brands like body-positive Parade established different norms from the get-go, including using recycled fabric, compostable packaging, and donating a percentage of its profits to Planned Parenthood. Its models don’t showcase their strict training regimens like the Victoria’s Secret Angels—instead, they are real people of different shapes and sizes, many of who are social media stars rather than directly from the fashion industry. The brand also operates on drop system, where new colors and styles are released every two weeks, making it engaging for its digitally-native customer base. It’s most recent launch is the Cafe Parade collection that brings some sweetness to springtime.

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But it’s not only emerging names spearheading this lingerie revolution. Established brands like American Eagle subverted the conventional standards with their #AerieReal campaign, rejecting photoshop and using “real” people instead of models to showcase their intimate designs. Rihanna has also made inclusivity a cornerstone of her lingerie line, which has given the VS Fashion Show a run for its money with the Savage X Fenty fashion show featuring an inclusive and star-studded cast. Like Parade, the brand carries sizes XS-3X and frequently drops new, exclusive collections.

The style of underwear itself has also changed. Whereas Victoria’s Secret was known for its lacey, plunging designs, recent popular lingerie trends have favored more minimalist and comfortable styles. From Kim Kardashian‘s shapewear brand Skims to Calvin Klein‘s now iconic bralette and boyshorts, bras have gone wireless and underwear looks more like loungewear.

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With more and more trends moving away from the conventional lingerie standards and towards more natural and minimalist solutions, maybe we need to redefine what we as a culture conceive as “sexy.” Sexy lingerie doesn’t have to be defined by unrealistic standards of beauty on glamorous runways or glitzy campaigns on our television screens or in photos we admired at the mall. It can be simple, comfortable, fun—and, most importantly, real.

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Uche Maduagwu Blasts Anita Joseph As She Flashes Her N!pples In Lingerie Photos

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Controversial Nollywood actor, Uche Maduagwu has dragged his colleague Anita Joseph for giving a free show of her nipples in photos shared online.

Anita Joseph a few days ago took to her Instagram page to share lingerie photos while appreciating God for giving her a natural ‘banging body.”

Anita Joseph while flashing her nipples in the lingerie said she’s grateful to God every time she looks at her body.

She wrote: “Smtimes when I look at my body I greet God one more time chaiii”…I’m grateful oh”

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Reacting to the post, Uche Maduagwu in a post shared on his Instagram page said Anita Joseph can show gratitude to God in different ways but certainly not in lingerie photos on social media.

Uche Maduagwu opined that God should be respected, questioning how a young child is inspired when such pictures are shared online by a married woman as gratitude to God.

The controversial actor added that Anita’s social media post is wrong as a married woman because it’s only her husband that is supposed to see such outfits.

He wrote: “Dear Anita, you can show gratitude to God in different ways but certainly not in lingerie photos on social media. Make we respect this our God small na, if a married woman day post this as gratitude how you inspire our pikins”

“Dear Anita, this is just so wrong, as a #MARRIED woman, there are some outfits wey Na ONLY your #husband suppose dey see in private, so it has gotten to a level now wey married Iyawo dey show GRATITUDE to Almighty God for the Ikebe He give am with a Lingerie photo on social media? Jesus wept in 3D, is there no longer certain moral standards married celebs should uphold on social media again? If you dey movie set, we understand say Na work but why this? What are you teaching our innocent pikins who look up to you?”

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