What’s up with The Breast Life?
We’ve got a new look, along with a more succinct tagline. Why the change? Like everything else, The Breast Life continues to evolve. And we hope these changes make it easier to navigate the site and take advantage of all that we have to offer.
First, we’re adding some beautiful lingerie illustrations from designer and creative consultant, Bok Goodall. But these images are more than eye candy. They represent the mission of The Breast Life: to encourage everyone to learn, embrace, and love their breast life. And we’ll be switching them up and adding more diverse looks, to get that message across.
Second, I’ve taken my name off the banner. It’s not about Elisabeth Dale’s The Breast Life, anymore. Plenty of other people have stories to tell and wisdom to share.
Illustration by Bok Goodall
New Blog Contributors
The Breast Life is pleased to bring additional blog contributors on board. Along with Holly Jackson of The Full Figured Chest, we’re adding Estelle Puleston of Esty Lingerie. Future articles will be coming from writers outside-the-lingerie-world; touching on breastfeeding, self-esteem, and breast health.
A New Look for Elisabeth Dale
Yes, my hair is different. (More on that in an upcoming post.) But it’s not a superficial change. Surprisingly, it’s also altered how I view myself. I’m continuing to hone my comedic storytelling skills on the page and stage. LA’s creative opportunities are pushing me in exciting directions, including writing a one-woman show that will open early next year. Don’t worry. There will be plenty of lingerie on display as I reveal the ups and downs of my personal and professional journey.
Elisabeth Dale, Founder of The Breast Life
Shopping The Bra Zone
We’re moving our listings of highly recommended intimate apparel to the front page. There you will find a rotating selection of products: practical and luxury sets, sports bras, nursing, post-mastectomy, and swimwear. And you’ll automatically be redirected to a reputable website to make any purchases. These independent and mainstream retailers and brands can be trusted.
Some, but not all, are affiliate partners—which means we make a teeny commission on purchases that helps us defer website costs. Our offerings will be as inclusive as possible. But we’re always open to reader suggestions. Let us know if you’re not seeing what you need or think we’re missing some terrific brand.Wacoal Halo Lace Soft Cup Bralette Available in 5 Colors, and Bands 30-40, Cups A-C via Nordstrom
Fulfilling Our Mission
Our goal will always be to educate, entertain, and inspire people to live their breast life, whatever that might be. On social media, we’ll also share others’ lingerie reviews, news, and insight. We hope to spotlight more writers with alternative viewpoints.
Of course, we’ll continue to provide info about bra wear and care and the latest fashion trends. Plus, don’t forget to search our vast archive of past blog posts on every breast-related issue. And you can always find answers to your bra questions in my latest book, The Bra Zone: How to Find Your Ideal Size, Style, and Support.
Hope you like our new look as much as I do. Let me know what you think in the comments below!
Illustration Bok Goodall
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