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    What do you love most about your body?

    Whether it's your bum, your boobs or your thighbrows (come again?) we've got sexy lingerie to help you show your favourite bits off.

    Yaaaaas, HallowKweeen: Dress to Thrill in Our Spine-Tinglingly Sexy Costumes

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    Role play is a ghoul's best friend, and our Halloween Shop is officially open!

    Whether you're planning a night of rumpy pumpkin, or you need a cute costume to impress your broom-mates, we've got what you need.

    Come and get it, boo.

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    We're super excited to introduce two brand new Lovehoney Lingerie collections, modelled by Insta-fabulous curve model Audrey Ritchie, (AKA part of Rihanna's size-inclusive Savage X Fenty squad).

    Belle Amour, which features the above chemise, is a scorching combination of delicate lace and plunging cups, while Rendezvouz embraces provocation with open cups, studs and fetish-style O-rings.

    Designed to celebrate round bums, curvy thighs and voluptuous cleavages, both collections are exclusively designed for UK sizes 18 to 28.

    Let us know which piece you can't do without in the comments section below.

    Not only do suspender belts hold your stockings up during the friskiest of trysts and the most energetic stripteases, they also boost your lingerie's sex appeal to eye-watering levels.

    However, if you aren't careful when you clip, you might find yourself with your stockings round your ankles before you've made it to first base.

    We've put together a handy guide to help you master a perfectly put-together look.

     
    Above: Find out how to attach stockings to suspenders in this video from lingerie expert, Sammi Cole.

    Black Level PVC Zip Front Halterneck Mini Dress

    Despite what many people believe, PVC clothing and latex clothing are not exactly the same thing, although both are great for giving a shiny, figure-hugging look.

    PVC (or polyvinylchloride, or vinyl) is a plastic polymer that's used to coat fabric to create a glossy, waterproof surface, whereas latex is a form of rubber that creates a more restrictive feeling. PVC makes a great cheap alternative to both latex and leather, has a much lower risk of causing an allergic reaction, and is often found in fetish or BDSM-inspired outfits.

    But how do you know what is the best PVC outfit for you? Keep reading for our expert tips and top recommendations.

    Above: Find out the difference between latex and PVC in this video by bondage expert, Jess Wilde.