By: Laura Anderson

Pretty sure I’m trading my little black dress in for my birthday suit the next time I want to turn my man on.

Obviously nudity is and has always been encouraged when it comes to arousal, I mean how many times have we heard a guy say, “those panties look good but they would look better on my floor”?? If 2016 kicks off in the same fashion 2015 is ending, I guess we’ll be seeing a whole lot more of our favorite celebs and Instagram stars than we bargained for – not that we’re complaining. Especially when the celebs stripping down are Selena Gomez or Amber Rose.

Joining them in this year’s most controversial pictures are Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, Khloe Kardashian, and Amy Schumer. 

Even Khloe Kardashian’s new book, Strong Looks Better Naked, highlights the importance of being proud of the skin you’re in.

It’s about time a woman’s natural essence, curves and all, is admired.  Plus, this saves me from breaking the bank at Victoria’s Secret. I love those sexy little matching bra and panty sets as much as the next girl but my college loans aren’t going to pay themselves – sadly.

These women are such incredible role models because not only are they celebrating their inner badass, they’re also embracing a level of confidence no lingerie could ever measure up to. Nothing feels better than being comfortable in your own skin. Its kind of like that feeling you get when you look at yourself in the mirror the morning after eating really healthy the night before. Ugh – if only our stomach’s always looked that good.

I would encourage any woman to book a sexy boudoir photo-shoot in accordance with the newest fashion-trend, and for once it’s something I’m on board with. Why not leave our insecurities behind us with 2015?


Written by:

Laura Anderson | @s0mebl0nde



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