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7 Black-Owned Lingerie Brands That Will Revitalize Your Sexy

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More and more, we are proving that embracing your sexy isn't limited to bedroom behavior. Being sexy is something that women are tapping into for themselves, just as readily as they are for their partners, and we are so here for it. The only thing better than the right set of unmentionables, is the right set of unmentionables tailored by black-owned brands that increase inclusion in the lingerie industry. Keep it sexy, keep it cute, and keep it all-black with the help of these incredible black-owned lingerie finds.

Here are 7 black-owned lingerie brands that offer the right kind of sexy to all sizes and shades:

Suzy Black

You'll love the playful shorties and sexy loungewear of the luxury black-owned lingerie brand Suzy Black. Shop bridal lingerie or everyday wear that will make you feel like a natural woman.

Anya Lust

Get seductive with the wide range of options offered by Anya Lust. This collection of high-end lingerie is sure to help you channel your inner sexy. While you're there, get into this online boutique's wide range of clothing, bikinis and more.

Nubian Skin

Nubian Skin is redefining the way we see nudes with hues of upholstery and undergarments that match a wide range of brown skin tones with its naked collection.

d.bleu.dazzled

Sparkle and shine in d.bleu.dazzled crystalized upholstery, lingerie, and performance wear worn by the likes of Beyonce and Jackie Aina.

Nude Barre

Nude Barre provides eco-friendly intimates made in 12 shades of nude. This brand prides itself on product durability and style.

SAVAGE X FENTY

Created with all women in mind, SAVAGE X FENTY is all about owning your body. Regardless of your shape, there's something for every woman at prices you can appreciate.

Sablier

Encouraging women to embrace their beautiful, Sablier is a busty girl's dream with sexy options that aren't compromised due to size.

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