Claire’s Life: Modeling Lingerie for Inspire by Psyche Terry

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TGIF!
I’m running to the airport, but wanted to tell you about a fun campaign I did with lingerie brand Inspire by Psyche Terry!

Back in January, I lamented not being able to find affordable, yet cute lingerie. The kind folks over at Inspire by Psyche Terry heard my cry, and invited me to discover their line of sassy, pretty bras, daywear, and loungewear that come in sizes small-4X (bras goes up to DDD). After taking a look and falling in love, I flew down to Dallas to model for the brand!

The trip was super fun, and I was able to chop it up with the brand’s owner, Psyche (she’s a sister!).

I know what you’re thinking: Claire and lingerie? She is so conservative! You are so right. I was definitely thrust out of my comfort zone and wondered if this was something I should do?

That said, I think the shots, lensed by Marta McAdams, are extremely tasteful.

Extra Bonus: I’ve discovered a bomb brand of line of lingerie that can hold my girls in while not breaking the bank. They’re sassy and affordable!
Purchase at InspirePsycheTerry.com or at select Macy’s Stores or at Macy’s.com!
So lay it on me: Hot! or Hmm…?
*This post was sponsored by Inspire by Psyche Terry, but the views are my own!

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