Constance Anderson of Just Slips celebrates the beauty of women
An interview with slip-maker Constance Anderson
Why do you like slips so much?
Slips are just an exciting, seductive garment to wear and even more so to make. To fit the most secret parts of a womans body, to celebrate her beauty and make her feel special, it's wonderful. Women are amazing!!
What other lingerie do you enjoy?
While slip making is my passion, I love all lingerie. Frequenting the many retail sores and lingerie boutiques gives me a chance to keep up with the latest styles and endless selection. From the latest in shape wear to bras and panties that come in a variety of styles, colors and fabric technology. Also day wear and nightwear but very few slips. I find it all beautiful.
What do you think causes people to find slips so sexy and attractive?
Slips are an emotional garment. One that touches your secret thoughts and passions, moods and senses but most of all your emotions.
What would you say makes an ideal slip?
One that fits and caresses the body. Makes you feel glamorous, sexy and in every sense a woman!
Do you ever think slips can become fashionable again and what is needed for them to do so?
Slips are still fashionable to women who truly love wearing them and feel they are a necessity in their wardrobe. After all that is what fashion is. What you love wearing and feel good about. Women have become liberated. Slips have become a garment of choice.
Anything else you would like to share?
Slips are the only garment that truly celebrates women and I love the art of making exquisite custom handmade slips. It's what I call a "lustful" art. It ignites my imagination and I never seem to get enough.!
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