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Savage X Fenty Holiday 2021 Deal – 50% off Sitewide + 2 For $29 Bra + Free Shipping

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ByMSADec 15, 2021 | 4 comments

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Savage X Fenty
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Savage X Fenty has a new XTRA VIP deal available.

For a limited time only, get 50% off sitewide + get 2 bras for $29 + free shipping!

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Savage X Fenty is probably best known for its superstar backer — Rihanna. The lingerie line works as a membership program with shoppers not only getting monthly deliveries but also access to exclusive limited-edition sets, big discounts, and first dibs on everything the site offers, from bralettes to sleepwear.

Curious about the brand? Here's what you should know before you spend!

The Box: Savage X Fenty Xtra VIP Membership

The Price: Xtra VIP membership costs $49.95/month.

The Products: Quality lingerie in a wide range of sizes (bras range from 32A-44DDD, and undies and other apparel run from XS to 3X), colors (their looks cover 4 different skin-tone-inspired shades as well as a rainbow of brights), and styles (from super sexy to simple and comfy).

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Check out our Savage X Fenty reviews!

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4 comments

Anonymous

MSA, it would be appreciated if the feature photo wasn’t as provocative as this. I don’t believe this photo would be considered suitable for seeing at work and I would appreciate a NSFW warning and limiting these kinds of photos to within the blog post. I personally prefer not to see them at all, so that would help me feel more comfortable visiting the site here which has always done a great job of handling these things tastefully. Thank you for your consideration.

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Ann

Yes let’s please continue to police women’s bodies 🙄

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Melissa

Oh for goodness sake. This is not “policing women’s bodies.” No one is telling the model that she shouldn’t wear lingerie.
When I first saw Anonymous’s comment last night, I thought it was a little prudish, honestly, but when I looked at the photo, I could see that it is the type of photo that could indeed be seen as inappropriate by a workplace or a coworker. I think it is entirely acceptable to ask that these photos be limited to being inside an article. It would be the same thing if a man in a very revealing pair or underwear or swimwear were in the photo. This isn’t about women; it is about not expecting to see semi-nude photos on a site like this. Please take off your Woke Police hat.

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Mary L.

I don’t think it’s policing people’s bodies to ask that a photo of someone in lingerie be placed inside an article rather than made the feature image.

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