50 Shades Of Fashion... Do You Dare?

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    Whether you read Fifty Shades of Grey or just enjoyed reading all the brouhaha online, you'll probably agree that no matter what, the celebration of sex is a good thing.

    So, in honor of kink, smut, and experimentation, we're presenting 50 fashion items, toys, and books to give you quite a few more shades to think about (kink-meter, included!). Now, tell us…what are you doing tonight?

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