February 7, 2011 – Whether you’re indulging yourself or are on the receiving end of a Valentine’s Day gift, lingerie remains one of the most highly favoured and personal offerings.
“Valentine’s Day is about pleasure. A gift of lingerie should be both pleasant to look at and pleasant to wear. Go for the wow factor and give your loved one lingerie in sumptuous, luxurious silk,” says Lynn, CEO of Miranda Ransley.
Chemise, baby doll, bras, panties, corsets and bustiers in traditional shades of red, pink and black are ready for romance in styles that pull out all the frills.
“Glamorous, vintage details inspired by Hollywood movies like Moulin Rouge are more important than ever this year. Satiny Corsets, vintage panties and lots of ultra feminine details such as ruffles and bows are all the style, this being reminiscent of the 1950’s Marilyn Monroe era,” says Lynn
Bright red, pink and black continue to shout out Valentine’s Day in style.
“Valentine’s Day is a very traditional holiday. Red represents love, lust and passion and is the most asked for colour. Black and red lingerie and styles with kitschy heart and cupid patterns are also very popular,” adds Lynn.
Those who wish to fan the flames in more subdued style may prefer underpinnings in shades of burgundy, plum, berry, pale blush pink, dusty rose, ivory and blue.
Stretch lace, as well as lace overlaid on satin sparks interest, especially in two-tone combinations of red and black, Lynn tells Capital Lifestyle. Mesh and mesh insets are also stylish.
Bras and chemises with rows of pleating and ruffles are new on the scene, and with coordinating panties get cheeky with ruffled trim and ruffle-lined backsides.
Garters that beg to be worn with stockings and stay ups are stylish features on many corsets and baby doll sets and also add vintage elements to panties.
So what is stopping you? Valentines Lingerie by Miranda Ransley will surely give you that experience.