Myla’s S/S’13 Collection – The Valentine’s VaVaVoom Gift

by Katie on February 10, 2013

By now, I may have received approximately 1,496 Valentine’s Day themed press releases, most with debilitating tenuous links to the day. (Valentine’s Day tea strainer anyone?). You may think I jest but being on the receiving end of such dross makes you query the already beyond hyped “lover’s day” as well as the value of the PRs that send such scintillating product links.
That’s why I have turned to Myla. One of the sexiest and classiest of a handful of luxury lingerie labels out there, Myla continue to merge what a man wants to imagine re sexy lingerie with what a woman wants to wear. Ergo, I’m a fan. It’s undoubtedly upmarket with nods to kinkiness that makes the wearer feel gloriously sensuous as well as comfortable. Being uncomfortable in your seductive ensemble in never a sexy look.
The Myla range of lingerie contains different themes and wardrobes of items within this, all with a fashion edge. The new SS’13 collection is developed around the emerging on-season trends of delicate bondage and the use of contrasting fabrics, combining classic elements with on trend high fashion pieces as well as Myla’s signature ‘wearable boudoir’.  
Tactile soft satins beckon as fabrics include novelty yarns, delicate sequins, ultra-fine hand-cut lace and exquisite embroidery. Myla’s Everyday Luxury range extends beyond the basic black, white and nude and has vibrant colour options including aquamarine, Persian purple and pink champagne.
The Boudoir element of the range is come-hither all glamour. Lace patterns have metallic accents while modern ‘delicate bondage’ design elements are more gain than pain.
Myla’s Sleepwear collection takes an artisanal fee with hand-cut lace panels featuring throughout the range. Designed to work in unison with the Myla woman and her life without cramping her style, the sleepwear ranges enhance femininity through the use of delicate materials, designed with sensuality and comfort in mind. The collection features rich jewel tones in the Aubrey range, and accentuates the smooth glide of silk against skin in the sumptuous Lillith series.
Valentines Schmalentines. Myla is a considered investment for a lady, whatever takes her fancy. Men take note.



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Helen Le Caplain February 10, 2013 at 6:20 pm

LOVE that set in picture 3 – looks pretty but comfortable too (looking sexy’s all very well but you want to feel good too!)

I don’t envy you all of the press releases… though a Valentine’s Day tea-strainer sounds delightful – forward on the details!! 😛

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