Myla’s Summer Lingerie ensures a Feel Good factor

by Katie on July 15, 2013


At last it’s happened. The weather has finally turned in the UK. We finally have seen the sun and it’s good. So good that it’s made us think of throwing off the shackles of heavy clothing, putting on a pretty dress and partying. But before we’ve chosen the dress, whether it’s a vintage ’50s ‘wiggle’ number or a wrap-over DVF, we also have to tackle the underwear issue. Many will agree that there’s no point in wearing the dress if underneath you either feel like you’re wearing seen-better-days old faithfuls or indeed, the misery tackle. The latter so-called as instead of supporting and cajoling it trusses, tightens and snaps and relocates every time you move. Let’s face it. We’ve all been there.
 
And then we have Myla. Myla’s one of those labels that manages to design and produce gorgeous lingerie that women actually want to wear, is comfortable whilst being extremely sexy and provocative to men. Triple score.
 
Silks, satins, chiffons, ultra fine lace and embroidery may sound frivolous but who can’t be seduced by them? As well as the no-holds-barred boudoir pieces, Myla’s S/S ’13 collection includes a new take on everyday luxury. Myla’s signature ranges combine style with opulent fabrics and rich colourways.  Classic lines like Isabella and Bodysilk are updated for Spring/Summer with vibrant new colour options, including Aquamarine, Persian Purple, and Pink Champagne.  
 
Talking of boudoir, Myla’s latest range features beautiful lace patterns with metallic accents, modern ‘delicate bondage’ design elements and super-luxe fabrics for a couture finish.
 
Myla’s sleepwear takes on an artisanal feel, with hand-cut lace panels featuring across the collection.  The collection includes rich jewel tones in the Aubrey range, and accentuates the smooth glide of silk against skin in the sumptuous Lillith collection.

Even a little Myla goes a long way in the feel good factor.

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