New sexy lingerie China British brand Adina Reay launches for busty ladies

We always like to hear about new brands, especially sexy lingerie China when they are British, so welcome Adina Reay that specialises in bras for busty ladies from 32DD to 36G.

Sharon Lake, Founder of Adina Reay explains buy lingerie from China the concept, “We want to provide beautiful lingerie that makes you feel good about yourself and that works with your shape rather than moulding you into a preformed silhouette. Pieces that look and feel the same in a G cup as they do in a DD, that are stunning in their own right irrespective of size and that inspire confidence. The result is underwear which liberates DD+ cup sized women from having to let their bra dictate their clothing. What you wear next to your skin should be at the very least as beautiful as what you show on the outside.”

This new collection is designed in London using vcxcdff358 the finest quality fabrics and offers a number of styles that will suit most occasions.

Here&’s buy lingerie from China a run down and make sure you check out the pics below.

Jo is probably our second favourite style and features a ‘point mort&’ stitch technique. You get a bit of a vintage look with dramatic leavers lace and we love the wide straps that melt into the cups. Match this style up with some high waist briefs for a great look.

Jean is vintage inspired but looks a lot more contemporary with its panels of corded leavers lace combined with silk satin. The detail on the cups is lovely and the double fastening at the back will help to keep you comfy.

Pen is very pretty and was inspired by hand-drawings found in a Victorian botanical guide. The embroidery is combined with a delicate tulle to create something romantic and extremely pretty. Pen is also available in a bridal range that features a gorgeous slip that you can see below.

Fran is our favourite. We love how dangerous and sexy this style is with it sheer cups and fine tulle. The design of the cups is lovely and we like the little cut out in the middle. Black and red are perfect colours for this style and this would make a great item to pack for a weekend away.

Finally Ava arrives covered in Austrian embroidery with little metallic threads in shades of rose and gold. The balcony bra features an internal sling, with clever darting on the two-section cup offering effective support yet minimal coverage. Ava also arrives as a panelled bodysuit that offers a very classic, elegant look.

Checkout all the pics below and you can see more on the Adina Reay website. Let us know what you think in the comments.

 

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ZO Oktoberfest Costume Lingerie Kicksarter Campaign

At Lingerie Oktoberfest Costume Blog we love finding new and innovative lingerie brands that excite the lingerie industry and today we’ve got a special treat for you.

ZO Lingerie is a handmade ready-to-wear brand created with wholesale halloween costumes love. The thoughtfully designed collection is tailored for the modern day woman on the go, focusing on lingerie crop tops to be worn in various ways, from nighttime pleasures to everyday wear. The transitional collection can worn with or without a bra, teamed with jeans for casual wear or matched with a skirt for a glam night out look.

The brand’s journey vcxcdff358 started with a series of tops designed in November 2015 that express elegance, sensuality and femininity – and have now extended their range to plush panties, high-waist skirts, trousers and jackets.

The most innovative part wholesale halloween costumes of this collection is you can be part of getting the brand up and running, by supporting the project on their kickstarter page. Pledges start from just $15 for the ZO panties and go up to $1,200 for custom made tops and lingerie for a completely bespoke lingerie set. The limited early bird access to the ZO crop top is set to be a popular choice, as is the $50 ZO summer top made with soft Gucci lace.

So what makes ZO lingerie special?

Manufactured in famous factories such as Solstiss, Jean Bracq and Sophie Hallette and using premium materials such as soft mesh and Chantilly lace guarantees luxury to the touch and great quality for lasing lingerie.

The limited Kickstarter collection is a great way to bag yourself premium quality lingerie with a diverse choice of on trend styles that don’t compromise on price, with a range of set prices and various designs specially made for the Kickstarter campaign.

All items in the ZO lingerie Kickstarter campaign are scheduled for delivery in November 2017, but you can pledge for your favourite piece over on their Kickstarter page now.

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Is Victoria’s Secret ‘Go East’ swimwear manufacturer China Geisha-themed lingerie racist?

Is Victoria’s Secret ‘Go East’ swimwear manufacturer China Geisha-themed lingerie racist?

Lingerie giant wholesale swimwear Victoria’s Secret has come under fire over its Geisha-themed get-up, with accusations that it is racist and perpetuates negative cultural stereotypes.

The controversial body suit, vcxcdff358 which is mostly black mesh and some floral fabric inserts and accessories, was modeled by blonde beauty Candace Swanepoel and dubbed as a “ticket to exotic adventure” as part of the “Go East” collection.

The accusations of racism were wholesale swimwear enough for Victoria’s Secret to yank the piece from its online store, although they did not respond to our request for comment, and have yet to acknowledge the backlash.

“There’s a long-standing trend to represent Asian women as hypersexualized objects of fantasy, so it’s telling that none of the models wearing the ‘Go East’ collection appear to be Asian,” Nina Jacinto wrote under the headline “Victoria’s Secret Does it Again: When Racism Meets Fashion” on the blog Racialicious.com. She wrote that the undergarment reinforced “a narrative that says the culture can be completely stripped of its realness in order to fulfill our fantasies of a safe and non-threatening, mysterious East.”

TheFrisky.com called the Geisha-themed outfit “tasteless,” while The Daily Beast noted that the item “does succeed in offending an entire continent, and then some.”

However, not everyone is buying the racism accusations.

“How is it racist?” questioned several people in the Twitterverse, another called the item “gorgeous,” and another balked “oh please!” at the escalating outrage.

So is the controversy valid, or much ado about nothing? Should the lingerie label come out with an apology and/or explanation?

Let us know what you think in Comments.

Hollie McKay has been a FoxNews.com staff reporter since 2007. She has reported extensively from the Middle East on the rise and fall of terrorist groups such as ISIS in Iraq.

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