I was lucky enough recently to receive some gorgeous bra sets from Lepel London to review. Lepel London is the brand new sister brand to Lepel bringing you modern fashion forward designs at amazing prices.
This first review is for the Georgie set, the colour is described as Caribbean sea/blush, which is a gorgeous blue in a satin finish with a blush lace trim. It really suits my skin tone even though I am palest of the pale, I think it would also suit tanned or even olive skin tones.
The briefs are Brazilian style, which I adore, the back is all lace which makes this set even sexier!
Ok, so the fit, the bra I am wearing is a 32DD. It is extremely comfortable and didn’t dig in or nip. The cups are moulded style which give bigger boobs more uplift and support so you have a great shape with or without clothes! The bra fastens with just a simple one hook and eye fastening, I was unsure if this would be enough but I felt more than secure. I should also mention the fabric is really lovely, soft satin and lace, it just makes you feel sexy but also supported.
The briefs I am wearing are a UK size 8 and are sized perfectly, I have a round bum and sometimes I need to go up to a 10 so nothing is digging in.
I absolutely adore this bra set, the colour is just gorgeous and I love the contrast with the lace trim, just for a bit of fun and because quite frankly I cannot help myself I did some shots wearing a French vintage longline girdle with this set and as you can see it looks fab! Proof that you can mix modern and vintage lingerie.
This bra is so gorgeous you could be tempted to keep it for special occasions, however, that would be a total waste! It is so comfortable and gorgeous you could wear this to work, for a night out or for a more formal event. I adore it and cannot wait to wear it again.
Lepel London is available from their website here Currently this design is only available up to a DD however, I know the brand will be increasing their sizing range in 2016.
Please note: while I was provided this set directly by Lepel London, the written review is entirely my own view and has not been paid for or editorialised. The review is my honest and forthright opinion.