Back to basics

When the warmer months finally arrive, there needs to be a shift in the type of lingerie worn, just as a cosy, winter wardrobe is exchanged for one of lighter clothing. That black lace bra that was a staple thought out the cold months no longer feels right worn with a light weight shift dress, the bra with the lacy straps looks all wrong worn with a simple cotton vest and lets not forget the issue of VPL and whether to wear a stapless bra or not.

This is where the wonders of Princesse Tam Tam come in. Known for bringing a bit of French, sexy/girly charm to your lingerie, they are also a dab-hand at making basics look great.

First up, is their Oisive collection. Make from a super lightweight polyamide and elastane blend, it is great for wearing under lightly coloured and sheer clothing as the thinness of the fabric helps to reduce that dreaded VPL. Never ones for making boring lingerie, Princesse Tam Tam have added a stretch lace trim to the range, bringing a little sexy to their classics. available in the range is a thong, brief, boyshort, slip, strapless bra and underwired padded bra, available here in cream or nude.

Next up is the Frime collection, a navy mesh set featuring a sexy non wired bra, thong, brief and underwired body. Frime is always really popular with our customers and it’s not hard to see why. The simplicity of the design gives a smooth shape under clothes but the sheer fabric keeps it sexy. You can get the navy set here or pop along to the boutique where we have a few pieces from the black colour way and pink colour way left as reduced prices.

My favourite from the Princesse Tam Tam collection this season is the Please Love Me range of a silk bandeau bra and amazing french knicker style knickers complete with tiny little buttons at the back. The pieces feature a lace trim and the bra has concealed underwires and removable straps.  It is available in a classic navy or ivory, which would be absolutely perfect for any bride to be.

Love

Miss Dulcie

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