(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). Dirty Dolls Lingerie, a firm that makes retro-inspired intimate apparel in larger cup sizes, has just added two new styles to its collection, a camisole bra and a boudoir corselette.
The line consists of about 18 pieces, six bras, 11 panties and two shapers all focused on women with curves. Bra sizes range from 28C and 32B on up to 44DDD and 40G. Most of the pieces have the look of underwear worn by a mid-20th Century pinup, but are made of modern materials with updated styling to provide “vintage glamour” that can be worn every day.
On their website, the two founding partners (Courtney Leigh Newman and Erica Rosalind Paul, who call themselves “the Dolls”) describe their inspiration as “vintage under-things worn by the starlets of Hollywood’s Golden Age.”
Bras in the collection are designed to retail for about $60, the panties for $25 to $30.
The camisole bra has a seamless look to it on the outside with an under wire bra built in. It comes in three colors, After Midnight (black), Port Royale (wine) and Sheer Stocking (nude). Four sizes are available: 30C, 30D, 30DD and 40DD, all with convertible straps.
The boudoir corselette is a long bra with a wide band in back, decorated with lace and “point d’ esprit cleavage,” as well as contrast satin ribbon on the inside of the straps. 18 sizes are offered, with bands ranging from 32 on up to 38, and cup sizes ranging from B to DDD. The corselette comes in a tea rose color and retails for $60.
The partners were at the recent International Lingerie Show (ILS) in Las Vegas at the beginning of this month, and told BODY that it was the third time in a row for them at that show. They added that in the past they had also exhibited at about four Curvexpo shows.
The firm sells its products at such stores as Brooklyn Fox, Luxe Lingerie in Beverly Hills, The Velvet Lily in Philadelphia, Zoe & Company in Rhode Island, Birdies Panties in Kansas City, The Full Cup in Alexandria, VA and many others.
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