Saturday, 17 March 2012

Three Must Haves from Boux Avenue



Boux Avenue has some new items in their online store and I found three that are must haves.

The first bra is the very sexy and very plunging Tori lace moulded plunge bra. It comes in this lovely soft lilac colour and made of exotic lace. It has a beautiful Moroccan lantern print with delicate scalloped lace trim and a little satin bow in the middle of the cups.

I also love the way this bra makes her boobs look. They have a lovely rounded shape and are pushed up and forward creating the perfect cleavage. Available in sizes 30A - 38F.





The next bra that caught my eye is the fun Georgia ditsy stripe balconette bra in a country style ditsy floral print. It has a mix of pink, cornflower blue and lemon flowers printed on fresh blue and white striped chiffon, which is gathered over the cups.

I really love the thin straps which are ruched and the lace along the top of the cups is a perfect trim. Then to finish off the bra is a lovely little light blue satin bow with a silver Boux tag. Available in sizes 32A - 34F. (Would be nice if this was available in a G cup as I just miss out!)

I also love the Georgia ditsy stripe shorts. The ruching and the ditsy floral print with the stripes and the gorgeous lace trim around the top and legs is super cute and a definite must have even if you buy it on it's own.



Last but not least is the very classy Lyla Satin Balconette Bra which has been inspired by the Mad Men 1950's era. It has a lovely satin finish with a beautiful black diamond lace trim on top of the cups which is quite striking.

I am not a fan of the wide straps but they do add a special touch with a very elegant organza ribbon bow set in the middle of the cups. 

Available in sizes 30DD - 40G.

They are three very different designs but equally beautiful. What do you think?

3 comments:

  1. I love their stuff and will order pretty soon. What bothers me a little bit though is the differences they make between A-D and DD-F. Don't get me wrong I cherish a retailer how notes that different sizes need different constructions. But look at the picture of the Tori, when I first saw it I thought, that bra makes a nice cleavage and then I clicked on DD-F and thought to myself: Nope, that one I won't order. I'd made me suspect that the lovely A-D model is photoshopped heavily. Also look at the Camilla, those bras do not even look alike anymore. I adore the design of the A-D but the DD-F obviously has another COLOR. Why?

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  2. Hi MiaRose, well you certainly analyzed the styles more than I have hahaha. I just saw nice boobs on the Tori A-D and thought yep I want that bra. I never even noticed the Camilla in different sizes either. They look so different. Hmmmm, I need to do better research next time!

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    1. Well that happens when you spend much of your time online looking at bras ;)

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