Luxury Ethically Made Lingerie
We are proud to announce the launch of three exciting ranges that combine the elegant luxury that you have come to expect with ethical sensibilities.
First up is the Kelly organic silk camisole and knicker set that is made using 92% organic silk sourced in England and 8% elastain which provides a flattering fit and luxurious feeling against the skin. The camisole cups are detailed with beautiful vintage Nottingham lace and finished with a small chiffon bow. The knicker also uses a 100% cotton Nottingham lace and features a small chiffon bow.
Next, the Grace organic silk soft cup bralet and shorts are ideal for anyone interested in ethical design and luxurious lingerie. The organic stretch silk used has been made in the UK and the 100%cotton trim is from renowned lace manufacturers The Cluny Lace Company. Perfect for smaller cups or as a sleep bra for all sizes, it features hook and eye fastening along the back and adjustable straps for maximum comfort. Eco conscious lingerie fans will love the classic organic silk shorty. Again, it is made from organic stretch silk with cotton trim from The Cluny Lace Company, who still produce all their leavers lace in Nottingham, England.
And lastly, the Pearl peace silk camisole, soft bra and knicker set combines a luxurious feel with ethical silk sourcing 100% cruelty free components. The Cluny Lace Company once again provide the cotton leavers lace used on the neckline and this lightweight silk is perfect for anyone wanting to wear organic garments that retain a distinctly elegant feel. The classic silk knicker has the textured, raw appearance of dupion silk while still feeling as soft as cotton thanks to the cruelty free silk. The Pearl camisole is French seamed and finished with a cream organza bow, adjustable straps and gold sliders. It is a classic loungewear piece that can also be worn as outerwear to stunning effect.
All three ranges in this exciting new collection are entirely handmade here in the UK using organic silk which is a cruelty free process where the silkworm is allowed to live a complete lifecycle, unlike the more commonly used mass manufactured silk. For more information about organic silk and the ethical way in which it is made take a look at something we wrote last year - http://www.aytengasson.com/blogs/news/11674289-is-vegan-silk-really-vegan-what-should-we-call-our-cruelty-free-silk