Want to give your lingerie drawer the royal touch? Get briefed on three gorgeous British lingerie brands fit for a princess bride.
With only a few weeks remaining until the Royal Wedding, everyone’s obsessed with the dress. Will Kate stay classic or stun with a total storybook gown? While insiders continue to focus on the frock, we’re growing curious about what lies beneath. What lingerie is fit for a princess bride?
According to press reports, the most obvious choice is the high end brand Rigby & Peller. Owner June Kenton has fitted Princess Di and currently creates pieces for the Queen. The company’s held the Royal Warrant since 1960.
Don’t wait for a ring to justify a lingerie splurge! Here, three of our favorite British brands.
Best British lingerie brands
From peephole knickers to pretty ruffled shorts, this flirty lingerie line caters to a capricious bride. Founder Victoria Holt sharpened her skills at the prestigious design house Jenny Packham before launching this old glamour-influenced lingerie label.
When it comes to all out decadence, frothy pieces from this high end lingerie label are the way to go. From decorative button detailing to fluffy tail feathers, Strumpet & Pink’s pieces are little works of wearable art.
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Originally a lifestyle brand, MYLA has evolved into an upscale lingerie label notorious for its playful yet sophisticated designs. The bridal collection, including this silk chemise, perfectly toes the line between angelic and elegant.
Kate Middleton’s bridal lingerie
Regardless of which label Kate decides to have design her regal underthings, the entire industry’s likely to a boom from the formal fete. Sales for brands such as Fauve Rosa are up by more than 25 percent and have inspired designers to apply a more elegant aesthetic to their new collections.
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