It is, Blog Reader, a mystery why I.D Sarrieri designs have escaped me thus far. Functional and stylish, the label (featured in Vogue, Harpers Bazaar and Madame Figaro as well as the movie The Devil Wears Prada) is a mix of vintage inspiration and modern trends. I find their mainline collection perfectly complimentary for feminine curves and I need one of their bodysuits in my life stat (see bottom photo, right, top of my list).
That’s what lingerie does… take your breath away ~ Sarrieri
With collection names that sum up both the sumptuous nature of the designs as well as hinting at fun – e.g. Heartbeats & Co.; J’aime La Dentelle and my favourite, ‘Dating A Royal‘ - there is a great deal of diversity within the Sarrieri umbrella but with an overall appreciation of beautiful, delicate shapes and patterns and some strong direction from founder Lulia Dobrin and her design team.
From the spring 2012 collection two of my favourites are Confidence, picture above, left, a bold, sheer crimson design and Fairy Tale, above, right, a very pretty ivory satin and lace line. Given the editorial I am presenting here, it is no wonder that Forbes named I.D Sarrieri as one of the most luxurious lingerie labels around.
If you are stuck for ideas on lingerie – I urge you to check out the Sarrieri website to be inspired. Deeply stylish, please don’t buy the body suit before I do, Blog Reader…
Have a great weekend! I’m still travelling, heading off to Austin, Texas for a long weekend. I’ll be posting travel pics on my adventure tumblr whilst away – but blogging and tweeting continues this time since it’s only a mini break. My plans largely centre around eating great food (i.e Uchi and Salt Lick!!), meeting new friends and seeing more of Austin. And buying that Stetson. Maybe. Would that make an outfit post??