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Lace Art ~ Maison Lejaby Bridal Lingerie

July 5, 2017

Ellis wedding dress featured on Lingerie Briefs

A few weeks ago I reached out to several intimate brands that are known for their use of Leavers lace and asked them to provide me with some insight into the back story on this unique form of artistry. In particular, I am interested in Calais lace. Produced in Northern France, it is the birthright of lingerie and unfortunately a dying industry. (More about this in a later blog) One response I received was from Maison Lejaby who shared their OUI bridal collection with me. These pieces are exquisite, quintessential French luxury lingerie; the essence of the Maison Lejaby brand.  It dawned on me, while perusing the images, that the symmetry between lingerie and the bridal industry is apparent in the beauty of this lace design and the intricate construction of each piece. Lace, sculpted into an exquisite wedding gown or draped across a naked body engenders the essence of femininity. These styles are a reflection of the detail and vision on which a bride focuses on her wedding day.

Maison Lejaby OUI bridal collection on Lingerie Briefs

Maison Lejaby OUI bridal collection on Lingerie Briefs detail

Maison Lejaby OUI bridal lingerie collection on Lingerie Briefs

Maison Lejaby OUI bridal lingerie collection on Lingerie Briefs

Maison Lejaby OUI bridal lingerie collection on Lingerie Briefs

 

 
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BRIDAL BRIEFS

There is an alchemy between the Lingerie and Bridal Industries. Both worlds are devoted to the feminine self. The products revealed in this space are about beauty and self-esteem; their purpose to bring pleasure, passion and gratification to a woman’s life. We believe that feeling special is an important element in creating confidence and a sense of well-being. Bridal Briefs pays homage to that quest.

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONTRIBUTORS TO BRIDAL BRIEFS INCLUDE:

 
Ellen Lewis, editor/publisher of Lingerie Briefs
 
Adrine Bimanand, co-owner of Creative Touch Decor Boutique and wedding magazine Plush. Be sure to also check out Adrine’s
Wedding Blog.