Lingerie Evaluation: Uye Surana Claire Bralette, Panty and Cami

This lingerie was sent to me totally free of charge for the purpose of evaluation. All opinions are my personal.

Uye Surana Clare bralet and panty Photo by K Laskowska

Uye Surana Clare bralet and panty
Photo by K Laskowska

Uye Surana is an independent brand from NYC with a commitment to ethical manufacturing, supportive bralets and gorgeous textiles. Their items are all sewn in-house in small quantities, and Surana’s styles provide a refreshing take on the overdone strappy trend. Delicate lace trims and plays on transparency/opacity make the aesthetic look fresh and appealing. The brand also has some gorgeous colourways and textiles on supply (which includes hand-floral-dyed silk). I’ve been wanting to try Uye Surana for a although, so felt pretty fortunate when I provided some of their merchandise to overview.  I chose the Claire bralet, panty and a Deep-V Layering cami.

Uye Surana 'Claire' bralet Photo by K Laskowska

Uye Surana ‘Claire’ bralet
Photo by K Laskowska

The Claire bralet is $ 92 and is accessible in regular sizes 28B-G, 30A-G, 32A-F, 34A-DD, 36A-D, 38B-C. Custom sizing is offered and there is an substantial size chart to operate out your bra size in the brand (which is a little different to the bra match approaches that most brands use).  As an alternative of making use of the ‘plus four’ technique, your band size is your literal underbust measurement to make certain a firm match.

The matching Claire panty is $ 60 and accessible in sizes XS-XL. The Deep V Layering cami is $ 59 and obtainable in sizes XS-XL.  It is worth noting that some sizes are produced to order so there might wait times involved. Check that the garment in query is in the ‘ready to ship’ section if you want it in a hurry. I received all pieces in the plain black colourway, with my usual 30D bra size (sized up from Uye Surana’s recommendation, as I favor not to put on tight bras), size M knickers and a size S cami.

Uye Surana Deep V Layering cami, Claire bralet and Claire briefs. Photo by K Laskowska

Uye Surana Deep V Layering cami, Claire bralet and Claire briefs.
Photo by K Laskowska

My 1st impression of the garments was incredibly constructive the photos on Uye Surana’s internet site do not truly do the level of detail and complexity in these designs justice. The Claire set is a feast of textures: opaque silk is contrasted with sheer stretch mesh and delicate eyelash lace. Trims differ among sleek satin strapping to delicate frilled elastics and ornate stretch lace. The layering cami is a significantly simpler garment, comprised of stretch mesh trimmed with silk satin. Its sleek minimalism offers a beautiful contrast to the complexity of the lingerie set.

Uye Surana 'Claire' bralet back detail Photo by K Laskowska

Uye Surana ‘Claire’ bralet back detail
Photo by K Laskowska

The bralet has surprisingly complicated construction for the cost point. The ‘base’ of the garment is stretch mesh, onto which silk panels and shaped lace trims have been appliquéd. The strappy detailing is formed largely by satin elastic strapping and a stretch lace trim, with a cage impact mesh bone channel at the side seam offering much-needed vertical assistance. Shoulder straps are adjustable with silver-toned elements and the bralet closes at the centre back with three columns of two rows of hooks and eyes.

Uye Surana 'Claire' bralet and brief Photo by K Laskowska

Uye Surana ‘Claire’ bralet and short
Photo by K Laskowska

The knickers function the very same fabrics, with a main physique of soft, sheer, stretch mesh. The front panel has a V of appliquéd silk and eyelash lace. Soft elastic and stretch lace trim the legs, with the exact same elastic at the waist. The centre back has a dramatic reduce out strappy detail with satin elastic and lace. The gusset is lined with cotton. Finally, the layering cami is an altogether simpler affair: a flat bust of stretch mesh is bound in stretch silk, with a wide ruched silk underband encasing elastic. It closes with black hooks and eyes, which can be worn at the front or back based on your styling preference.

Uye Surana Deep V Layering cami detail Photo by K Laskowska

Uye Surana Deep V Layering cami detail
Photo by K Laskowska

I was impressed with the quality of construction offered the cost point and complexity of these garments.  The stitching is neat, secure and accurate all through. There’s undoubtedly more of an individually handmade really feel to these garments rather than one thing industrially-made.

There are a lot of stitch operations to these pieces, and it’s clear that a lot of care and time has been taken more than them.  The option of stitches is cautiously regarded as throughout, particularly with regards to the use of zigzag for firmer elastics and delicate three-point for soft elastics and appliqués. My only real criticism would be the use of French seams (a sort of seam exactly where the fabric is totally enclosed, generally considered a higher-finish and a lot more pricey finishing) on stretch fabrics. It feels inappropriately bulky on the centre-back seam of the knickers, specifically where the elastic trims meet.

Uye Surana 'Claire' panty detail Photo by K Laskowska

Uye Surana ‘Claire’ panty detail
Photo by K Laskowska

The fit of the bralet and cami are exceptional. A great fit from the cami is probably significantly less exceptional offered how tiny structure the piece has, but for the bralet I was seriously impressed.

Strappy designs with no adjustability can typically cause unsightly bulging on fleshy places around the ribcage and underarms but this just isn’t an situation with this bralet (though I have to wonder if this could be attributed to me sizing up in the band as the match is still firm). It is surprisingly supportive for a bralet, providing very good lift and a beautiful rounded shape the reduce, strategic side boning and combination of trims functions exceptionally nicely. It is not only one particular of the most comfortable bralets I’ve ever worn, but it’s also a wonderfully striking design and style. Considering that getting it, I’ve been wearing it in mixture with the cami as a piece of outerwear. I really feel that secure in it.

The cami is just an outstanding layering piece, perfect for wearing more than bras for a lot more coverage or just a more interesting neckline. It performs great as a piece of unsupportive loungewear also.

Uye Surana 'Claire' bra and panty Photo by K Laskowska

Uye Surana ‘Claire’ bra and panty
Photo by K Laskowska

Sadly, the knicker fit just does not operate for me. They’re cut a little tight on the hips, but that can be forgiven provided how stretchy the mesh and elastic trims are. The combination of super-stretchy mesh, wide gusset and how far back the liner causes an problem the fabric amongst the legs contorts, giving the impression of a ‘bulge’ beneath where there is none.

Knicker match aside, I have to admit that I’m quite enamoured with Uye Surana’s offerings. The Clare bralet is really one the best bralets I’ve ever had the chance to attempt and it is pretty a lot cemented my wish to purchase numerous more from this brand. The ‘Olivia’ and ‘Harmony’ types are pretty high up on my lust list proper now.

Readers: How do you feel about bralets? Would you ever really feel secure adequate to wear one particular as outerwear?

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Evaluation: Foxers Lace Bralette & Lace Boxers

Author: Estelle

Disclosure: I received the lingerie shown here free of charge of charge from Foxers to evaluation. All opinions are, as often, 100% honest.

A even though back Foxers got in touch and asked me if I’d like to overview something by them. I currently knew them from their lace boxers which I’d had my eye on as a prospective obtain, so I couldn’t have been more thrilled. They asked me to send more than a list of items I liked, and by coincidence picked out my favourites from it to send me – one particular pleased Estelle!

The goodies arrived in the Foxers drawstring bag pictured above which I loved (and which comes with every order) – best for storing them in but lots huge adequate to use as a typical bag as well for going to the gym or what ever. Here’s what I thought of the lingerie itself…

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Appearance

I consider ‘casual’ is the word that very best sums up Foxers’ aesthetic. There’s just some thing so relaxed and easygoing about every little thing they style – this is lingerie that is fairly and stylish, but also looks comfy enough to put on all day lengthy and even to sleep in. Maybe ‘wearable’ is the word I’m look for.

Usually, casual is not my individual style at all! I like to dress up. I’ve also not massive on boxers or anything menswear-inspired, and yet somehow I fell in enjoy with Foxers’ lace boxer shorts the moment I saw them on one of their stockists’ internet sites. Perhaps it goes back to my old penchant for clothing in unexpected fabrics, like lace and silk zip-up hoodies.

The lace is beautiful, with flowers outlined in a thread that has a beautiful sheen to it – it stands out specifically effectively in the Fuschia colourway. The Watercolour striped trim on that one particular is cool and colourful and just tends to make this set so entertaining to appear at! I also love that each shorts have bows at the back – another unexpected details, simply because they’re always at the front proper?

The black boxers have the Foxers branding on the waistband. Normally I’m not a fan of logo waistbands (which are coming back in style proper now) but with the black embroidery on black elastic it’s not an in-your-face feature. Subtly accomplished like this, I in fact very like it!

Verdict: six / ten

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Gorgeous lace!

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Match

I’m a UK 6 / 30E and received the boxers in a size XS and the bralette in a size S. The boxers fit me totally perfectly and in line with Foxers’ size chart.

With a 27″ ribcage, I could have gone with either the S or M bralette. There are cup size recommendations but honestly they’re meaningless with out a band size, so I went for the S which was closest to my dress size (it says approx. US four-6 which is a UK 8-ten). And, yay, it fits me perfectly also! The size chart says ‘A-C cup size (about)’ for the size S and like I stated, I’m a 30E, so the bralette sizing is far more flexible than Foxers may realise.

Verdict: 9 / 10

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Building

Foxers’ lace pieces are made from a 90% nylon, 10% elastane blend so it has a lot of stretch. It’s also a lovely, soft lace that feels a bit spongy if you bunch it up – wonderfully comfy to put on! They each have gussets too, constantly a must.

The bralette is actually more of a cropped camisole (and that is the category it is listed beneath on the web site) so it’s not constructed to provide assistance – the band is not especially tight for instance – but it’s all nicely sewn with each other. The only issue I do not like is that the rings and sliders on the straps are plastic, which tends to break sooner or later.

Verdict: 8 / 10

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Bobbling at the gusset, sadly :(

Bobbling at the gusset, sadly 🙁

Durability

Regrettably, as beautiful and comfy as the lace is, it’s not really tough-wearing. It pulls easily and has bobbled fairly badly at the gusset and sides on the boxers, so I’m guessing this is where they were rubbing against the seams of the shorts I’ve worn regularly this summer. If you’re a skirts and dresses sort of particular person (which I am, typically) they’re possibly fine since the bralette hasn’t bobbled any, but if you prefer trousers then you’ll likely find Foxers’ cotton boyshorts longer-lasting.

One particular point I do like even though is that the black boxer shorts have an embroidered, not printed, waistband. I know from doing my fiancé’s laundry that printed elastic fades quickly, but you know embroidery is going to final and final!

Verdict: 5 / 10

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Worth for Funds

Foxers’ lace boxer shorts and bralettes come in tons of colourways and they all price $ 32 which is about £24.50 or 29€ at current exchange prices. Despite the fabric getting significantly less sturdy than I’d hoped for, I still feel that’s a excellent price tag for each pieces. They’re enjoyable, they’re super comfy, and they’re also from an independent brand that manufactures ethically.

Verdict: 7 / 10

Final Thoughts

The Foxers philosophy is “stylish, comfy, and multi-functional”, and I believe the 3 pieces I got to attempt out sum that up completely. You can wear this set as lingerie but also as sleepwear, it’s that comfy. The bralette’s band is also extended sufficient that it can be tucked into a high-waisted skirt on me, so if you’re a bit far more daring perhaps you could even wear it as outerwear too!

See all lace boxers here and all lace bralettes right here.

I’d adore to know what you consider of Foxers, particularly if you have purchased from them in the previous. Which of their many, several colourways would you get the bralette or boxers in?

Estelle

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Julie K ‘Carole’ Halter Bralette and ThongStraight up going to…

Julie K ‘Carole’ Halter Bralette and Thong

Straight up going to say I adore this set. I wanted it the second I saw it. High-leg 90′s cut perfection, in my preferred color that just looked so. damn. comfy. And it is! The thong does not move around and annoy the hell out of me like reduce sitting ones do (I think it has to do with it sitting much more on the waist than the hips) and it tends to make your legs look actually lengthy. The bralette is an adjustable halter, which I really like. I’ve always identified with halter bikini tops I get a lot far more help and I’m glad an individual has produced a bralette that does the exact same point. I considerably choose this shape to a triangle, which I locate any time I’m more than a modest b-c cup, impossible and uncomfortable to wear. The fabric is the softest bamboo, I honestly enjoy the feeling of it on my skin and it washes simply and properly in a lingerie bag. Wearing this feels good. Straightforward. Julie excels in standard but fully efficient and flattering shapes. I don’t know how she does it, but she just nails the Excellent cut Each time. 

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Review: Lara Catherine Collections Josaphine Bralette & Thong

Author: Estelle

Disclosure: I received this bra set cost-free of charge from Lara Catherine Collections to review. All opinions are, as often, 100% honest.

When Lara Gilmour of Lara Catherine Collections got in touch with me lately, it was the very first time I’d heard of her brand. British-born but primarily based in Buenos Aires, she functions with a tiny, nearby group to create her styles which she describes as mixing “a charmingly English and ladylike style with attractive and sensual”.

I couldn’t decide between a bra set or a bikini and asked Lara to surprise me, which she did by sending each! So there will be a stick to-up swimwear assessment to come, but these days let’s speak about my first ‘proper’ bralette…

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Appearance

Most of Lara’s bralettes have extremely narrow elastic bands, which I didn’t feel would supply me the sort of assistance I like in a bra, so I was left with a decision of three which have wider fabric bands. I picked Josaphine simply because of her print. I want to contact it ‘quaint’, although I’m not confident that’s very the right word. It tends to make me think of old porcelain teacups and Laura Ashley cushions.

I’d expected the set to be white from the product photographs, but it’s truly much more of a cream/ivory which is nice because it adds to that vintage-y feel of the set.

The bottoms are named ‘culotteless’, which seems to be a word exclusive to Argentinian Spanish to describe a thong with a wide, Brazilian-style back. I preferred this to the regular Josaphine thong due to the fact of the wide, scalloped lace trim about the leg lines.

Verdict: 7 / 10

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Construction

The Josaphine bralette has two-component triangle cups, seamed all the way up the centre. At the front, there’s no real ‘band’ to speak of – a centimetre-high strip of elastic runs along the inner base of the cups, which overlap the tiniest bit in the middle. The straps are super narrow 6mm satin elastic, with white plastic hardware.

General, this set is nice but absolutely appears handmade. The edges of the gusset have been left raw for instance (not visible from the outdoors), and here are there you will find wonky stitches if you look for them. Personally, I don’t thoughts these little imperfections as they just serve to remind me of the set’s artisanal nature. That stated, there is a seam to one side of the thong where the lace trims don’t match up neatly, which is a more obvious flaw. Don’t expect shop-purchased quality with this set, but it is wearable.

Verdict: 5 / ten

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Lara Catherine Collections review

Fit

According to Lara Catherine Collections’ size chart (which goes by overbust size only) I’m a Modest but following mentioning I normally put on a 30E/32DD, Lara decided the Huge would be the best fit.

She was right – the cups on the Large are a perfect fit for me. They do not offer any assistance, but they’re comfy despite the inner seams. The band is not a undesirable fit either, it rides up just a tad like most of my 32DD bras do. So (based on my restricted encounter with this one particular bralette) I’m thinking Lara Catherine Collections maxes out at about a 32-band size.

The culotteless nonetheless is offered in S-XL, covering UK 6-16. I was sent the size Little (UK six-8) and it fits correct to size.

Verdict: 5 / ten

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Durability

Lara recommends to hand-wash all of her pieces, and this is so far nevertheless in beautiful, virtually-new condition right after a number of wears and washes.

Verdict: 8 / 10

Worth for Cash

The Josaphine bralette is £13.99 and the bottoms are £7.99. That is extremely low cost, it’s H&ampM kind of pricing but ethically-handmade. The set isn’t perfect, it has its flaws, but for £22 you genuinely can not ask for more! I’d be satisfied to acquire one more bra set by Lara Catherine Collections.

Verdict: 7 / ten

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Final Thoughts

Lara aims to make “fun, very feminine [lingerie] with an innocent but attractive appeal” and I consider she’s nailed that in this Josaphine set, where dainty print meets cheeky cut. There’s surely room for improvement in the construction and finishes, but regardless of that I actually like this bra set. I’ve been wearing it fairly frequently lately!

What do you believe of the Josaphine bralette and culotteless from Lara Catherine Collections? What kind of quality would you anticipate from a £22 bra set?

Estelle


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Evgenia ‘Janus’ Bralette and Thong and Ribbon Corset.There’s…

Evgenia ‘Janus’ Bralette and Thong and Ribbon Corset.

There’s lots to adore about these 3 pieces, all great examples of Evgenia signatures. The bralette is a modelled on the Kesto bra, which in the 20′s was the very first to separate the breasts. It wraps around, buttons under the cups and provides help while still providing a organic shape. I must say, I can not typically ‘do’ a bralette but this one I enjoy and it works(!) due to the non-stretch star print lace. A cool trait of Evgenia styles is that no stretch fabric is employed. All match comes from becoming cut on the bias and this makes up a big component of the 20′s/30′s influence noticed throughout the brand as a entire. The matching thong is simple and modern day and 1 of the few thong cuts I like- tiny, triangular and string hipped. It is generally looks and feels invisible below most garments, just super comfy. The Ribbon corset is divine and exceeded my fairly high expectations, really. It’s side-boned, hooks at the front, laces at the back. It provides a very good quantity of cinch whilst becoming a lot more versatile and comfy than a fully/multi-boned heavier duty range. It is a very ‘wearable’ corset. All of these pieces are beautiful, exceptionally nicely-made (anything I could not inform just how much so until worn and observed up close) and constructed from high-top quality materials. The styles are subtly attractive, incredibly chic and have a dash of quirk. Evgenia is the label I most suggest to style-focussed close friends- these with impeccable-but-understated style and a demand for luxury high quality. 

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Aimee Cherie Intimates Lola II Bralette and Phoebe BriefThe…

Aimee Cherie Intimates Lola II Bralette and Phoebe Brief

The attractive, retro-babe-style briefs are what caught my consideration at ACI. I’ve had these, ’Phoebe’, for a year and a half now and when I first saw them 2 years ago, no 1 was performing something like them, in spite of their existing ubiquity. Snaps to Aimee Cherie for getting a forerunner of the trend. I’ve worn them beneath a lot of white dresses and denim reduce-offs, wash in the machine (in a lingerie bag) and even shot them in salt water at the beach and they are nevertheless in incredible condition. The lace is genuinely tough, a beautiful pattern and the construction is wonderful- Go Aussie-made! If in doubt with short sizing, size-up. These are a very good fit, but I’m absolutely on the borderline and due to my height/torso length, probably should’ve sized up to have them sit on the accurate waist (if you are not a giantess like me even though, they’d be fine). Also take into consideration the lace has no stretch. The ‘Lola II’ bralette exceeded my expectations. That non-stretch lace holds the breasts nicely, a lot more securely than a stretch fabric, and again, the pattern and scalloped edge is my favorite aspect. The strap detail adds just adequate quirk to match the cool brief. This bralette is a size Medium (my regular) and the fit is ideal. Romantic, cool and quirky, this is a brand for the girls with a adore of the edgy-however-relaxed ‘90′s hot girl’ aesthetic and a homegrown Aussie label you need to assistance. I’m excited to watch ACI evolve.

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Julie K Lingerie Daisy Bralette and Short. Like mega-babes who are also talented and super sweet? Then I’d like to introduce you to Julie K. I was following Julie’s accounts for a whilst just before I realised that all the lingerie in her photographs have been from her own label. I loved the colors and subtle-but-very-cute particulars she makes use of, in cuts that reference the 60′s (like this best set) and 90′s (her high-reduce thongs). This set, ‘Daisy’, has a 60′s, Marcia Brady, slumber celebration vibe that I love and is perfect for spring/summer. It is a top quality, soft stretch cotton, the bralette has adjustable straps and handsewn daisy detail (all pieces of Julie K are produced by Julie herself). I debated sizing for a lengthy time, because so many bralettes are a fail on me, but this is exactly where Julie’s lovely character came in, as she was extremely beneficial in helping me function out my size. She has exceptional customer service skills/correspondence. I generally put on a 10/32d and settled on a which was best. I actually feel comfy in this, assistance-sensible, far a lot more than any triangle bralette. The brief is my preferred reduce- a entirely flawless bikini short. Both pieces really feel like you’re wearing nothing at all beneath clothing (a marker of wonderful undergarments), but ‘Daisy’ is so friggin’ cute and flattering I maintain wearing it with absolutely nothing or daisy duke/denim cut-offs and almost certainly as a bikini this summer time. I now Really like this brand, this set exceeded my expectations.

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