September 13, 2019
The French Riviera is the story of Brigitte Bardot and the Bikini. The French invented the famous two piece bathing suit (the bikini has a low waisted panty, the novelty being that the navel was revealed), and Brigitte Bardot first wore the bikini on the Croisette in Cannes in 1963 - over 65 years ago! The two piece swimsuit remains a favorite for swimmers and sun worshippers around the world. French Lingerie brands propose a very wide variety of colors and shapes, including comfortable support for larger sizes. Over $350 million dollars worth of bikinis were sold in France last year! From French polka dots, to bright solids or exotic prints, French Lingerie brands offer many styles, and you can count on their historic tradition of making women look and feel great!
EMPREINTEIn this year's lovely lilac shade, this two piece offers coverage and support perfectly adapted to swimming in comfort.
MAISON LEJABYThis new, ultra modern take on the Bikini is from Maison Lejaby.
MAISON LEJABY ClousA delicate metal detail makes this demi-cup a stand out.
CHANTELLEMix and match: a solid color gathered bikini top with a tropical print bottom.
CHANTELLEThis bright orange plunge may remind you of Halle Berry in James Bond...
CHANTELLEA python print bikini for a walk on the wild side.
EMPREINTEThis bright yellow push up with tie detail is incredibly flattering
EMPREINTEBandeau style in a deep pink and purple geometric print allows for swimming and sunning without strap marks.
AUBADEThe polka dot bikini. Forever associated with France and Bardot, this retro high-waisted panty accompanies a voluptuous push-up top.
ANTIGELThis retro navy two piece features a plunge push up with a high waisted bottom
ANTIGELA deep blue bikini with plunging neckline and ties on the bottom
LISE CHARMELThis navy and white geometric print two-piece looks fresh with its white insets.
LISE CHARMELThis duo tone, bi-color bikini features eye catching details like metal rings.
EMPREINTEThis retro print bikini with its sweetheart neckline is definitely inspired by Bohemian chic.
June 14, 2019