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Freya launches festival lingerie collection
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Jul '12
Always ahead of the trend, Freya lingerie and swimwear collections are the perfect choice for festival fashion whether teamed with denim hotpants, skinny jeans or dipped-hem skirts or simply worn underneath your outfit. So who are Freya’s headline stars this season? First on the bill is the Carys longline; with a vintage floral print in biscotti tones, complete with ever-so-delicate ivory lace and bows.

Cut to flatter with soft padded cups and a six hook-and-eye back fastening for a smoother silhouette, Carys is available from a C to G cup. Meanwhile, the low-cut neckline offers great uplift and soft padding for shape and support.

Next on stage is Piper, the perfect festival partner featuring an abstract floral print scattered across a peach base and framed by contrasting black lace and spot bow prints. The Piper longline bra boasts a flattering low-cut neckline and soft padding for gorgeous definition and support up to a G cup.

For a super-girly festival look, there’s Martha with her bang on-trend butterfly print. This delicate vintage look comes in subtle pastels, with a low-cut plunge balcony style available up to GG cup. There’s also padded half cup option with a low-cut neckline in sizes up to a G cup. Not to mention matching short, brief or thong to complete the festival lingerie look.

Finally, if you’re spending three days in a field, why not add a bikini to your festival kit. You can wash in it, sunbathe in it and even get waist deep in mud in it. Introducing Aldelphi – wear this gorgeous multi coloured floral bikini which is completed with luxe gold beads to create the perfect boho look. Wear the UW balcony bikini top available up to a HH cup with either a tie side or boy short style bikini brief.

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