The holiday line shows off designs that have additional adornments and embellishments that make the pieces stand out around the holidays. This year the Coquette line is introducing a navy collection with sequins, putting a refreshing spin on the traditional black sleek look of festive events, and revitalizing the line with this season's boldest color in sophistication.
“We have amped up our holiday line with more styles and pieces that remain special occasion but can still be worn throughout the year,” commented senior designer Elaine Carson. “The holidays are about having fun and being playful and we wanted to show that in our collection.”
In various pieces the design team has inserted their own playful techniques. These are shown through heart cutouts, ribbon ties across the bust, the usage of stretch lace, and fishnet in some of the styles. To accompany the navy, a variety of new styles in reds, pinks, and black are also being seen in the catalogue.
Along with the cute flirty styles, the line is seeing an addition of structured, smoothing pieces that can be worn as light foundation wear. The line consists of four different styles, a corset, waist cincher, bustier and bustier cami top. All have been constructed out of stretch knit that creates a smoothing silhouette that holds its structure offering the right amount of support and comfort.
“Including some basic structured pieces for this upcoming season was important for us to have in the new catalogue,” said national sales manager Dave George. “While still following seasonal trends in design and color, we have had increasing demand for these staple items from our customers.”
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