Maison Close Lingerie: The best way to say “Be my Valentine”

14. February 2016

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Flowers? Too cliché. Chocolates? She’ll say you want to make her fat. These lace bodysuits from the French luxury lingerie label, Maison Close, is the perfect Valentine’s day gift for her (or for yourself) if you are looking for a different way to say, “Be my Valentine”.

Women love their delicate lingerie, because dressing beautifully underneath is as important as a stylish outfit. We can all agree feeling beautiful and sexy comes from within, but taking care of details such as wearing a flattering triangle bra or a sexy bodysuit helps even more. The best thing about it? You can wear a lace body  as a top underneath a suit with it peeking out of the blazer, since underwear worn as outerwear is a huge trend for the upcoming season. Or wear a mesh triangle bra underneath a sheer shirt and you’re ready to go.

Wishing you all a Happy Valentine’s Day!

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2 comments so far.

2 responses to “Maison Close Lingerie: The best way to say “Be my Valentine””

  1. Arabella says:

    Oh so pretty!


  2. Millie says:

    This is such a pretty body! Would love it if someone had brought me something similar for Valentine’s! And definitely love the blazer idea x

    Millie x

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