Monday 8 May 2023

'IDentity Lingerie' Handmade Artisan Designs Lookbook

Bespoke fashion is renown for coming with a heavy price tag but in a world were so many of the garments are part of the fast fashion conveyer belt and a trend is out as quickly as it's in, it can be hard to know where to invest your money and style choices for longevity and timeless appeal. IDentity Lingerie is a small and independently run, Lincolnshire-based brand who specialise in bespoke and handmade lingerie sets and satin and silk sleepwear that look as beautiful as they feel on. Their pieces are carefully crafted with love and their elegant styles are unaffected by changing trends as each has an effortless elegance which transcends the trend-o-sphere remarkably well. Made in small batches, their designs are produced in low quantities so that there's never any excess product manufacturing, which is part of their sustainability philosophy.

I was delighted to be kindly sent a lingerie and pj set from their collection and I'm going to show you them in this lookbook.

- A timeless set - in black it's perfect for everyday -

- Pieces from the lingerie sets can be purchased separately -

Shop the lace black bralette here and knickers here

Their silky pjs are both comfy yet luxurious, ensuring you feel your best and also getting cosy! The dusty vintage rose shade is so dreamy too.

You can shop the IDentity Lingerie site online here

What do you think of Identity Lingerie's sleepwear and lingerie designs? Will you be treating yourself to any pieces? Love, Bilgi  x

This blog post contains garments kindly gifted in PR. All views are honest and my own.

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