Hate ruffles? These are soft, sleek and barely there.
I love rich, opulent colors for winter lingerie. My favorite recent purchase in this category is from the petite-friendly brand Honeydew Intimates.
This tutu mesh cheeky panty and ruffled bralette set is delicate and romantic, but not too sweet in the sophisticated and luscious plum/gray/black option. I love how the layers lie flat enough so that I don’t look too much like a cupcake. Best of all, it’s incredibly soft and lightweight.
Matching lingerie sets are the perfect thing to add to your wish list, and this one boasts sex appeal, quality and comfort all in one beautiful little package.
Honeydew has always been great at combining great style, flattering fit and dreamy-comfy fabrics. What’s not to love?
In this post I will be reviewing a beautiful purple nightgown by Honeydew Intimates.
Size Small, 95% Rayon, 5% Spandex
This nightgown is absolutely beautiful.
Yes, I am partial to purple, as it has been my favorite color since I was 7 years old and realized that pink was overrated.
But this nightgown truly exudes royalty and sophistication.
It hits right above my knee. The fabric is very soft and perfect for summer nights (which is nearly every night as I live in Florida!)
With its lace straps and cute bow in the middle, I feel so feminine when wearing it.
It has adjustable straps which I wear on the smallest option–being so small-chested, it supports me perfectly and provides a very nice shape.
It’s vital that I mention the hook and eye closure feature of this nightgown. I wear it on the smallest hook and it is very comfortable.
I am so grateful that the nightgown has this option! My petite frame normally drowns in anything that is labeled size “small,” and many times even “extra small.”
This nightgown, however, was made for me. (That’s how I feel when I wear it!)
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Yikes. I’d never tried a Honeydew bralette before, but had heard good things… so I was pleased when I managed to get one new with tags at an online sample sale for a fraction of the retail price. Well, girls, to be perfectly honest: this bra does not travel well.
I had high hopes, but it arrived all mashed up in a tiny plastic bag. Total nightmare! It should have been sent in a box with tissue paper, attached to a hanger. The tag says “do not iron,” so all I can do is wait for it to sort itself out in the closet… but until then, I think I have at least a tentative sense of the correct size (after spending about twenty minutes coaxing the unfinished edges and vertical seams into place).
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