Photo by Iberian Black Arts. Hair and makeup by Threnody in Velvet and Amber Erlandsson. Corset and knickers made by me. Gown by Nearer the Moon and bra by Karolina Laskowska.
LINGERIE REVIEW || NEBULA BLACK LACE BRA, BRIEF AND GARTER
Nearer the Moon Lingerie is definitely a brand which I hope to always feature heavily within my blog, not only because I wear many of Nearer the Moon’s products in terms of shooting but because of everything about them which ticks all of my lingerie boxes. So this will be one of many Nearer the Moon posts which I hope gives both the brand, and the designer, Tilly, enough credit that is deserved.
I am a huge fan of plain black sets of lingerie because, lets face it, black goes best with anything and everything. That statement reigns true for the Nebula set, it isn’t overly sexualised but neither is it too plain jane. An ideal mixture of the two, sexy and enticing being made from gauzy black lace but delicate enough with the delicate floral pattern. The whole set is generous enough for a sublime body fit but sheer enough to be erotic enough to fit the saying “It’s the difference between using a feather and using a chicken”.
The set is comfortable and the lightly padded cups on the bra give a really gentle but obvious shape to your breasts ( So for ladies a little less endowed like myself, definitely flattering ) without the need for padding or push up techniques.
But its the attention to detail on this set is what gets my heart pumping though, the photographs really do not do enough justice for the set. A swishing tassel is lovingly adorned on every single item, the bra, briefs and garter which really adds a very vintage touch to it all that just screams femininity. And the venice lace trim, well, it is the cherry on top.
Investing in timeless sets like this which will forever last your lingerie collection and never go out of fashion is always a must. Every single item from Nearer the Moon is lovingly hand-made to order with the most luxurious and decadent materials - and like I mentioned earlier with the tassel individuality - everything has attention to detail which really will entice your appreciation.
Thank you for the wonderful review Cassie!
Photography by Mark Stubbs, modelled by Harriet Alice, make up and hair by MUA Elizabeth Cahill
Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) (1983) Vs. Seven Nation Army (2003)
YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND THIS IS LITERALLY THE SOUND OF COOL
Press play and you will find yourself wearing a long black coat on a windy city street holding a firearm that won’t be invented for another 50 years, your voice will be a full octave deeper AND YOUR HAIR WILL LOOK PERFECT.
My new theme, yes.
This is one of the mash ups we play. Or did play, it doesn’t seem to get as much of a reaction anymore. For a while it was literally the “this will get a dancefloor” song.
Music to get undressed to: Eurythmics VS The White Stripes - Sweet Dream are made of Seven Nation Army.
In fact, get undressed to any White Stripes song.