Wednesday 15 February 2012

Itsy Bitsy Vintage Lingerie

… and so we say au revoir and bon voyage to Miss Jones.  We wish her well and look forward to following her adventures in La France.  

We are very excited however that Itsy Bitsy Vintage Lingerie will be joining us at the Fair.  Ali had been scouring the web for a unique lingerie company that had that something special as well as the real vintage look and she came across Itsy Bitsy’s Facebook page.  It’s a real coup as they’re London based and have already been asked to do the prestigious Olympia Fair.  

Itsy Bitsy use original vintage materials to make gorgeous lingerie in beautiful, flattering shapes.  Handmade from vintage fabrics and each piece delightfully individual, you need look no further than Itsy Bitsy Vintage Lingerie. They source their vintage fabrics from all over the world to create one-off stunning pieces.  Their ethos is to offer something so unique that it becomes a collector’s item and no two garments are ever exactly the same.

With a mission to explore, contrast and overlap all eras of fashion,Tracy and Oonagh run a gorgeous online boutique on Etsy.  The Sensual Silk collection there consists of a variety of 70's and 80's silk prints cut in a variety of nostalgic shapes and styles. All pieces are individually hand finished with satin bows and vintage trims, which guarantees a hint of sentiment with a modern twist.  Think seductive, think playful.    

With every piece vintage-inspired, Itsy Bitsy Vintage Lingerie believes every woman is just as unique as the pieces they create and for that extra special wedding day or honeymoon night, they can provide a bespoke fitting and consultation service from their Central London studios or online.   Luckily for us they'll be at the Fair this Feb, so catch the girls while you can.  They'll be bringing their new range of retro head scarfs along with heaps of gorgeous lingerie; that's over 50 styles in total.  They're also working on an exclusive bridal collection for our very own Fair using vintage Kimonos and 1930s lace, so this is not to be missed!  Just take a look at their Etsy shop or their Facebook page for more designs and then come along and see these gorgeous items for yourself. The girls promise that each piece gives as much pleasure to wear as they do to admire.

1 comment:

  1. Hello Kendras and thank you for the lovely comment. There's definitely more to come with a few more posts for me to write up over this next week. If you're passing Clifton Pavilion on Sunday 26th and want to pop in and say hello, please feel welcome. All these wonderful exhibitors will be there and entry is free.