|Rebecca in Navy|
|Susanna in Purple|
|We've only seen this in black and petal before so the bolder contrast feels edgy.|
|Melissa in Black|
|Vivienne in Red|
If I'm not mistaken, the Vivienne has been around for awhile. I've always skipped over it when I flipped through the Fantasie catalog. No longer! The Vivienne in red looks like a completely new bra.
|Elodie in Teal|
|Nicola in Ember|
|Fleur in Porcelain|
While I haven't tried it myself, I think this level of excitement is definitely something to look out for if you're trying Fantasie for the first time or you're opening a new shop and are looking to stock the brand. Companies only foam at the mouth like this when they've gotten something really, really right. (Only kidding -- they weren't actually foaming!)
|Rebecca Nouveau in Ivory|
|Jana in Graphite|
|The A/W 13 fashion for Rebecca is Navy.|
|Amanda in Storm|
|Rachel in Black|
Here's the deal: You might see lingerie coverage for this season that tries to sell "metallics" as a hot trend. No real problem there, except that most of the "metallics" I saw amounted to this strange glittery embroidery. By the fall, who knows I might be into that but I was a bit disappointed by this slight tackiness in the moment. The Martina is the exception to the rule. This bra is mysterious, otherworldly and convincingly looks like an antique. I could've written a whole post on this bra alone. Wisely, Fantasie put it on the cover of their catalog.
|Martina in Bronze|
Now I'm really looking forward to hearing your input! Are you a Fantasie diehard that love their "old standards? Are you feeling the French seduction that is pulsing through this collection? Would you say that the designs have gotten noticeably stronger lately?
Please tell me I'm not alone in terms of their balcony bras! Has anyone else experienced fit difficulties with that type of bra from them?