|Curvy Kate's Spring/Summer 2015 Collection|
The "I looooove that!"
|The Temptress in "Poppy Mix", plunge bra 30-40 D-J [December]|
|The Tease in "Black/Blush", 28-38 D-J [January]|
|The Madagascar in "Poppy Print" 28-40 D-K [February]|
|The Dreamcatcher in "Lemon Fizz" 28-40 D-K & 42-44 D-G [February]|
|The Portia in "Poppy" 28-40 D-K [February]|
|The Florence in "Blush" (black will also be available) 28-40 D-J [December]|
|The Princess in "Cerise/Topaz" 28-40 D-K & 42-44 D-G [January]|
|The Cascade in "Topaz" 28-40 D-K & 42-44 D-G [March]|
|The Jewel in "Violet/Topaz" 30-40 D-K [March]|
|The Arizona in "Denim Mix" 28-40 D-K|
|The Firecracker in "White Print" 28-38 D-J [March]|
|The Soda Pop in "Cerise Mix" 28-38 D-J [April]|
To get to the bottom of this mysterious fashion phenomenon, I asked a British person if this was really what the Queen's people were into and she told me that this color palette is easy to find in mass market shops back home. So, I'd love to hear feedback from everybody about this. Are you British and totally in love with the fashion above? Or, are you American and don't have the same associations I do with these colors?
|The Dita in Black [December 2014]|
I'm opposed to lingerie that sparkles or reminds me of glitter so the metallic foil through the Dita doesn't light my fire, but it's pretty enough. I could see ladies who don't share my hesitation really enjoying this one (Hi, Sweets! Yes, I'm talking about you...).
|The Bardot in "Black/Violet" Balcony Bra & Babydoll 28-40 D-J [December]|
I will never, ever turn down a black sheer design and I wasn't expecting to be as enticed by the Bardot as I was, however I overdosed on purple a few seasons ago.
|The Ritzy in "Black/Poppy" Padded Balcony Bra & Babydoll 28-38 D-J [December]|
The "No, Thanks"
|The Smoothie in "Violet" 28-30 D-J & 32 D-HH & 34 D-H & 36 D-GG & 38 D-G [March]|
So, lovelies, thoughts? I feel I've been slightly hard on C.K., but I also feel they've had far stronger collections in the past. Disagree? Agreee?