Even if you’re not a Sex and the City fan (Gasp! How could you not be?), you can’t flick on the TV, surf the web, or peruse the pages of your favorite fashion magazine these days without hearing about the fabulous four and their upcoming sequel.
The latest, somewhat dubious, tie-in to the movie comes from Marie Claire magazine, which ran a fashion spread featuring the four SATC actresses and contemporary outfits that their fictional characters would probably like.
One of the pieces profiled in Charlotte’s wannabe wardrobe is a deco lace silk-chiffon camisole ($235) and boyshort ($165) set from Between the Sheets designer Layla L’Obatti.
The set perfectly suits Kristin Davis’ character as the fashionable, comically frantic, Upper East Sider, so we’re glad to see BTS get the kind of profile boost that any label even remotely associated with Sex and the City is bound to gain.
In fact, Layla’s lingerie is so devastatingly beautiful, I just have to share more!
Layla L’Obatti is a New York-based designer of Persian-American roots, which has given her a unique perspective on lingerie design.
“Good lingerie should make you look in the mirror and smile, it should let you awe at yourself, fall in love with yourself, because true love begins with loving yourself,” she says. “A woman in love with herself stands strong with clothes or without.”
Really, vain or not, after seeing her collection, how could you not feel beautiful in her gorgeous designs?!
Taking inspiration from her romantic and exotic Middle Eastern roots, L’Obatti’s Deco Lace collection (pictured above) references Hollywood glamor – in particular, the early screen sirens who embodied such sophistication and charisma.
Channel your inner sexpot with L’Obatti’s Deco Lace Gown, Deco Lace Robe in alluring ivory, or the flirty, crimson babydoll. The Sheer Romance collection is a romantic capsule of goddess-inspired pieces. My must-haves include the flowing, sheer robe with matching bralette and tap short.
Want more? Visit btslingerie.com for more styles and to purchase.
In the meantime, check out the images below showing the Deco Lace cami/short combination (top) and gown (bottom).