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Fair Verona is no longer exclusively the setting of Shakespeare’s beloved Romeo and Juliet; it’s soon to be a favorite lingerie line of hopeless romantics everywhere.

A Shakespeare-inspired boutique line from sisters Misha and Nila Myers, Fair Verona takes flirtatious lingerie out of the dimly lit bedroom and into the spotlight; the latest Unlock the Fantasy collection was designed to be seen.

It’s hard to pick a favorite from this label. The ancient beauty of Verona, Italy, meets the world of star-crossed lovers in each sweet-but-not-saccharine piece. Without reaching costume territory, the collection is a fashion-forward interpretation of historical romance. Tragic ending not included.

For every woman who’s pined for (and/or found) her Romeo, check out this lust-at-first-sight lingerie, just in time for Valentine’s:

Ravello Romper
Chances are you don’t have any hooded, long-sleeved rompers in your drop-his-jaw arsenal. That should change. This sage satin mini romper with ruffled edges and lace upper-arm cuffs is uniquely enchanting, even Midsummer Night’s Dream-worthy.

Bellini Romper
This sheer silk chiffon romper is bridal-suite worthy. (Romeo and Juliet did tie the knot, after all.) Whether you elope in secrecy or not, let this periwinkle number be your wedding-night “something blue.”

Rose Petal Monokini
A fresh fashion-forward take on the one-piece, this ruby monokini is arguably sexier than the traditional bikini. The satin body meets a lace waistband for sultry poolside lounging. And the hue? Cue cupid.

Positano Silk Bikini Top
The sister set to the monokini above, this ultra-flattering and flirtatious bikini with ruffled bandeau bra with jeweled halter tie is a must-add for your lingerie collection. Pair it with the side-tied satin-shirred Bella Silk Bikini Panty if you’re feeling frisky, or opt for more coverage with the Via Cappello Boyshort. Available in ruby and sage.

Fair Verona is available in select boutiques, and is available online at Fair Verona’s shop and at Bella Bella Boutique.

(Note to savvy shoppers: Use the coupon code BELLASH at Bella Bella Boutique’s checkout before Valentine’s and receive 20% off purchases of $150 or more. Considering that it isn’t necessarily cheap to channel Juliet, you might want to act now.)

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