Most women have many facets to their personality, something that can be reflected (and expressed) by your lingerie choices.
Myla, the glamorous UK label from London’s tony Notting Hill district, knows this as well as anyone.
For their new Spring 2012 collection, Myla offers pieces that distinguish between a woman’s fondness for stylish, feminine looks and more assertive designs created with seduction in mind.
This really isn’t news, though: Myla has always straddled the line between erotic playthings meant for the bedroom only, and functional luxury that’s suitable to wear under a cocktail dress. It makes sense, then, that one of the themes of this collection is “wearable boudoir”.
The most memorable of the four new style ranges in the spring collection is the Verna range, with its halter-style ribbon ties and decadent combination of mesh and stretch satin. The Verna set (top photo) includes Myla‘s signature peek-a-boo 1/4-cup bra and high-waisted knickers with a big tie-side bow and built-in control panels. Verna comes in sultry black or a truly wicked lipstick shade.
On the feminine side of things, the alluring new Elouise (above) set is a satin-and-lace grouping that includes a longline balcony bra with sweetheart bow, while the sophisticated new Mira range includes the champagne chemise (below) with plenty of delicate detailing.
Myla has also updated its classic, flirty Isabella range for spring, offering new color combinations such as the soft pistachio show in the silk satin slip below.
And for lovers of vintage looks, Myla has brought back the popular Gardenia range first introduced in 2010, this time some new styles in a creamy caramel hue.
Whichever part of your personality needs to come out on your next date night, Myla has a look that can help you out! Here’s a few more campaign shots from Myla‘s Spring 2012 collection; hover over the images for style names: