Pleasure State Couture | Dashing Designer Lingerie
If you have a couple of pennies to rub together, Pleasure State Couture lingerie will quickly ensure that you don't any more. This incredibly detailed, incredibly pretty lingerie will sweep you off your feet and leave you walking about the world in a lingerie induced daze.
Pleasure State lingerie is not the sort of lingerie you wear when you feel like some nice, simple lingerie. No, Pleasure State lingerie is the lingerie you wear when you want your senses to tingle. From the feel of the fine fabrics, to the profuse detail that tempts the eye, every aspect of Pleasure State lingerie is a finely honed work of art.
By now, you probably think that I'm exaggerating. How detailed and complex can a pair of panties be? The answer, my friends, is very.
I present to you, the deceptively simple named “Lemarr Mini Brief”
Look at that. Lace, mesh, satin, lace, embroidery, and lace again. The center of this little garment is a riot of floral energy which seems to flow out and overtake the whole piece. I love the tan accents, which would be so plain on any other piece of lingerie, but which here seem to simulate the earth from which this riot of floral and lace growth has sprung. Oh yeah, and there are some Swarovski crystals floating about this piece, as if it weren't ornate enough already.
Is there a bra? Oh yes, there's a bra, and it doesn't fail to disappoint, though it does look a little bit as if three bras got into some sort of fight and were simply sewn together and put up for sale. If you're brave enough to wear this, don't be surprised if you hear your brassiere growling at itself.
The floral riot continues with the Garland bra and panty set. I warned about the possibility of growling with the last set, but this one just seems to actively encourage it by combining leopard print straps with a whimsical floral print. My eyes don't quite know what's going on here, but they do know that it is quite dramatic.
Things get even better when we take a look at the matching French Knickers. Have you ever beheld such a thing? Once again, tan makes an effort to tone down the design and perhaps add an air of staid respectability to these panties, but it fails utterly. Again, the meshing of a variety of different patterns, textures and fabrics continues here, but it works. I think.