It’s June! Which means the Autumn/Winter range will be slowly trickling into stores and online retailers. In preparation I’ve compiled a sneak peek preview of some of my favourites of the new collection.
So today I found out that not only have I passed my degree, I’ve got a 2.1 – the grade that I was crossing my fingers, toes, arms, legs and eyes for.
So how am I planning on celebrating tomorrow? In the way a only student knows how – doing nothing.
Not to undermine that students work hard, but over the three years of being an undergraduate if many of them are like me (and I can pretty much guarantee they are!) they will have become somewhat of an expert in ‘lounging’. Think baggy The Smiths tshirt, Morrisey’s face or perhaps an album cover emblazoned across my unbridled bosoms and an oversized pair of tracksuit bottoms or pyjama bottoms.
This is a bra which instantly caught my eye as it reminded me of the Fantasie ‘Simone’ bra which I loved but is unavailable in a 28 back.
Fantasie ‘Simone’ bra set
I’ve got a bit of a things for stripes and pin stripes so when Freya released the ‘Sophia’ I was all over it like a rash. Well, maybe be not a rash… something a bit nicer than that. Anyway, I loved it.
Ever since Freya’s Spring/Summer range was released for preview on The Lingerie Buyer’s website what seems like forever ago, I have had my eye on the Loretta. A bra which combines beautiful fit and shape, practicality and support seamlessly with beautiful design – something I’ve come to expect from Freya. It is right up my street with stunning paisley print and sheer lace panels, delicate pale pastel colours and embroidery, this has to be my favourite of Freya’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection.
Never to be put off by a little bit of cloud down by my local beach Sandbanks in Dorset, I ventured to take some pictures of some of my favourite Freya bikinis of times gone by – the ‘Zodiac’, ‘Bamboo Island’ and ‘Mystic’ styles.
All of which have been released for a year or more and are firm favourites. Despite most not being currently sold (unless you are lucky to come across them online or an store) they are similar to many bikini styles and shapes that are available in current and upcoming collections.