Dora Larsen Lingerie Takes Us Out Of (And Into) Our Comfort Zone

    Bottoms up!

    by · October 27, 2016

    Photo courtesy of Dora Larsen

    Buying lingerie can suck, a lot. Usually, what’s cute isn’t comfortable, and what’s comfortable just isn’t cute. (And let’s be honest, while we do love our Calvins, they’re not quite date-night appropriate.) As a fashion blogger, former lingerie buyer, and daughter of a surrealist painter, Georgia Larsen noticed this glaring gap in the market and decided to start her own line of mesh-and-lace intimates, Dora Larsen, with both comfort and design in mind. Full of color combinations inspired by her artistic upbringing, the collection shirks off the nude and black tones, that have become ubiquitous in undergarments, in favor of a more striking palette. From baby blues to the hottest pinks, the colors vary in intensity—but are sure to wow, no matter what.

    This collection should come as a relief: you no longer have to decide between going back and changing before a date or sitting in uncomfortable underwear all day in the office or class. Not to mention, there’s something empowering about having the first thing you put on in the morning be both luxe and flattering. Being able to say, “Hell yeah, I look good today” before even putting on your full outfit is the recipe for an absolutely great day.

    Check out the lookbook below, featuring pieces all available now at NYLONshop.

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