If you’re wearing a DD cup or larger you know the struggle. There is precious little sexy lingerie out there in those cup sizes, and it gets even worse after a G cup.
Well, we’ve got news for you. Newcomer Pique Lingerie is focusing on kink-inspired underwear designed specifically for the fuller bust. The brand encourages curvy women to embrace their bodies and sexual freedom by providing lingerie that underpins their wild side and keeps them supported.
By creating sultry undergarments for women with fuller busts, Pique Lingerie is not only responding to the scarcity of sexy underwear in large sizes, but is also challenging the fact that bigger women are rarely portrayed as sexually attractive in mainstream media.
The brand’s aim is to a) provide full-figured women with decadent lingerie that is tailored to their curves, b) encourage women to explore their indulgent side, and c) challenge the widely held perception that sex appeal is only reserved for certain body types. The label does this against the backdrop of the BDSM lifestyle that inspires it.
In the words of the founder: “I chose kink as the impulse behind Pique Lingerie because to me it is the purest form of sexual expression. Nothing is off-limits as long as it is safe, sane and consensual. It’s your desires and fantasies that matter, not your bra or dress size”.
The label was created by Heidi Berkmüller whose training in dressmaking, combined with a passion for underwear and the fetish lifestyle, gave rise to Pique Lingerie’s debut product: the Sybari plunge bra. The bra and panty sets are inspired by bondage rope art and have an intimidating yet playful aesthetic.
Pique Lingerie is launching a Kickstarter campaign in August 2017 to finance their first production run. Sign up for their newsletter on www.piquelingerie.com to find out when their early bird deals go online.
You can also find Pique Lingerie on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/piquebra Pinterest: www.pinterest.de/piquelingerie Instagram: www.instagram.com/pique_lingerie
*All images by Photographer Maria Vaorin
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