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Tight-Fit Fashion -- The Silhouette Trend for Women's Underwear
In Paris in the 19th century, Jules Leotard, the then legendary circus swing artist, designed a performance dress that could show his perfect body shape during the performance, which becomes today's bodysuit. In the 1940s and 1950s, The American designer Clair McCardell deconstructed and rebuilt the bodysuit in her unique perspective and made it be more common. Bodysuit is not only very popular in Europe and America, but also more and more Asian girls are deeply attracted. Compared with the western countries, the fish bone style is more popular in Asian. The biggest advantage of this crinkle resistant shaping clothes is its fitness. No matter how you spin and jump, you don't need to rearrange it.
Simple Embroidery -- The Pattern Craft Trend for Women's Underwear
With the designs of underwear in the market have gradually satisfied consumers' demand of comfort, they are longing for more delicate underwear styles based on the comfort. Thus, the new emerging simple embroidery crafted underwear is suitable for consumers from any age. Its simple embroidery patterns improve the texture and enrich the changes based on the maintenance of comfort.
Complicated Flowers -- The Fabric Trend for Women's Lace Underwear
Lace displays female curves and creates a mystical vibe. Complicated plant patterns are smartly applied to underwear or night gowns, romantic and seductive. Lace products carry superb modern techniques and tell the history. Besides, they are also soft and comfy.
Geometric Lace -- The Fabric Trend for Women's Underwear
Geometry, a rational mathematical term, gives fashion infinite possibilities through size change, deconstruction, combination and layout with the help of designers. Lace is one of the ever-lasting symbols in the fashion industry. World-famous brands, royal families, fashionistas and street fashion all love lace. Unlike the sweetness of flowers, nonchalant geometric patterns add a chic and neat accent to romantic lace.
19/20 Craft for Bridal Intimates -- Floral Embroidery
Bridal intimates ranges continue to expand into sleepwear and swimwear categories, and this report focuses on lingerie. These items offer camera-ready looks for hen-do and honeymoon events. In terms of design, three-dimensional embroidered motifs continue to be important, and longer-line brami styles play with corset-inspired looks to flatter the body shape. Classic pale blue is emerging as a key color for retro-inspired designs, marketed at a young fashion customer.