Our Lingerie Clan
Nothing looks better, or more Scottish, than a bit of lace with tartan. The juxtaposition is flirty yet classic, romantic yet sporty. And is not just the purview of women--think Sean Connery in kilt and dramatic lace jabot.
Let’s start our own clan, one that celebrates the finest lingerie. An inclusive clan. With its own tartan: something in mohair with a rich criss-cross palette of berry, sorbet, and a shot of yellow. The perfect background to complement a bodysuit, a camisole, a glamorous gown. Fall is a great time to make a statement with plaid. Let Jane’s Vanity help you mix it up with underpinnings that show a little highland solidarity.
Sheer lace bodysuits from Coco de Mer take Gothic inspiration from London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. The Peridot version in teal, with its boatneck and shimmering accents, would look right at home in a castle. The Ametrine style features a plunging neckline and cheeky Brazilian rear framed in scalloped gold and black metallic lace. Perfect for long nights on the Loch.
The sunny white and gold embroidery of Studio Pia’s Soraya Longline Lingerie Set speaks of wildflowers. Wear it not only to match the natural dyes of Scottish woolens, but also to assure your own warm welcome wherever you go.
The heather-toned knit of the Romantic Camisole from Dana Pisarra, in Antique or Amande, is a toasty mix of mohair and alpaca. Its lacy detail adds seduction to practicality for a craggy morning hike.
Designer Christine Morton’s Scottish heritage shows through in her Christine Vancouver silk gowns. Simple yet regal, they sweep the floor in saturated jewel tones. And reveal their character with black lace inserts. For a memorable chat by the fire, choose the Peacock Glamour Gown, the Faberge Gown in blue-purple, or the Diva Gown in red. As bracing as a single malt whiskey.
Wrap yourself in tartans old and new. Play with their fabulous colors and mingle with your JV favorites. Make it a season to remember.