Hidden treasures await on the JV website. You know what we mean, those single sizes, one-of-a-kinds, and unique items that could transform your lingerie wardrobe. Let’s dive into the deep inventory.
Valery’s Emerald Longline Lingerie Set is a case in point. Size 36B only. This sheer plunge bra is stunning in swoops of aquatic floral lace that extend down the ribcage. Matching boy short with a lace front and sheet mesh rear. Perhaps it is meant just for you. Its “sister sizes” would be 34C or 38A.*
You’d meant to buy the Loveday London Lysander Silk and Leather Chemise. It’s not too late--if you wear size Medium. The stretchy white silk body is accented by lambskin cups and heavy guipere corded black and white lace trim. Adjustable criss-cross straps provide flexible fit. It is the perfect length, the perfect substitute for a dress. You need it now.
If you wear an Extra Small, you may have your pick of patterned slips. Marjolaine’s Floral Silk Slip is a sensation in splashy flower print with pale pink lace at neckline and hem. Olivia Von Halle’s bias-cut Issa Hedonist Slip Dress would be a slinky wardrobe staple in powder blue silk with black and gold leopard spots.
Psst: Marjolaine offers the gorgeous Lilac and Carmel Silk Chemise in Medium, Medium, and Medium. It will go with everything. So sleepable, too.
The Chloe Floral Silk Gown might have your name on it. If your name is Chloe. And if you wear size Large. Morpho + Luna collaborated with artist Tom Gallant to create a painterly black silk print for this classic empire shape. You could wear it all summer, Chloe.
There are many ways to shop on the JV website. The top menu bar allows you to click on types of garments. Also, notice the left-hand column, which narrows by vendor, size, color, and price. You will be delightfully surprised by the pearls that you discover.
Jane’s Vanity’s timeless lingerie choices represent a fleeting moment for the designers who create them. New inspirations and changing times preclude repetition. Make your move, before these special pieces disappear.
*Quinne Myers explains “sister sizes” for the blog The Lingerie Addict HERE.