Downtown’s Nancy Meyer has been selling pretty under things for more than 30 years. For V-Day they are featuring the silky Kiki de Montparnasse Lace Inset collection for provocative yet playful shoppers. They also highlight the exquisite Fleur of England's Rose collection for a more romantic look in a tone-complimenting soft blush color (shown here). Shoppers get a complimentary candle with any $150 purchase; but you must mention this post at checkout. (Offer good through Valentine’s Day; in-store only, while supplies last).
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Bellefleur, located in Fremont, is all about French designer Simone Perele for the big day. Try this hot pink embroidered bra and thong or boy short panty with a matching wire V, or go more romantic with a lacy red set, complete with decorated mesh and Swarovski crystals. They also carry a floral Betsy Johnson gown that’s flattering on many shapes and sizes, and Clare Bare’s eco-friendly line with personally designed prints.
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Ann Marie Lingerie
Mimi Holliday is Ann Marie Lingerie’s go-to designer of the season. Associates at the shop say that her sets are fun, charming, sexy, and sweet with a “lovable formula that works.” At a middle range price point and a so-called flawless fit, it's worth checking out.
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In the heart of the U District, Zovo’s most popular V-Day offerings include studded pasties handmade by burlesque queen the Shanghai Pearl. Find the shop on Facebook to follow their Valentine countdown and get info on their February 11 Annual Sweetheart Night.
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The Wolford Boutique, over at the Shops at the Bravern, is featuring a classic collection with many forming pieces to make women feel amazing. They're best known for their hosiery, but this might be the year some of those legwear fans try a fitted corsage or a body-con, curve-hugging dress.
Wolford offers a free gift with a $300 purchase through the 14 while supplies last.
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