L'Agent

Vanesa Non-Padded Demi Bra

$92.00
Demi
The overlapping lace panels of this impeccably cut demi make it one of those perfectly executed boudoir pieces that looks absolutely smoking hot on the body. Peek-a-boo? Please. Learn More

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The way the overlapping panels of lace of the cups lays so perfectly against the skin makes this brilliant demi a bold one indeed. Swooping and scalloped and absolutely divine, this one of those pieces that looks absolutely smoking hot on. The inverted scallop of the band is covered in delicate grosgrain ruffles, the tiny, sweet bows are perfectly situated on the straps, and the whole thing fits like a dream.

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  • L'Agent

    Vanesa Mini Brief

    $50.00

    Boudoir bombshell with a side of lacy sheer? The proof is in the putting it on. A perfectly executed, superbly lacy bottom is a true bedroom classic, whatever your style.

  • L'Agent

    Vanesa Trixie Thong

    $46.00

    This barely-there little thong is an exercise in trixie perfection. Gorgeous lace is sheerly brilliant, while the slender sided g-string shape is classically hot.

Features

  • Fully-adjustable straps
  • Scalloped lace with tulle wings
  • Side stays
  • Grosgrain bows at center and straps

Fit Notes

Details

  • 69% Polayamide, 16% Polyester, 11% Elastane, 4% Polyurethane
  • Hand wash in lukewarm water with an extra-gentle lingerie wash; gently squeeze out excess water and lay flat to dry
  • Made In China

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