Myla

Fernanda Open Knicker

$110.00
Wide bands of gorgeous sheer mesh at the hips and bum sit perfectly against the body, practically drawing the eye down to the bold ouvert bottom. Takes two to tango. Learn More

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Have you heard the phrase "It takes two to tango"? Well, perhaps it only takes one. This luscious, sinfully sexy, ahem, open knicker is inspired by the tango, the bold dips and curve-hugging rhythms, the sensuality and heat of the backbeat. With Swiss tulle gorgeously wrought to hug curves and generate heat, and a subtly brilliant ouvert bottom, this sheer-backed stunner doesn't need a partner, but you might have trouble keeping one away.

Wear With

  • Myla

    Fernanda High Apex Bra

    $165.00

    It may take two to tango, but it only takes one to rock this stunning Swiss tulle peek-a-boo bra with the heat and sensuality which are its inspiration. Tango on, Fernanda.

  • Myla

    Fernanda Suspender

    $180.00

    This stunning banded suspender is inspired by the tango, and we can't think of anything better than our favorite backseams and this, peeking out of a high slit in a red dress.

Features

  • Low-Rise
  • Pleated mesh front
  • Center bow with gem detail
  • Crossover open gusset

Fit Notes

Details

  • 80% Polyamide, 20% Elastane; Excluding trims
  • 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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