Where to find trendy nude lingerie for fall-winter

Where to find trendy nude lingerie for fall-winter

Nude lingerie or the art of being invisible
Because you don't need to be looking for a lingerie adapted to dark skins to see that the majority of brands, in the United States and Europe, offer nude lingerie with little variety, ranging from the everlasting beige to pearl pink.

"Nude lingerie has always existed: it started with pink tones and then, over the years, it evolved towards skin tones," comments Caroline Saillard, collection director, whose first line of invisible lingerie was born in the 90s.
"The trend to have invisible lingerie came from the United States with the revolution in air conditioning.The modesty of American women and the management of cold not yet mastered, it let appear the tips of breasts ... It was therefore necessary to develop foam lingerie, seamless, giving birth to what is now an essential part of the wardrobe," she continues.

Invisible, marrying the silhouette while offering a second skin effect, the nude lingerie is a quick success and is worn mainly under light-colored clothes or made of light materials.

The problem is that the lingerie industry remains quite conservative, homogeneous and difficult to renew" observed Cora Harrington, founder of the inclusive blog The Lingerie Addict in an article of the webzine Racked pointing out the slow mutation of this textile sector on this theme. This was not to mention the audacity of some perceptive entrepreneurs who, frustrated by not finding the shade that suits them, simply decided to create it themselves.