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Sweet Seduction from Fayreform for Valentine’s Day

Sweet Seduction from Fayreform for Valentine’s Day



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Beautiful Sin – Fayreform Platinum

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January 2008

SWEET SEDUCTION FROM FAYREFORM FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

Spice up your lingerie draw in time for Valentine’s Day with hot new releases from Fayreform that are sure to send hearts racing.

Exquisite attention to detail dominates the design of this very special Valentine’s Day offering from full cup specialist Fayreform. Intricate laces are offset with soft, silky satins and delicate embroidery, while colours captivate with a variety hues from subtle to dramatic.

Key looks for Valentine’s Day include the elegant Beautiful Sin and Precedent ranges from Fayreform’s premium Platinum collection, alongside the romantic Ambitious and Vitality collections from the Fayreform classic range.

Beautiful Sin – Fayreform Platinum

Inspire romance with the enticing Beautiful Sin collection. Made using exquisite French lace over stunning gold satin, Beautiful Sin features a sexy plunge bra and matching bikini brief.

Available in striking Black/Gold, Beautiful Sin is a Valentine’s Day essential.

Precedent – Fayreform Platinum

Work your curves in this stunning vintage inspired collection from Fayreform. Made with gorgeous, classic lace and featuring satin ribbon detailing, Precedent is pure elegance.

Available in vintage Gold colourway, Precedent’s balconette bra and bikini brief create a stunning silhouette.

Ambitious – Fayreform

Add a touch of seductive style to Valentine’s Day with the Ambitious collection. Black mesh with beautiful red and pink embroidered rose detail creates a truly captivating set – the underwire and plunge styles are perfectly completed by a matching thong or bikini.

Vitality – Fayreform

The tantalising Vitality range is crafted from delicate, detailed lace, perfect for flaunting your curves. Available in a striking Red Velvet colourway for Valentine’s Day, this Fayreform favourite comes in balconette and underwire bra profiles, beautifully matched with a French knicker or thong.

Fayreform Platinum

• Beautiful Sin plunge bra (C – G cup) $99.95; bikini brief $49.95

• Precedent balconette bra (C – G cup) $99.95; bikini brief $49.95

Fayreform

• Ambitious plunge bra (C – E cup) $59.95; underwire bra (D – G cup) $64.95; bikini brief $29.95; thong $27.95

• Vitality balconette bra (C – E cup) $49.95; underwire bra (D – G cup) $49.95; French knicker $27.95; thong $24.95

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