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Fleur of England A/W 2013 ‘Truffle’ Collection

Fleur of England - AW13 - 1

I always love talking about Fleur of England here on The Lingerie Addict. There are a ton of luxury lingerie brands out there — more than I keep track of — but there are a depressingly small number of names that I think really reflect true luxury. As you’ve probably guessed, Fleur of England is one. The things Fleur can do with silk and lace and satin are, simply, amazing and this season’s ‘Truffle’ collection is no exception.

Though the exclusive designs are familiar, the new, autumn-appropriate mink color is brand new. The French eyelash lace is hand-appliqued, and, of course, everything is made in Europe, specifically Portugal (also depressing: a ton of luxury lingerie labels manufacture overseas using cheap materials… while still charging customers those same astronomical prices). Of all the pieces, I think the robe may be my favorite, though the long gown is a close second.

What do you think of this season’s ‘Truffle’ collection? Is Fleur of England’s latest line a hit or miss?

Fleur of England Truffle boudoir bra and bowtie brief

Fleur of England Truffle luxury babydoll

Fleur of England Truffle luxury camisole and silk brief

Fleur of England Truffle luxury kimono

Fleur of England Truffle luxury silk babydoll gown

Cora Harrington

Founder and Editor in Chief of The Lingerie Addict. Author of In Intimate Detail: How to Choose, Wear, and Love Lingerie. I believe lingerie is fashion too, and that everyone who wants it deserves gorgeous lingerie.

12 Comments on this post

  1. Kateřina says:

    love it. understated, classy, beautifully crafted.

  2. I LOVE Fleur of England! As far as I’m concerned, the Naked Boudoir Gown she did last season was the most stunning piece of lingerie I’ve seen in a long long time. But I love preeeetty much everything she does…she is always on my Christmas wish-list.

    I would go with the shorter slip because I could wear it the most and if I had something of hers, I’m fairly certain I’d want to live in it!

  3. Christelyn says:

    I just ordered my first Fleur of England bra and panty set on sale at Journelle and they’re set to arrive today and I CAN’T WAIT!! So glad I found this site. One of the readers of my blog sent me. Hola!

  4. Jessica says:

    I thought most of Fleur of England’s collections were made in Portugal now?? Had she moved manufacturing back to the UK? It doesn’t say on her website where this collection is made? Xxx p.s. love your blog!

    • Cora Cora says:

      The press materials I have from previous seasons say “Made in the UK,” but it’s entirely possible my info is out of date since I wasn’t at the last market. I just sent Fleur of England a quick e-mail to verify. Thanks!

      Edit: You are correct! Fleur of England is now produced in Portugal. I’ve updated the post with this information.

  5. Thursday says:

    Very pretty and luxurious – I’m not a fan of the colour so much, but the shapes and details are delicious.

  6. Antoinette Epps says:

    Help!!! I want the nightgown at the very bottom of the pics!!!! Where and how can I get it!!!

  7. Amber says:

    This color is so pretty! What a stunning collection. I love the lace and the satin. I just adore the camisole and the kimono robe.

  8. Sheryl says:

    I love the asymmetrical lace in this collection! And the colour is too good. Fleur is always cranking out amazing offbeat neutrals. The long gown tops my list, for sure! I only wish Fleur would use the same bodice as her long gowns in shorter slip versions – they’re always so perfectly clingy and more fluid to look at, but slips are a little more wearable day-to-day (and the price point would be a little more accessible).

    Overall: love love love! Very excited for the rest of her f/w collections, too! The Japanese influence looks yummy!

    • Cora Cora says:

      I also adore the asymmetrical lace. I didn’t know that detail about the slips vs. long gowns though. Thanks for sharing it here!

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