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Introducing Arabel Lingerie


Arabel Lingerie is a fairly new brand (not even a year old!) that’s already attracted a some great press from fellow lingerie bloggers like The Lingerie Lesbian. I’ve been paying attention to Sarah Lister’s work (the designer behind Arabel Lingerie) for several months now, and I like her use of super girly colors and silhouettes with sheer lace and mesh. Oh, and did I mention it’s all vegan?

Every piece of lingerie is designed, cut, sewn, and packaged by Sarah herself, which allows her to work with both custom sizing and bespoke (made to order) garments. Sarah plans to come out with cup sized bras later on this year, and she’s also talking about a collaboration with an American company, so we’ll be seeing lots more of her in the days to come.

Knickers are priced around £18.00 (US $27.00) and garter belts are around £40.00 ($60.00). You can purchase Arabel Lingerie from her webstore or from Etsy.

What are your thoughts on Arabel Lingerie?

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Cora Harrington

Founder and Editor in Chief of The Lingerie Addict. I started TLA in a small studio apartment in 2008. Since then, it's become the leading lingerie blog in the world, and has been featured on the websites for Forbes, CNN, Time, Today, and Fox News. I believe lingerie is fashion too, and that every who wants it deserves gorgeous lingerie.

7 Comments on this post

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  4. Yui says:

    So pretty, definitely up my alley. They would be PERFECT if they made full busted bras ^^

    • Cora says:

      I understand. I don’t know of Arabel’s plans to make full bust bras, but I will say that it’s often hard for small, indie designers (especially those who are making things by hand) to produce an extensive size range. I won’t speak for Arabel, but I also wouldn’t be surprised if producing large cup bras isn’t in the foreseeable future.

  5. Lisa says:

    Very nice detailing! Frilly and sheer lingerie is always a big hit! The lingerie looks so soft and comfortable! Thanks for the Introduction of this wonderful line!

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