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Lingerie of the Week: Julie Kennedy Limited Edition Lace Bralette & Panties


I've had my eye on today's featured set for a few weeks now. And look! It's not black! Julie Kennedy is a newer lingerie designer who's also a model. Based out of Scotland, she's developing a name for herself based on these simple, understated yet incredibly pretty lace bra and panty sets.

In my day-to-day life, I'm a big fan of bralettes. One of the perks of working from home is working in comfy clothes, and I'd probably pair this set with a nice pair of lounge pants and my fleeciest hoody. This is the kind of lingerie that's pretty enough to be seen, it's true, but that also works just as well as something private and personal for yourself (which is really what we're all about here at TLA... you buying stuff you like for you).


Julie Kennedy has made a wide variety of these bra sets in a equally wide range of colors over the last 18 months or so (my favorite is the emerald green which you can find at this listing), and she's currently getting ready to launch her own website. For now though, you can keep up with her work at Etsy, Tumblr, Twitter, and Instagram.

The pieces shown here are handmade to order with limited edition (which means it will sell out, likely sooner than later). The bra retails for $47.26 and the knicker is $30.93 ($78.13 for the set). While bralettes aren't the most supportive of undergarments (that's not a flaw... it's what they are), according to the designer, the large bralette is suitable for sizes up to a 36DD.

What do you think of this week's Lingerie of the Week? Are you a fan of soft stretch lace as a lingerie material too?

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.

5 Comments on this post

  1. I’m so happy HMS Latex actually mentioned this; I’m always looking for independent designers to work with and initially thought Julie’s designs would be embraced by my client base.. but the story about the stolen latex garments completely put me off.

  2. HMSlatex says:

    Thank you Karolina. I hate airing my dirty lingerie in public but at this point, going public was my last resort. I gave months for Julie to come forward and even after I posted online she chose not to respond, despite being active otherwise.
    Here is the whole story, I apologize for my language, this has been beyond frustrating:

  3. HMSlatex says:

    Her lingerie is lovely. Unfortunately as a model and a person, not as much. I tried working with her half a year ago, and I’m short several outfits I lent her. She won’t return any of my emails or give me any news. I know it isn’t entirely relevant, but I thought people should know.
    As a business owner, I felt doubly hurt because she is a business owner too, so she should know better.
    Sophie from HMSlatex

    • Karolina says:

      Those were my first thoughts when I saw this post – it’s definitely enough to put me off ever purchasing from her regardless of how nice the lingerie is.

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