Lingerie occupies a very special place in a girl's bridal trousseau as it not only forms the foundation of all her bridal and honeymoon outfits but also is a part of all the intimate moments that she shares with her special someone.
Clovia, India's fastest growing lingerie brand has introduced an all-new range of bridal lingerie and honeymoon wear for all you brides out there. Look and feel your best on your wedding day and amp up your sexy quotient for the nights to follow.
From that flirty, feminine 'Lace Lingerie' that will help spice up things to 'Backless bras' that will take care of all your deep back woes, Clovia provides a chic range of bridal lingerie for all your wedding and post-wedding affairs. Other bras include, 'Push-up bras' to give that little push that will help achieve that oomph; a 'multi-way bra' with detachable shoulder straps that can be styled in multiple ways in accordance with your outfit.
For your honeymoon, get his heart racing with those sheer seductive babydolls, sensuous satin nighties or robe sets in lush fabrics and have the most romantic time of your life. The bridal and honeymoon range is available in various exotic and sexy designs to make your man fall for you.
Talking about the new product range, Suman Chowdhury, Co-founder, and COO said: "When it comes to bridal and honeymoon wear, dressing up on the inside is as important as dressing up on the outside. Therefore, it is important to keep your look sexy, yet practical and comfortable. Clovia provides an elaborate range of bridal bras that will take you from daytime to date night with ease. For your exotic honeymoon, our stunningly hot dresses will help you flawlessly find the perfect niche between classic and modern styles, making it difficult for your man to resist himself. Build your sexy, yet comfortable bridal trousseau with Clovia's range of bridal and honeymoon wear."
The bridal range is available on www.clovia.com and Clovia's retail outlets at a starting price of INR Rs. 799.
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