Bar Refaeli for Passionata Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection


French lingerie brand Passionata certainly knows how to seduce, as each and every collection it releases is flooded with one-of-a-kind, passionate designs that can turn any lady into a real goddess. The newest Passionata lingerie fall/winter 2014-2015 collection titled “Play With Me” is the next fountain of fantasy shapes and shades, which inspires modern ladies to feel and look special inside too. The fruitful collaboration of the brand with Israeli stunner Bar Refaeli goes on, as we again see her demonstrating those cool lingerie sets while having fun in front of the camera.

Bar Refaeli for Passionata Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection
A beautiful mixture of colors and sensual fabrics is the primary characteristic details of the Passionata fall 2014 collection. From timeless blacks, muted navy blues, purples and burgundy shades to eye-popping fuchsia, yellow, red, as well as mild pastel tones, whites, silver and dusty rose, the collection has all the possible variations of colors for every type of outfit, taste and style. And what makes these pieces so special and dramatic is, of course, the use of fine lace and satin, which add the touch of luxury and playfulness to the pieces.

Diversity in terms of shapes is the next noteworthy detail here, as we discover pieces providing different degrees of coverage, as well as different shapes ideal for any bust size and body shape. There are delicate see-through lace bustier bras and plunge ones, balconette, underwire and t-shirt styles, as well as backless brassieres and push-up options for those trying to look maximum seductive and special. As for the bottoms, you’ll find stylish briefs, tangas and shorty styles in the matching hues and patterns as the bras. There are also high-waisted bottoms for the fan of the vintage style, as well as for those, who feel more comfortable in such pieces.

Bar Refaeli for Passionata Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

Bar Refaeli for Passionata Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

Besides the stylish bra sets, the Passionata lingerie fall/winter 2014-2015 collection also brings gorgeous nightwear options, see-through slips and bodysuits for those special nights. Lovely shades and the same fine lace are still the protagonists in this array too.

With the arrival of the new season you should think of updating not only your wardrobe, but also the lingerie drawer, as this is the exact part, where your self-confidence and femininity comes from. With the help of the newest Passionata designs, you are sure to look highly playful and passionate throughout the cold season and the holiday month too!

Bar Refaeli for Passionata Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

Photos courtesy of Passionata

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