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Welcome Elila!

Your So Sexy Proprietress is proud to announce a beautiful, exquisitely designed, and empowering new line, Elila, will now be available at SoSexyLingerie.com

Elila is my newest addition of full-figured intimate apparel. Designed for fashion and function, each garment harmoniously brings together delicate lace and embroidery with the comfort of microfiber and thoughtful design. Each piece is superbly engineered support. Wearers will feel confident and will look fabulous. 

           "I wanted to create a collection that is a nod to old Hollywood glamour while maintaining Elila’s focus on classically designed lingerie." - Elila

At So Sexy Lingerie, I wanted to choose a designer that understands how to help women feel beautiful from the inside out. Elila takes a handcrafted approach to design, delivering an unparalleled attention to detail to ensure everyday comfort. Through innovative engineering, seams are placed strategically for an optimum structural benefit and true support. Elegant materials and incredibly beautiful seasonal palettes make each piece a sexy full-figured work of art.

Elila delivers the best synergy of detailed engineering, classically-designed (think Marilyn Monroe), stellar style in sizes 34-54, B-N cups.

           "A marriage between beautiful high-end fabrics and well-crafted design result in a garment that is  incomparable to most." - Elila

Elila was featured in the October 2014 issue of In Style Magazine:

Leila in In Style

"I believe that a classically fitted and designed garment can be complemented with a sophisticated style that can make a garment’s function and form timeless." - Elila

As a final note, this line is classically designed, which means your band size will probably be bigger than you're used to, but your cup size may be smaller.

I know you are ordering online, so here are some great fitting notes and an easy guide for you. Your band size will probably be bigger than you're used to, but your cup size may be smaller.

1.Medium support: measure your band and add 3” (if the result is odd, round up)

2.Full support: measure your band and add 4” (if the result is odd, round up)

Here's a helpful video:

         "My goal was to design a soft cup garment that supports, shapes and softens the bust line, while providing a touch of elegance and femininity." - Elila

Still have questions? Don't hesitate to contact me!

Your So Sexy Proprietress, 

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