how many robaxin to get high After four weeks of weddings and working overtime, I’m finally back to blogging! And I’m continuing my coverage of Curve Spring/Summer 2018. This week, I’m covering the Eveden family, which is Freya, Fantasie, and Elomi (well, and Huit, but that’s the small-bust label, so it’s not included here).
buy Lyrica mexico I rarely write about Elomi, since it’s Eveden’s “full-figure” brand so I can’t assess the fit. But there are several very nice pieces this season that I want to highlight. Plus, the Eveden rep actually told us Elomi is the biggest label in the brand family.
How stunning is this “Sachi” cage bra?
I didn’t snap a photo of the back, but this “Matilda” was one of several bras with a J-hook.
The “Amelia” spacer bra has proper interior side-slings to pull in your profile, then stretch lace to cover it up and look pretty instead of strictly utilitarian.
“Morgan’s” cobalt animal print with just a pop of pink is a sophisticated take on leopard.
I also love the modern monochrome floral print of the “Kim” bra.
I was quite impressed with this range of nudes on display. I don’t know what bra style this is, though, since it’s not in the new lookbook.
Next up, we have Fantasie. To be honest, I was a bit bored by this collection, though there were a couple stand-out pieces that
really stood out.
I adore the vintage styling of “Charlotte.”
How cute are these high-waisted bottoms? And the antique-y rose print is just lovely.
The sheer, vertical-seamed “Sienna” in bright cobalt looks more like a Huit-style piece to me—in the best possible way!
“Aimee’s” dainty, neutral leopard-print is the subtlest animal print I’ve ever seen—and the gold and ivory lace is a beautiful complement.
Lastly, we have my old favorite, Freya. Lots of good stuff here, as usual!
I adore the brightly-colored embroidered dots on “Deamcatcher,” but the dainty keyhole and the navy (not black) base of crisscrossing geometric lines make it even better.
“Chi” is a new molded-cup bra based on the Idol shape, which I’m told is even more projected than the Deco.
“Chi” also comes in a non-wired nursing bra.
Here’s the original “Idol,” in a gorgeous cobalt blue.
The “Epic” molded sports bra is now offered in black with a hint of orange.
But I’m way more excited for the addition of Freya Sport shorts and leggings with a zipper pocket!
The “Soiree Lace” collection features modern geometric lace that was so soft, we could not stop petting it.
“Soiree Lace” high apex bra and briefs.
“Soiree Lace” padded plunge bra and shorts.
The “Soiree Lace” underwire bralette has a standard band with two rows of hooks-and-eyes beneath a non-opening scoop back.
Loving this collection’s sky blue additions, such as this “Summer Haze” padded half-cup bra.
And the new aquamarine “Fancies” colorway.
“Daisy Lace” isn’t exactly taking a risk with its color, but I love the art deco triangular decoration at the gore.
I’m always a fan of black and white chevron striped swimwear because it reminds me of the first Barbie doll. This is the “Making Waves” set.
“Making Waves” also comes in a cute high-neck crop top (only up to FF cups, though).
The crocheted “Sundance” collection is still going strong, with “deep ocean” and hot pink being added as fashion colors.
Freya Swim is really into the macramé look this season.
A Macramé halter bikini.
The Macramé bandeau can be worn two ways…
And the second bandeau iteration.
I love the rainbow/zebra/butterfly print of “Hot in Havana,” but yeesh those strappy bottoms look awfully tough to pull off.