My Blog’s 2nd Birthday: All Undone

All Undone debuted their first collection in September 2013, making them a very new (and very exciting) addition to the lingerie world. Created by Eva Philips and designed and manufactured in Wales, All Undone aims to provide women with smaller backs and large cups beautiful, fashion-forward lingerie to make them look and feel amazing. Their sleek, contemporary designs are unlike anything else currently on the market, with bras available in 28-34 DD-GG, and matching bottoms in XS-L.

All Undone Didi

DiDi set, available in 28-34 DD-GG, XS-L.

All Undone use the same basic cut for all of their three current styles, utilising clean lines, silk panels and mesh cut-outs to create a streamlined, modern look. DiDi combines deep blacks with indigo silk, a bold colour combination which just oozes sophistication and mystery.

All Undone Lola

Lola set, available in 28-34 DD-GG, XS-L

The Lola features coral inserts and grey Chantilly lace, over a softer charcoal base. She is perhaps the most traditionally feminine style from the collection, but the clean panels and contrasting colours ensure that Lola remains a distinctive piece.

All Undone Mai

Mai set, available in 28-34 DD-GG, XS-L

The final style is the continuity colourway Mai, a stunning neutral comprised of a winter white base, contrasted by delicate rose gold panels. Once again, the tailored cut and thoughtful use of colour allow the Mai to be a wardrobe staple that is anything but boring.

All Undone Mai Body

Mai body, availability TBA.

Along with these three beautiful styles, All Undone have been offering tantalising glimpses of what’s to come. The Mai Body is an absolutely stunning bodysuit, apparently due to be released in early 2014. I’m also looking forward to the release of their SS14 collection, which was previewed on The Lingerie Journal and due to be released in February. SS14 will bring the eye-catching Lottie bra and body, featuring rich turquoise and fresh mint panels over a deep black base, as well as the breathtaking Serena, a sweet-as-honey colourway of soft lemon and sunshine yellow.

All Undone’s pieces are made of the finest silks, laces and meshes, sourced from within the UK and Europe. Bras retail for £79, suspender belts £46, briefs £42, thongs £38, and the bodies will price between £132-140. Their pieces are of the highest quality, and everything is ethically made in the UK.

If you have been lusting after anything from All Undone, you might like this prize! All Undone have very kindly offered the prize of one £50 gift voucher to spend with them! To enter, complete the Rafflecopter tasks below. The first entry of leaving a blog post comment is required, but all other entries are optional, and you only need to do them if you’d like to increase your chances of winning.

Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Founder and main author of Bras and Body Image. Anna is a lingerie lover, feminist and maths student based in the UK, who hopes to someday cuddle every cat in the world.

83 thoughts on “My Blog’s 2nd Birthday: All Undone

  1. This is the giveaway of yours I want to win the most! I seriously love All Undone and have been wanting something from there since before they launched but just can’t afford it! I’m in love with the body as well as the Lola set including the suspender belt!

  2. The Lottie is my favourite, especially the bodysuit- but a very close runner up is the Mai. They’re such beautiful pieces!

  3. The Mai is simply stunning. I don’t care if I have to sistersize like crazy to fit it, it’s one of the most beautiful pieces of lingerie I’ve seen in a long time.

  4. I don’t wear bodysuits since it’s usually too much work to make them work for both my chest and my booty, but that Mai is just beeeeautiful. I love those clean lines and feminine colors.

  5. Would love to try the Mai but I (surprisingly) really like the Didi despite not really liking black bras generally speaking. I think it’s the juxtaposition of blue and black that makes me love it.

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