Collection Redirection: : Mixing & Matching collections, with the Montana Balcony Bra
Choosing just one collection to add to your evergrowing lingerie wardrobe can be hard, we know. We love every single piece we’ve created; we could never choose just one collection. But who says you have to? The limits with our luxury lingerie truly are endless.
Each Something Wicked collection has a subtle, inspiring theme that is nuanced throughout its defining features; the Lexi collection inspired by shibari rope bondage, the Nina full of equestrian influences. By designing consistently with our signature fabrics (our hero fabric being our luxury Japanese plonge leather) pulling your favourite pieces from a variety of collections will still curate a wonderfully wicked aesthetic.
Perhaps you love the simple decadence of the Nina Balcony Bra, but prefer a panty that’s a little more high-waisted than the ouvert brief, thong or peep brief that feature within the Nina collection. If that’s a case, take a scrolling stroll over to the Lexi collection, where the Lexi High-Waist brief combines luxurious leather and alluring mesh to create an equally fascinating-yet-flattering design; still featuring an irresistible peep-hole bum while the leather panelling hugs your curves in all the right places. Or maybe, just like Alexa Von Uber, you want to push the boundaries of underwear as outerwear, and create a lingerie-exposing look, worn to be seen by the masses. Combining the longline, bralette design of the Mia Balcony Bra with the mini-skirt aesthetic that comes in the form of the Montana girdle, this curated look flaunts your luxury leather lingerie, but would not be out of place if you’re feeling daring to bare on a night on the town, or the perfect look to make an entrance at a play party, before you strip down.
To show how versatile our pieces really are, we’ve styled together a selection of ensembles pulled from a variety of collections, with one integral piece as the base. If you’re interested in mixing and matching the simple decadence of the Nina Balcony Bra, click here to read our first Mix & Match blog post.
Next up on the agenda is the Montana Balcony Bra; a classic silhouette with a contemporary edge, the Montana bra features our luxe Japanese plonge leather on a classic style, with a statement key-hole cut out on the sternum to allow a little flash of flesh. A style that’s perfect for everyone, the Montana Balcony Bra is fully wired with sturdy supporting straps to offer a great amount of support to our bigger busted wearers, but also helps to create the illusion of a fuller chest for those on the smaller side.
If you’re wanting to work the Montana balcony bra into a worn-to-be-seen work of art, don’t stray too far from the collection and wear it with the Montana Girdle, which gives the illusion of a leather mini skirt, with panels of powermesh framing the central section of seductive luxury leather. Slip into the sheer seduction of our Lexi See Through Mesh Wrap Top for a subtle flash of leather through the sheer swathes of mesh, which wouldn’t look amiss in your favourite cocktail bar.
If you’re looking for striking and strappy, the Montana Balcony Leather Bra is perfectly paired with the Mia Ouvert Briefs; featuring an irresistible open bum detail and adjustable straps that can sit high or low on the waist. The bum details on the open panties provide a modest amount of coverage and structure on the sides, featuring both leather and mesh panels, with a naughty open bum and split crotch seam to keep it wicked.
If you are a fan of a peep-hole panty, the Montana Leather Balcony Bra looks equally extravagant with Nina Ouvert Brief. Leather hip straps and sheer panelling on the bum leaves little to the imagination, while creating allure through inviting cut-outs and an open crotch seam. One of our most popular knickers, partnering the Nina Ouvert Briefs and Montana Balcony Bra really brings you the best of both worlds, looking equally breathtaking from the front and the back.
Sticking with our best selling Nina Collection, mix and match the Montana Balcony Bra with the Nina Mini Peep Brief. Featuring sheer panelling in the front of the panty, with luxury leather panelling and an open bum in the rear, the Nina Mini Peep is a real showstopper that offers a party in the front and the back. With more coverage and structure than some of the other open bum briefs we offer, these fan-favourite knickers allow comfort and wearability without having to compromise the edge aesthetic.
If you’re looking for the opposite of coverage, and are wanting to dare to bare, have the Montana Balcony Bra join forces with the Nina See-Through Thong. Sheer panelling in the front, framed with leather piping, teases the skin lying beneath that longs for a lovers touch. Strappy detailing elevates the rear beyond your average thong, ensuring you look, and feel wonderfully wicked, even wearing something where the coverage is minimal.
Switch it up and bring a little suede into your seduction. The Ava Mini Brief is still undeniably delicious, but contrasts the cool buttery leather with soft, sophisticated suede to bring in further contrast. A perfectly framed window in the back of the panties provides comfort and structure in the silhouette, while still being irresistibly sexy, making the Ava Mini Briefs a perfect introduction to peephole panties.
If leather is your ultimate lover, partner the Montana Balcony Bra with the Lexi Mini Briefs for the epitome of leather luxury with a hint of curious kink. Triangular swathes of leather shape the front of the brief, and wrap around and reveal a totally open-bum design to display your delicious curves; a true embodiment of business in the front, a party in the back….
Designing with evergreen silhouettes and timeless fabrics across all our collections, there are so many ways to wear your wickedness. By mixing and matching pieces from across our whole site, the number of jaw-dropping ways to create new looks wearing your Something Wicked lingerie are endless. Created a new way to wear your wickedness? Share it with us on Instagram tagged at @wearewickeduk, and using our community hashtag #worntobewicked.