New “Deco” Lingerie Line From WKD is Red Hot!

The incredibly eye-catching bra, garter belt, and knickers from What Katie Did's new "Deco" lingerie line.

What Katie Did has long been known for it’s beautiful re-creations of vintage lingerie. Their products show elaborate attention to detail, giving us modern women access to authentic retro lingerie styles.

And their new “Deco” line is no exception! This style is simple yet incredibly bold and looks phenomenal on stage. With its deep black satin and impossible-to-miss red trim, this line is appropriate for both burlesque beauties looking to wow their audiences and stylish women wanting to wow their man.

Indeed, this line looks great either by candlelight or under the stage lights. And if you’re looking for yet another way to show it off, the beautiful red and black satin would even look great peeking out under a tight angora sweater!

Close-up view of the "Deco" bra.

What Katie Did’s new “Vicky” line is also bewitching with its bright purple organza overlayed with black lace. The “Vicky” also offers a torso shaper with powermesh sides for smoothing out any inperfection in your midsection. Look over the new What Katie Did collections today!

Torsolette shaper from What Katie Did's bewitching new "Vicky" collection.

So, what do you think? Which is your favorite piece? Have you found another line sporting even more beautiful vintage styles? Leave a comment and let us know…

Posted on September 14, 2011, in Burlesque, Lingerie, Pin-Up & Vintage Style, Women's Fashion & Style and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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