Bella Petite Lingerie Sheer Collection
“We also chose sheer material as it draws attention to a women’s smaller bust in a very feminine, flattering way. I understand what types of designs look best on a small bust and I incorporate those into my pieces.” – Stephanie Ballard.
Last month, we interviewed designer Stephanie Ballard to learn more about her brand Bella Petite Lingerie and how she started and launched her business. This month, we wanted to share with our readers more images and insights from the brand’s new line.
Specifically designed with the petite busted woman in mind, Bella Petite’s Sheer Collection offers two styles — a babydoll and chemise in white, pink and lavender in the following sizes: XXS, XS, S, and M.
“We used a plunging sweetheart neckline on our babydoll and deep neckline on the chemise which is very flattering to the petite bust. Both pieces have elastic underneath the bust which hugs the woman’s natural curves and helps to highlight them,” noted Stephanie. “We also chose sheer material as it draws attention to a women’s smaller bust in a very feminine flattering way. I understand what types of designs look best on a small bust and I incorporate those into my pieces.”
“Clearly, Stephanie understands the needs of petite women like us. Being small-busted herself, she has come up with a rather brilliant and unique design for this garment.” – Amanda Sage Barnum, 32AABra.com.
Lingerie Blogger Amanda Sage Barnum of 32aabra.com recently reviewed the brand’s sheer nylon chemise in lavender and said, “By far, the best thing about this chemise is the fit. I’ve never had a slinky little nightwear piece that fit me this well in the cups.”
“Clearly, Stephanie understands the needs of petite women like us. Being small-busted herself, she has come up with a rather brilliant and unique design for this garment. It’s got sliding triangle cups in soft lace, with an elastic underbust so you can adjust it to get just the look and feel you want,” added Barnum.
Fellow blogger, Kaitlyn of Wifessionals.com added, “I was really happy that it is complimentary to my shape and size and that it accentuated me, instead of making me feel like a little girl playing dress up.”
All of Bella Petite’s garments are manufactured in the United States and even the brand’s choice of suppliers for materials, trims, sewers are all based state-side and are small to mid-sized businesses.
“Every piece of our lingerie is sewn and trimmed by very sweet ladies on our sewing team. We are extremely pleased to be partnered with InStyle Exchange design and manufacturing company,” said Stephanie.
Stephanie noted that Bella Petite offers competitive wholesale pricing, drop shipping and new retailers do not need to meet minimum purchase requirements.
Meet the Designer
Stephanie’s story of how she started Bella Petite is incredibly inspiring. If you missed our Q&A interview with her, here’s the link to her story: http://thelingeriejournal.com/designer-spotlight-on-bella-petite-lingerie/