Are You Ready? Introducing Wild Anticipation, Our Newest Lingerie Collection

by Violet

on 17 May 2021


As lockdowns come to an end and a sense of normality slowly returns to our lives, it seems the whole world breathes a sigh of relief. After being stuck inside (for what seems like decades) when we step outside and feel the sun on our skin, it almost feels like we’re blossoming. To celebrate our new found freedom, we’ve created Wild Anticipation, a lingerie collection inspired by this very feeling.

As we bid farewell to the past and look forward to the future, we feel like cherry blossoms coming into bloom, and our old grey undies just don’t seem to work for us anymore. There’s never been a better time to get glam and embrace your inner goddess, what better place to start than your knicker drawer?

Featuring beautiful botanicals, soft pastels, and playful forms, Wild Anticipation is about capturing the raw beauty of nature in all it’s wonderful forms. Whether you’ve been living in your cosies, or found peace with your greasy hair, it’s time to shed your outer (slightly stained) shell and come into bloom.

With pieces ranging from the soft to the raunchy, Wild Anticipation captures the duality of the natural world. While our watercolour satin cami set takes inspiration from the feminine elegance of an English country garden, our plunging lace bra set is inspired by the wild liberation of animal desire.

Whether you dream of romantic date nights, or hot ‘tear-your-clothes-off’ weekends away, a touch of natural beauty should always be on the menu. Pair your lingerie with soft nude stockings and lace gloves, or try your hand at the underwear as outerwear trend, to take it to the next level.

Take your pick of gorgeous camis, robes, and bra sets and get ready to meet your wild side.

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Written by Violet. Lovehoney Editorial Team
Violet joined Lovehoney's writing team in 2019 as our lingerie aficionado.
Violet is also an avid sex toy collector and co-host of The Sexual Happiness Podcast

Originally published on 17 May 2021. Updated on 14 May 2021