The concept of the brand " Andreea Preda " is based on the idea of timeless handmade garments. We want to create articles that do not fit into the current stereotype of "consumption fashion" and "trends". Lingerie pieces are categorized according to the final number of items that will be produced, from the moment of launching a model, in Limited Edition *, Exclusive **, and Unique/One of a kind ***.
* no more than 15 items per model per size;
** no more than 30 items per model per size;
*** one (1) single item per model per size.
The basic material that can be found in almost all the pieces presented on the site is the embroidery, purchased from European suppliers, followed by the chantilly lace, the French lace, the mesh, the tulle, the numerous elastic bands dedicated to underwear, and the golden metallic hardware and accessories. Quality, provenience, and appearance are the defining attributes for selecting them.
Need advice on choosing the right size for items in the " Top Items " category? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form below. In 1-2 business days, you will receive a message with the size that suits you depending on the dimensions transmitted. Instructions on how to measure yourself can be found below.
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How to measure ourselves
IMPORTANT: Measures should be taken wearing a bra that will fit well, preferably with wires under the cup, but WITHOUT PUSH-UP.
Above the bust circumference: the upper circumference of the breast.
Circumference overbust: circumference (around) over breasts. It is the most prominent point of the breasts. The centimeter sits on this portion without pressing the breast.
Underbust circumference: circumference under the breasts, the band of the bra, at the base of the breasts. The centimeter sits tight.
In order to take care of your delicate Handmade Lingerie items please consider the following:
Hand wash your garments in lukewarm water (max 30 degrees) using a mild detergent.
Do not put in the washing machine or in the dryer.
Every underwire bra has a protective rubber tip; this protects the garment and your skin from being exposed to the sharp edge of the wire.
Machine washing underwire bras cause the rubber tip and the fabric to wear, which can eventually expose the wire.
The cups of padded and pre-molded bras can also be damaged by washing machines and dryers.
Hand wash in lukewarm water, avoid chemical products, suntan oils, and detergents.
Do not rub, do not soak, and do not wring the item.
Dry garments in the shade, away from heat.
Do not put any silk garments in the washing machine or dryer as this may damage the fabric