Pert Lin­gerie

NOW Magazine - Love & Sex - - Fashion - By AN­DREW SARDONE Pho­tos by MICHAEL WATIER

1817 Queen East, 416 230 8226, pertlin­gerie.ca The loungey look of Trepany Falvo’s lin­gerie and sleep­wear bou­tique in the Beaches can only be de­scribed as boudoir­li­cious. Dec­o­rated with vin­tage day beds, ar­moires and van­ity ta­bles, it’s de­signed to make you want to slip into some­thing more com­fort­able and get be­tween the sheets.

And no mat­ter what your per­sonal take on some­thing more com­fort­able, Pert has you cov­ered (and un­cov­ered, of course). There are silky pieces by Fort­night, colour­ful Candi

Fac­tory briefs and menswear-in­spired PJ sets with piped edges by Oprah’s favourite sleep­wear thing, El­iz­a­beth Cot­ton.

Wear­ing un­der­wear as out­er­wear is still a big style trend, so Falvo stocks camisoles and slips that look just as fetch­ing lay­ered with cardi­gans and blaz­ers as they do all by them­selves.

Pert Lin­gerie picks: Lo­cal favourite Fort­night’s body­suits come in rich navy or tone-on­tone polka dots, $129 to $145; if you favour be­ing cozy over show­ing some skin, that El­iz­a­beth Cot­ton py­jama set is $186; hand-clean your del­i­cates, in­clud­ing hosiery and knits, with a bot­tle of Soak wash, $16. Look for: 25 per cent o f any pur­chase over $100 dur­ing the month of Fe­bru­ary. Hours: Tues­day to Satur­day 11 am to 6 pm.

Pert Lin­gerie owner Trepany Falvo.

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