You have seen Secrets in Lace before when we showed you Dita Von Teese’s stocking collection. They have a lot more to offer, though; in the last month alone, the company has launched more than a dozen new products (including these diamond backseam stockings)! There is a lot to say about this company’s dedication to their world-famous lingerie, but today I’m just going to focus on their stockings. Retro fans, read on!
Secrets in Lace has been shipping their products around the world since 1995. Resisting requests from large retailers to sell their brand in stores, the company has continued to sell exclusively through their mail order catalog and website. Dita Von Teese herself is a customer, and chose the brand to create her line because she trusted the company’s knowledge and experience with full-fashioned stockings. In fact, Secrets in Lace has the largest selection of full-fashioned stockings in the world!
Secrets in Lace’s full-fashioned nylon stockings are manufactured on the same machines used in the 40’s and 50’s, and made in the same way – they are knit flat and sewn together with a backseam. The finishing hole and imprint found on the welt complete the glamorous stockings. Fans of sheer stockings will be thrilled to learn that Secrets in Lace also has the largest selection of finer denier stockings (10 denier and 7 denier). These are true fine deniers, too – they don’t try to win you over with “the appearance of fine denier” like some lesser stocking companies. Just to add to the list of exclusive products, Secrets in Lace also has the only true 10 denier fully fashioned stockings in the world. With a variety of heel styles and reinforcements, anyone can find exactly what she is looking for.
Of course, a world-famous stocking manufacturer would be amiss not to offer thigh highs, and they have recently introduced new lace top thigh highs, with one style being offered in seven sizes (because women are not one-size-fits-all)!
Trend setters will be happy to learn that Secrets in Lace has also been offering patterned stockings for over six years (pictured is the Vintage Dot print, which is their most popular print).
We’d love to hear from anyone who has experience with this brand in the forums – it has come up in conversation more than once. Secrets in Lace told me that several of their loyal customers brought The Lingerie Post to their attention, so I know you’re out there! Be on the lookout for future articles featuring the company. There is a lot more to tell!