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Are you looking for lingerie gift ideas that cost £50 or less? If so, head to my previous gift guide here, this one focusses on lingerie that costs £50.01 up to £100.
The two gift guides I’ve written so far have mostly focussed on stocking fillers and budget-friendly buys. Today is where things start to get exciting though, because with £100 to spend on your giftee you can start treating them to a touch of luxury. You’ll find smaller silk pieces at this price, as well as lots of beautiful laces.
If you or your recipient care about the ethics of where your clothes come from, this is also a price where you’ll start to see more ethically-made lingerie from independent designers and brands. In fact, the vast majority of items on this list are by an independent brand!
If you know someone who wears stockings and whose lingerie drawer features a fair amount of black, then you really can’t go wrong with this sleek, simple suspender belt that can be mixed-and-matched with different sets. The double suspender grips keep the look interesting and unique.
This lovely little gift set comes ready for gift giving in a rigid box, featuring Italian lace in a wonderfully wintery silver.
How beautiful are these PJs?! And do check out the draped back of the camisole because you can’t see it here and it’s gorgeous! The icy white is perfect for winter, and this is a fantastic price for so much lovely lace that also happens to be handmade.
If you know someone who’s into corsetry or who’s been talking about trying one out, why not treat them to this pretty red version? It’s a very budget-friendly starter corset, and great value for money – read my review of another Rebel Madness corset here. As a quick note for the uninitiated – you normally buy a corset that is 4-6″ smaller than the natural waistline of the person who’ll be wearing it. This is essential information to get the fit right, so if you don’t know it, do ask or opt for an alternative gift!
A fantastically-priced silk slip, this lace-cupped design is versatile enough to be worn as nightwear, as loungewear or under clothing.
The most plus-size friendly item on this list, this beautiful, lacy bodysuit is one of the most luxurious plus-sized lingerie items you can get on this budget!
For the girl who loves her classic PJs, this indulgent, 40s style satin set is sure to go down a treat. And reduced to £65 down from £180, it’s a steal too!
This is a lovely, satin robe that’s also available in black – with its simple styling and classic appeal, it’s a great gift for your partner, sister, mother or friend!
Karolina Laskowska is a fantastic indie designer who makes her lingerie herself here in the UK. These harness knickers featuring upcycled kimono silk are actually one of her cheaper designs, but one of my favourites!
This is one of my own designs, and one of my favourites! The frame bra is entirely hand-sewn and can be worn alone or over a bra, whilst the knickers have attached garters with the same beaded flowers as the bra.
LaLilouche is one of my favourite indie designers right now, producing some really beautiful and delicate designs. These knickers are simply divine, combining silk satin, embroidery, beading and jewelled buttons down the sides – guaranteed to impress your giftee!
This elegant, champagne coloured satin lingerie set is a lovely choice for a fan of 1930s fashion, and also comes in black.
Made from 22 momme, Grade A mulberry silk, this wine red camisole set with lace trims will feel as good as it looks!
Who doesn’t love a cosy fleece dressing gown in winter?! And with this beautifully shaped one, you can be as glamorous as you are warm. Better still, it’s reduced from an original price of £220 so you know you’re getting value for money.
Playful Promises recently launched their first full-bust collection, and it’s gorgeous! This is the standout set in my opinion, and the perfect blend of cheeky, festive and luxurious – did you notice the knickers form a heart shape at the front?
This retro-inspired teddy is perfect for any vintage fashionista, made from silk with crochet lace trims. The great thing about a loose teddy like this – particularly as it comes with a drawstring waist – is that the sizing is less specific, so it’s great if for example you’re unsure of your giftee’s bra size.
Another option from LaLilouche here. If you prefer to give a 2-piece lingerie set, this one is crafted from dark red silk and gold Chantilly lace – very Christmassy, and very luxe too!
Another festive offering from LaLilouche is this beautiful silk set with decadent gold lace.
This lovely, frothy peignoir is handmade in the US and is an excellent choice if you don’t know which size to buy, because with this loose fit it’s nearly impossible to get it wrong! This ‘one size’ robe fits everything from sizes XS to L.
More luscious red silk here! This beautiful chemise with its scalloped lace trims is just divine, and again a great choice if you’re unsure of bra sizing.
Which is your favourite piece on this list? And how much do you typically spend on lingerie when it comes to gift-giving?