GLORIEUZE OH-LA-LA VAN ESCORA


~A bitty Escora history~

Escora was basically founded by Elias Schmidt in 1862 in Coburg, Germany and at that time the main focus was corsets.
With the corsets, they catered for courts & high society.
They quickly gained eminent prestige and developed a whole new range of corset models, which were immensely popular with the ladies.
And did you know that Escora registered the first patent for the famous and the still so much loved shelf bra in 1934?
What else can we say but that is just phenomenal!

Over the years the lingerie market has changed and Escora evolved seamlessly with the wants and desires of their fabulously sexy muses in the world…


~Escora is Oh So Easy on the Eyes~

Fabulousness oozes from every item they create, whether it is that sexy lingerie piece, erotic clubwear or body jewelry…
The use of magnificent quality materials in their unique designs are absolutely masterful.
And all that glorious gorgeousness comes together under that lush illustrious Escora label.
And lots of their goodies can be worn, not only as is, but are also perfect to combine with your chic, glammy, beautiful outerwear.


~More Escora Candy at Pleasurements~

It wasn't that long ago that Pleasurements fell in love with Escora and added their sexy, beautiful essentials to their carefully picked collection…
And now it was high time to plump up this range of eye-candy with new items.
One of these collections is the Jole Netting collection by Escora.
Lovely seductive lace and bold netting dresses and skirts in black or white to amp up your sexy style to the max.
Perfect to wear in the boudoir and what about wearing it over your bikini this summer?

These glorious Oh-la-la's and so much more can, of course, be found in the Pleasurements webshop…

With lots of love & plenty of eye-candy,
Pleasurements

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