LTK Lingerie, however, has discovered Christina DiPierro, founder/designer of Adea.
Adea lingerie is made from a unique, lightweight micro fiber material that promises to do fabulous things for your comfort and your body!
Adea launched in late 2001 in NYC and has since continued to grow at a great pace.
Adea's simple, spaghetti strap shell camisole was the piece that really took off.
Because Adea's micro fiber fabric is so comfortable, lightweight and durable it works great for layering.
From that simple camisole, the Adea collection has grown to include long sleeve tops, mock necks and a wide range of camisoles and tanks.
What makes Adea stand out among all the other lingerie lines out there?
Adea's combination of high quality fabric, excellent Italian construction and fit and classic silhouettes available at affordable prices makes Adea stand out among all other lingerie lines.
No woman's lingerie drawer should be without Adea's black or nude camisole.
Adea's camisole is a great compliment to an outfit, peaking out slightly from underneath a blouse, shirt, jacket or sweater.
Tell us a bit more about Adea's use of micro fiber.
Adea uses Meryl micro fiber, a lightweight, silky soft micro fiber made from polyamide and elastane.
All of Adea's underwear and layering tops are much less restrictive than the average daywear line, making them infinitely more comfortable.
Adea's underwear stays put and stays hidden because of the fabric properties.
If you could sum up Adea in one word, what would it be?
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