We have a new style abut to launch! An easy, light, pretty, little french lace brief with the cutest rouched bum fit and the perfect supportive pouch. It's an everyday knicker, designed for those who use a pouch but who want the delicate aesthetic and feel of a traditional luxurious lace. We are delighted with our new lingerie item, but it doesn't have a name yet - so we're throwing it over to you!
Another beautifully brave personal history from a Moot customer. We welcome submissions from anyone who has a story to share. In creating Moot, we aim to share that you are not alone if you love lingerie and have a masculine shape. We exist! Here is a piece of writing from a customer who wanted to share his experience of a life-long love of lingerie. Huge thanks from Moot. ------------------------------------ It would be nice to be normal. Wouldn't it? Or would it? Sometimes I think so, but never for long. My wife says I am incapable of being normal. She says I am pathologically driven to go a different way. She often walks a little behind me in crowd...
We have decided to make it, simply, an automatic process by adding a much wider range of sizes up front on the website. Our lingerie is all handmade and we have regularly been asked to size our patterns up to and including 46” waist so that is what we have rolled out across our designs.
We do want to talk about the dichotomy of the view of lingerie for women and for men. In setting up Moot, what we wanted to do was to create a range of luxurious undergarments that sat in parallel with the offering for women’s bodies, but ones that were designed to fit a male form.
WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT DESIGNING UNDERWEAR FOR MEN? It’s interesting how there’s this perception that you can just size up a bit from women’s designs and that will be OK for a masculine body. We have spent years, first working with LCE and latterly with the support of Something Wicked and our own in-house lingerie maker, making sure that we have the right lines, the right spacing, the right stitches and seam placements, the right fabrics and anchoring points for a male form. It’s subtle, but it’s very different.