Ancient China had strict guidelines on the usage of colors and symbols pertaining to class and rank and due to that, many of their personal self-expression were limited to within these guidelines. Women, however, were taught to create their own lingerie (dudou) and would include embroideries of their wishes for their future or delicate symbols showing off their femininity: finding good husbands, having plenty of sons, beautiful gardens and flowers. A young bride’s best dudou would be placed on top of her dowry box and would be displayed during her wedding procession, as if to tell others how educated and skilled she was.
In the past, only the future of her house was prioritized, but modern women are not limited to only wishing for good husbands and healthy children--they are free to be naughty and to enjoy their sexual desires.
In upholding this small gesture of desire, you can have the option of getting a secretly embroidered sex position on the lining of your piece.
100% of the cost will be donated to Love146, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending children trafficking and exploitation around the world through survivor care and prevention.
Additionally, if you only wish to donate and not have an embroidery, please click the 'Donate' button and follow the directions. Thank you!
Please keep in mind that the more complicated the design, the more abstract the embroidery will be.
While suggested for our dudou products, it is possible to request an embroidery on our bralets. However, please keep in mind that if you have sensitive areolae, it might cause discomfort or irritation.