9 January 12

Lingerie & Swimwear That Pops!

Oh how I long for variety in lingerie and swimwear…..life come to think of it!

We have such an amazing multi cultural society with a great mix of everything we ever need right at our fingertips. Maybe you can tell me why we see the same lingerie in every shop we go into? Why do we see lingerie that is made for women who have no arses?

You know when I first started in lingerie I thought it just wasn’t available for example no one made it. After extensive research we found it is available just not in Australia. Italian lingerie, French lingerie and European lingerie oh my goodness it makes my mouth water just thinking about it. Over time we are beginning to see much more and for the first time ever I seen South American Lingerie made in Columbia. Now what I like about this is they are made for women who have booty and color that lights up my day.

Mirea Lingerie has just launched their collection where every item in its collection is infused with the Latin appeal and distinction, all designed and manufactured in Colombia, Medellin, known the capital of fashion. With Colombian raw materials branded as among the best in quality in the world.

For me the stand outs in the collection were the lingerie with color it just made the catwalk pop. The swimwear was divine and I do think it will probably become their signature piece. The ruffles are good for the girls who don't have much of a cleavage and the cups work for the girls who do.

But gage for yourself, what do you think?

 

 

 

 

www.mirea.com.au

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  • olga

    I am not impressed at all. Back sizes from 10 to 16. Cups from B to DD only. No, thank you.

  • Hey Olga!

    How are you? I can understand that and my girls don’t fit into them as well but they are lovely and still cater for 60% of women. Personally it drives me crazy when companies make larger cup sizes when they dont have the resources or they don’t understand the structure of a bra and make it just because they think they will make money. I would prefer they get smaller cups right before they make larger cups and vice versa.

    From a business point of view if they make all sizes it is a massive outlay and around 60 bras per line per color and most new companies just can’t afford it. In saying that we are starting to see more and more.

    Rx

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