Posts Tagged ‘Brand Introduction’

"Betty" plunge bra in turquoise. 34 G-HH, 36-42 D-HH, 44 D-G, 46 D-DD. Matching brief M-4XL.

Brand Overview: Elomi Lingerie

I’m really happy to be writing this brand overview now (well, abbreviated one).  For one thing, Elomi and I have both expanded our sizes (zing!) so now I can wear the brand, and for another, it’s just getting so danged GOOD.  I feel pretty confident saying that, for the most part, women who wear sizes 30-38 D-G […] Read more…

Brand Introduction: Panache Superbra

Panache is a huge market leader in the full-bust lingerie industry, and, along with Freya, they’re usually one of the first full-bust brands many North American women encounter. Founded in 1982, Panache now includes five brands: Superbra (basics and basics-with-a-twist), Cleo (bright, colorful, whimsical designs), Masquerade (sometimes known as Harlequin in the US, slightly more […] Read more…

Brand Introduction: Freya

For those of us who know our bra sizes better than our social security numbers, Freya is nothing new, but for many women, particularly in North America, who are just getting to know their full-bust sizes, Freya’s is the first friendly face they’ll meet.  While Freya may not be for everyone, I want to share […] Read more…

Brand Introduction: Cleo

I’m deliberately starting these introductions with the brightest and girliest brands I know, because I want to reassure you that if you’ve just been fitted and you’re having a minor freak-out about a cup size that’s a letter you didn’t know existed, you will have PLENTY of sassy lingerie to choose from.  You may even […] Read more…

Brand Introduction: Miss Mandalay

I think it’s safe to say that a bra by Miss Mandalay changed my life.  This is what made my jaw drop when I first discovered Bravissimo: It was a revelation: bright and girly colors, sheer mesh, lace, ruffles, and bows.  I’d been wearing beige Wacoal bras with the elastic all shot to hell (because […] Read more…