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Sweet Underwear Sets: Aerie

Aerie Underwear

Some of us insist on matching your bra or camisole to your undies. If you like to buy sets, American Eagle’s line Aerie has very pretty options. The lightly-padded bras offer plenty of support, and then you have a few options in underwear styles to match up with them.

Shaper: Assets by Sara Blakely

Assets by Sarah Blakely

If you like a little bit of hold and shaping in your everyday underwear, Assets, the less-expensive line from the founder of Spanx, will really stretch your dollar. Support levels range from medium for a sheer panty ($24), to super for a basic style ($14), to a lace-trimmed cheek peek ($22), to total waist control in a panty that pulls up to your bra strap ($23).

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Comments

  1. jacquelyn says

    Gap Body has the best undies anywhere. I am a bog fan of their low rise hipsters. Their prices are more reasonable than VS, most of their undies are 100% cotton (better for you), and they last longer.

    ‘Nuff said.

  2. tammie says

    I like the Hanes…I think 5 or 6 packs…from target. They are soft and comfy and only $5-$7 or so…it’s like $1 or a little more per pair! But if I want something cute or sexy for cheap I do go for the VS 3 for $25 or 5 for $25 ones.

  3. says

    I love the truth abt products. That name on that tag dnt mean it is wht ur bdy needs. Their is a problem im having wth underwear. Ive always wore a sz 12-14.since birth it seems. Abt 2yrs ago i lost 100lbs. Went from sz 16 2 sz 2in 9mnths. Bra wnt frm 36c to 34b. Since i hate underware thy all ride. Ive tried thm all. Lst summer i wore a VS bikinni bottoms tbat tied on tbe side everyday n ordered more i nd a cute,sexy,non ride up my crotch n a** panty. Anyone plse help. Im 5’10 120lbs,lng legs,small waist,deep curve,long torso,bt hv a butt n hips esp with tbe deep curve even lower bck dip. Dnt mean to be so detailed bt ths may describe smones fig thts reading ths n can help

    • Maimou says

      Miranda. I had a hard time understanding what you were asking, as your spelling and grammar were not standard. However, I can offer a thought. I had similar problems with bra fitting when I gained quite a bit of weight in the past few years. Learn as much as you can about garment construction and what works for you, then look at each item you buy and determine if it has the characteristics you need. I found, for instance, that I need U back bras to eliminate strap slippage. The fit consultant I spoke with at the website I use was able to quickly give me 3 options to try, one of which I had already selected. True, it may not always work out, but you can either return items or just chalk it up to the learning curve. Good luck and I believe you said you had lost quite a bit of weight? If so, congratulations!

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