Big breasts can be both a blessing and a curse. They may look great in tight t-shirts, but realistically they mean you need a whole lot of scaffolding to keep them pointing in the right direction. Backless and strapless aren’t an option, while even thin spaghetti straps can reveal the most horrendous of undergarments. Why does a bigger cup size mean a horrendously ugly monstrosity of a bra? Panache underwear have taken the rules of underwear construction and turned them on their head, producing beautifully detailed and intricate designs that are made for cup sizes ranging from a D to a KK. I’ve got a couple of their bras already, but after seeing the new launches and forthcoming collections I’m already planning my next ten purchases. They’re made with soft, yet structured material that really helps to hold your bust in the way nature intended (and I don’t mean around your waistline.) The detail is fabulous, the design fun and youthful, the straps thin yet still supportive and the underwire comes up high enough on the bust to make you feel like you’re not on display like a corseted member of Les Miserables. They’re some of the most comfortable bras I’ve ever worn, giving me the confidence to wear pretty much anything I desire. The ranges are available via Very, Isme, ASOS and department stores nationwide; starting from around £25.00 they don’t even break the bank. I’m totally a convert into this brand and can’t wait to expand my collection with some delicately designed numbers such as these.
See the whole range on their website: www.panache-lingerie.com/gb