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Lane Bryant unveils clothing with tighter tummy technology
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Jul '11
Lane Bryant, the nation's leading women's specialty plus-size apparel retailer, has launched a full line of slimming denim jeans and classic fit trousers featuring exclusive, new Tighter Tummy Technology, or "T3".

T3 is a revolutionary built-in mesh control panel made of a unique nylon and spandex blend that flattens the tummy and slenderizes the silhouette. The pants are made from a special blend of cotton and polyester fabric that prevents sagging and allows them to stretch for maximum comfort while maintaining a smooth shape around a woman's curves.

They also feature an invisible elastic waistband that minimizes gapping. Lane Bryant's new T3 pants are designed to hug and enhance curves in all the right places so plus-size women no longer have to compromise on great fitting clothes.

T3 denim is currently available in a boot cut jean in light and dark sandblast washes, a must-have summer capri in dark and dark sandblast washes and a flare-leg jean in a dark rinse wash. The T3 classic-fit trousers are available in black, charcoal grey, brown herring bone and charcoal berry stripe.

All T3 denim jeans and trousers are available in sizes 14 – 28. Petite and tall sizes are available online and in select stores. Lane Bryant will continue to add new silhouettes, colors and washes to its T3 collection in the coming seasons.

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