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Next launches latest online range of lingerie
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Apr '12
British fashion retailer Next has launched the latest additions of online branded lingerie. The beautifully made women's lingerie collection has great variety of ladies push up bras, strapless bras, plunges, balconettes shapewear and underwear solutions. With great brands from Triumph to Wonderbra and Ultimo to Playtex, be the first to browse each of the designs in lace, satin, gel and cotton in bold brights to neutral nudes.

Mix glamour and comfort with the stunning Wonderbra range of gel and push up bras. This huge name has always produced the finest standard of gorgeous lingerie and Next's selection has some stunning examples from their latest range of products. Next also stock stylish and comfortable maternity wear and nursing bras from lingerie brand Freya as well as comfortable lightweight every day bras from Playtex.

For more great underwear solutions, Lytess, Flexees and Spanx slimming shapewear can be found at Next online, perfect to wear underneath those summer bodycons and maxi dresses. Think easy pull-on bodyshapers, waistsnippers and shaping cami tops. For the larger bust, Curvy Kate is an on-trend option with stylish lingerie designed to flatter a larger D-H bust.

Next of course also have their own excellent underwear collections; full of well reviewed bras, underwear and shapewear designed with style and comfort in mind. Their signature range includes the WOW bra, which has been adapted to make the WOW bikini, swimsuit and even miracle figure enhancing dresses.

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