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Romance Shop celebrates September as Underwear month
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Sep '12
The Romance Shop announced that September is the launch of their first ever underwear month.

“We’re celebrating all things intimate during the month of September at The Romance Shop. Whether you’re preference is for thongs, satin, lace or even something a little on the naughty side, September is the month to buy at The Romance Shop. We have such a great range to choose from and cater to a variety of tastes.”

“Our clients provide regular feedback in regard to the type of underwear that they’re looking for. They want to feel sexy and desirable in quality lingerie that still leaves something to the imagination. They want something that’s far removed from their everyday bras and briefs and are looking for pieces with a hint of sexiness that add a touch of allure.”

“If purchasing a little bit of satin and lace can make you feel confident, sexy, desirable and attractive then there’s never been a better time to treat yourself.”

With regard to trends it seems that anything goes when it comes to intimates this season. Brights, neon's, prints, sheers and lace and by the look of some of the latest collections, the sexier the better. There’s even a variety of 50’s and burlesque inspired pieces hitting the mainstream with great success.

Times of economic uncertainty appear to be times when women really want to spoil themselves with something special. It’s almost as though beautiful lingerie is there to compensate for the economic gloom.

“So come on girls, start making the most of your curves and flaunt your god given assets in some sexy underwear from The Romance Shop”.

The Romance Shop

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