The Smooth Lace Shaping collection features the technological innovation that customers have come to expect from Naomi & Nicole - the patented Wonderful Edge silicone finish. It prevents each of these garments from riding and rolling up.
It’s applied directly to the fabric at the hem or the legs, without the need for seams or elastics. And, since it consists of many, distinct rows of silicone that stretch with the fabric, rather than just a single, rigid band, the Wonderful Edge is surprisingly breathable, cool, and comfortable.
This collection consists of the following five, incredibly comfortable and fashionable styles: the Torsette (Style 7481), which is designed to be worn with the wearers’ own bra; the Waist Cincher (Style 7482), which shapes the figure between the underbust and the hips; the Hi-Waist Brief (Style 7485), which rises to the underbust; the Hi-Waist Boy Short (Style 7486), which rests between the underbust and the upper thighs; and the Torsette Bodybriefer (Style 7483), which smooths the figure from the back to the derriere.
About Naomi & Nicole
Naomi & Nicole first introduced in 2002, is a brand of women’s intimate apparel made by Cupid Intimates that’s comfortable, fashionable, and innovatively designed. Its diverse lines of panties and shapewear incorporate great fabrics, cutting-edge product features, and updated looks at affordable prices for the contemporary customer.
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