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John Lewis Oxford Street store to unveil Spanx Party Pop
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Nov '13
For a limited time only, this December will see the launch of the first Spanx Party Pop-Up in the lingerie department at John Lewis’s flagship store on Oxford Street.

From 2nd-15th December, to complement the existing lingerie advice service at John Lewis stores in the UK, the Spanx pop-up shop will offer women the ultimate shapewear consultation in time for the Christmas party season.

The Spanx pop-up shop at John Lewis will play host to a full range of figure-flattering Spanx shapewear and base essentials for the party season. Customers can ask for a one-to-one appointment with an expert lingerie and shapewear fitter who will help customers find the best shapewear solution whatever the occasion.

Jo Hooper, Head of Lingerie Buying at John Lewis, says: “A good piece of shapewear can transform your party look by creating the appearance of a firmer and tighter silhouette. Our lingerie fitters know the best products on the market as well as top tips and tricks on how to use shapewear to your advantage when pulling an outfit together.”

“SPANX takes care of that extra five pounds that come with holiday indulgence,” says Spanx Founder Sara Blakely. “Now women can find the perfect shaper for their shape at John Lewis and trim their tummy while trimming the tree!”

When selecting your Spanx, consider these tips to ensure a comfy fit and smooth silhouette:

- Make sure you wear the right size. If you are in the right fit, your Spanx should not roll, ride or pinch. Often women think that sizing down drastically will give them extra slimming compression, but it often sacrifices fit and comfort.

-You can’t have just one! While some women think they only need one piece of shapewear that is not the case. Think of it like shoes – you need different styles for different outfits and occasions

- Do not wear a mid-thigh shaper with trousers. Go with a style that does not stop on the thigh and create a line, like the Super Footless Shaper. For skirts and dresses, choose a mid-thigh silhouette.

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