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'Magi-Fit' new tummy control range for women
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Mar '10
Leading home shopping company JD Williams have just launched a new tummy control range for women, with slimming trousers, jeans and skirts for plus size women up to a size 32.

Exclusive to JD Williams, the revolutionary Magi-Fit range is the latest in tummy control garment technology that features a hidden light control panel within clothes to hold in the tummy without being restrictive, discretely creating a sleeker and slimmer silhouette.

JD Williams loves plus size curves, but understands that women sometimes like to conceal those womanly lumps and bumps, which can prove difficult with tight fitting clothing. That's why the Magi-fit range has cleverly designed fashionable clothing with built in control pants to ensure women look and feel great every time.

Career minded women will love the formal Magi-fit trousers and tailored skirts in black, grey and navy blue that make women look fabulous in the office, while Magi-fit have also created more casual denim skirts and fashionable jeans for flattering everyday looks.

Designed with real women in mind, Magi-Fit clothes are available up to a size 32, with trousers and jeans in leg lengths 27in to 32in, looking after women of all shapes and sizes.

J D Williams & Company Limited is part of N Brown Group plc.

J D Williams & Company Limited


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