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  • Fantagf's Avatar
    17,292 posts since Jun '08
    • Originally posted by candiz:

      no $$


      What a waste!  I now no budget for it though I need wacoal bras.

      I have wearing for long already as Wacoal provides excellent support - front and side support.   I tried other brands but support lousy or no support at all.

  • 我很cute的,我不会咬你的
    TehJarVu's Avatar
    104,503 posts since Dec '03
    • fifi
      about 54kg
      about 168cm

      ie. not very fat not very thin
      maybe a size 12 person

      VS undies should order what size?

  • viciouskitty74's Avatar
    17,875 posts since Jun '05
    • Originally posted by TehJarVu:

      fifi
      about 54kg
      about 168cm

      ie. not very fat not very thin
      maybe a size 12 person

      VS undies should order what size?

       

      Undies?  Whats the waist and butt measurements?

      And what pattern of undies?  Strings, you can get size S.

      For low waist undies, can take maximum size M.

      Go for the hipster waist and bikinis.....the rest are way too much materials for asian butts.

       

      I flatuated between size 10-12.  And wearing their M is kinda too big.

       

  • Queen of sgForums
    驚世駭俗醜不啦嘰 moderatress
    FireIce's Avatar
    242,602 posts since Dec '99
    • me wear XS for their underwear..... for all the cuts
      im size 8/10

      i think for ur fren or lover or whoever that is, u can get S?

  • Fantagf's Avatar
    17,292 posts since Jun '08
  • Bangulzai's Avatar
    4,674 posts since Feb '09
    • Cabbage reborn as fresh green Japanese lingerie

      TOKYO (Reuters Life!) - It isn't exactly the most exciting of vegetables, but the humble cabbage has inspired a budding Japanese lingerie designer and won her the chance to showcase her creations on the world stage.

      Tokyo fashion design student Sachino Kurozu's multi-layered underwear in a fresh green, inspired by a sprouting cabbage, was picked as this year's winner of a Tokyo lingerie competition organized by underwear manufacturer Triumph, known for its novelty bras featuring unusual designs.



      Triumph's most recent promotional offering was a bra with an electronic nuptial clock for husband-hunting women.

      Kurozu, 20, said her design was intended to express women's "blooming beauty." She will now go on to compete at a global Triumph contest in Milan later this year.

      "The cabbage underwear was so cute. Many designers adapted Japanese themes, but the cabbage one was so unique and catchy," said Haruna Hirasawa, a fashion student at the show.

      Cabbages were not the only vegetables on offer. Another design student created underwear entitled "Onion," featuring brown frills.

      The winner of Triumph's Milan competition will receive a cash prize and the opportunity to adapt their design into a commercial underwear set.

      Last year, a Japanese student designer won the international award with her lingerie collection, "Under Skin."

      (Reporting by Toshi Maeda, editing by Miral Fahmy)

  • cassie's Avatar
    47,064 posts since May '08
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    FireIce's Avatar
    242,602 posts since Dec '99
  • candiz's Avatar
    755 posts since Nov '08
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    FireIce's Avatar
    242,602 posts since Dec '99
  • viciouskitty74's Avatar
    17,875 posts since Jun '05
    • Er heh heh heh....

      I went into JB last minute on Friday and was at Trebau City Jusco.

      Went errrm.....bra shopping and bought six 36C Scarlett bras at Rm15 each. 5 of them in cream/beige/nude colours and 1 in black colours as push up tee shirt bras.  They are to cater for days when I am bloated.

    • Just made a order for 4 sets of body shaping underwears.

      Comes with a camisole to shape the body from the breast to under the bras and two pieces of underwears.  One is high waisted  girdle that pulls in the tummy and thighs and another is just short girdle underwear.

      Was told that wearing it every day will help slim or shape your sihoulette better.

      I tried it in Thailand and it works quite well.  Can wear day in and day out type.

  • Queen of sgForums
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    FireIce's Avatar
    242,602 posts since Dec '99
    • now addicted to VS bras......

    • Triumph Promotion: 1st set at $10 off *

      Triumph Promotion at TANGS

      Triumph has introduced their new Intelligent memory cushion push-up bra.

      They are offering:
      - 1st set at $10 off
      - 2nd set at $20 off
      - 3rd set at $30 off

       

      Be a Triumph-TANGS Rewards Cardmember with $80 nett purchase. Get $20 worth of bonus points with purchase of every Cushion bra set.

      Terms & conditions apply.

      On now - ends April 7.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bq32pIR9fU

      more info here
      http://www.triumph.com/sg
    • i went to touch touch feel feel the triumph memory cushion
      feels nice lehhhhhhhh

      price tag oso nice
      $84

  • alfagal's Avatar
    16,865 posts since Sep '05
    • Originally posted by FireIce:

      i went to touch touch feel feel the triumph memory cushion
      feels nice lehhhhhhhh

      price tag oso nice
      $84


      wa..damn nice price tag

  • BanguIzai's Avatar
    7,310 posts since Mar '10
    • Carlin International : SS 2010 Lingerie Trends - Lingerie or Ready-To-Wear... It's a Bustier or nothing!

      Pascale, in your opinion, what is the most important piece of lingerie for Spring 2010? 

      With out a doubt, it’s the bustier. 
      The strapless top shape is a knowing combination of bra and corset. It’s shorter than a corset and doesn’t go beyond the navel. 
      Thanks to this particularity, it is often worn without straps, which makes it an ideal product for summer; it easily adapts to all ready-to-wear necklines. 
      The catwalks appropriated this piece of lingerie, using it in tops or dresses, without straps or on one shoulder. 


      How do you wear a bustier? 

      We suggest 4 ways of varying the bustier, with uses that are very different. 



      The first is a strapless bandeau shape, here in very transparent, graphic lace. The shape is architectural, very refined and just high-cut enough to adapt to RTW bandeau-bustier shapes. Its vocation is to be forgotten, all while remaining very feminine. 



      Secondly, we have a square neckline, very well suited to sundresses with wide straps and that also have a corsage cut-out. 



      Third, we have a « Modesty » cut-out. This shape has been studied to slip under very plunging necklines and to veil notches that are too pronounced. It’s not always easy to take on a neckline open to the navel! Using check shirting like a top also gives a connotation that is less “lingerie”. 



      Last, we have a product to really be worn as an over-under top, influenced by the apron shape, in embroidered cotton. And that’s why the bustier will be the must for our summer 2010 wardrobes! 

      Pascale Briand, Lingerie stylist - Carlin International 


      Sources : Carlin International

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    FireIce's Avatar
    242,602 posts since Dec '99
  • Junyang700's Avatar
    8,039 posts since Feb '08
    • Haha... And I initially thought this thread is about gahmen... real garment sia.... LOL...

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    242,602 posts since Dec '99
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