Bras N Things – This Is How We Roll
Bold lines, sassy strapping and striking back detail are the standout fashion features in Bras N Things’ new collection. The How We Roll campaign launched recently and features Gabriella Giovanardi and Jennifer Berg.
Showcasing the racer back trend, the new Zoey range also features super smooth matt micro fabrication for maximum comfort, Bras N Things’ famous Matisse push up cup, centre front closure and cut-out detailing. Pair with Brazilian style briefs with matching cut-out design.
With a stunning pop of red, dare to be bold in the Wildfire bra and brief set or bodysuit. Created with super soft micro fabrics, this set is comfortable and perfect for wearing every day. Intricate cross over straps are a dramatic feature of this range along with racer back lace panels that make this set and bodysuit perfect for layering as a fashion piece. Pair with a matching high waist brief, a classic style that flatters all body shapes.
Modern and sophisticated with gorgeous lace and mesh, the full cup Livia features a balconette cup with oversized hook and eye front detailing. Pair with matching Brazilian briefs to complete the look.
The lace bodice paired with nude lining makes the Moana bodysuit a stand out piece to layer for a night out or pair with jeans for a more casual look. The ladder elastic feature at the waist creates an effortless hourglass shape while the Brazilian cut ensures an easy, comfortable fit.
Feminine and sleek, the Midnight Dreams sleep set features beautiful soft satin with lace detailing. With on-trend cowl-shaped neckline, the cami also features adjustable straps to ensure a great fit. While the shorts combine comfort and style with a smooth front waistband with mock tie and elasticated back. Available in size 8 – 14.
Available now in Bras N Things stores Australia-wide and online at www.brasnthings.com.
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