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Best & Less has recently launched a new size-inclusive women’s lingerie line and one pair of underwear has been garnering high praise from happy shoppers.
The Midi One Size Fits All briefs are only $8 each and are made from a flexible four-way stretch fabric that allows it to change size to cater for an Australian size 8 to 22.
Super soft to touch and very stretchy, they’ve been part of the brand’s offering for a few years but a new on-trend blush pink colour has recently been released as part of the Perfect Fit lingerie range.
“I love these! Only things I wear now!” one shopper commented alongside an Instagram post of the undies last week, “Please never stop making them!”
“Seriously the most comfortable undies ever!” a second shopper wrote, “You can’t even feel you’re wearing them.”
Others chimed in with similar praise, saying, “I love these undies so comfortable,” and “Actually the best for pregnancy.”
The undies are all about comfort and coverage and are designed to fit well regardless of whether you're having a bloated day or not.
While they're definitely not seamless, they have a seamless feel around the waist and are available in 20 different colours, with some shades currently on sale for as little as $1.
The One Size Fits All range also includes a bodysuit, cami and shorties made of the same stretchy material.
Size inclusive bras
Best & Less launched its new size-inclusive Perfect Fit line of underwear, bras and camis earlier this month, with the aim of offering trendy and affordable lingerie up to size 26 for underwear and 20DD for bras.
Bras in the range start at just $10 and briefs from $6, with the tag line encouraging shoppers to "be one of a kind, be unique, be you."
"Best & Less has always offered the most extensive range, catering to every woman and her fit," Andrea Kenworthy, Best & Less's Head of Adults Merchandise tells Yahoo Lifestyle, "Inclusiveness has always been inherent to our offering, not a recent addition to meet consumer and social demand."
"In saying that, we listen closely to our customers' feedback and are actively working with suppliers to offer as much of the same products across as many sizes as possible.
"Fuller bust bras with extended cup sizes was the most recent move, with modern fashion shaped briefs added to be more inclusive too."
Other affordable Australian department stores are also committed to size diversity, with Kmart stocking a reasonable selection of bra styles up to size 22E, while Big W has a range of styles up to 24DD and Target up to 26G.
As you’d expect, plus-size specific retailers offer the most amount of choice and diversity in terms of styles and sizes, and lingerie label Curvy stocks a good selection of styles up until 34J and has a limited range bras up to 36H.
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