Last year we told you that yellow is a lucky underwear color to be wearing on New Year’s Eve. I only found a few pairs of yellow panties then but this year I’ve found quite a bit! To bring yourself good luck this year, click here to read the details and then check out these pretty yellow knickers you might want to wear. We only chose ones that you have a chance of finding in-store in the next couple days (depending on which shops are around you), so there are no online-only brands here! Click the images to visit the retailers’ websites.
We’ve shown you the Ambrielle Spring 2008 lingerie line a little over a week ago — I promised to show you the shapewear too, so here goes! The line is designed to tuck tummies, nip waists and give hips a lift in new innovative fabrics that guarantee comfort. It’s nothing life-changing, but it’s affordable and effective shapewear, so very good value for money!
More info? jcp.com!
We mentioned JC Penney’s lingerie line Ambrielle some time ago — and seeing as I felt bad admitting I hadn’t heard of ‘m, I went on a little research-spree. Turns out it’s not that surprising I hadn’t heard of the label, seeing as it’s exclusive to JC Penney, and completely unavailable here in Belgium. That’s life!
Still, after taking a closer look at the pieces, it seems like a very good “bang for buck”-brand. Flirtatious and hip lingerie at great prices. Lovely bras of well under $20 are no exception! For their Spring 2008 collection they went for shades of cool greens, sweet pinks, berry blues and warm yellows — a pairing to summer wardrobes. The line features a variety of styles in both bras and panties that will make (and I quote) “what goes under your clothes as much of a fashion statement as the clothes themselves”.
I like the looks, but I suggest you make up your own opinion — we’ve got pics! 🙂
Ambrielle has a lovely website — make sure you check it out (and make sure to keep your eyes open for Ambrielle on TLP!).
This is the introductory tv ad for JCPenney’s Ambrielle label. It’s 100% completely new to me (even though the commercial is anything but new) — so I suppose this hasn’t become a global killer brand. Is it still around in the US? Does anybody know? Have any of our readers tried these? I want info!! 🙂