Felina and Conturelle lingerie ranges are now available in Australia.
Felina and Conturelle lingerie ranges are now available in Australia. Contributed.

Ladies, how are your knickers?

THIS is a question for the female readers only.

How are your knickers?

We're not being personal, just feeling rather pleased about the arrival of glamorous European lingerie brands in Australia.

It made us think of how often women neglect their underwear as they move into their senior years.

Many women tend to go for comfort ahead of glamour as they age but now with arrival of the Felina and Conturelle ranges in Australia, we can have both.

And no need to concern ourselves about beautiful underwear coming in skimpy sizes for svelte figures only.

These brands go up to size 28 with bra cup sizes to suit.

Doris Jablonsky, agent for this European lingerie, strongly believes a woman should buy beautiful underwear for one person only: herself.

"When you put on nice underwear it makes you feel good," Doris said.

"It makes a big difference to how you feel about yourself.

"If you look in the mirror and instead of seeing shapeless panties and saggy bras, you see good quality, comfortable underwear you are going to feel better about yourself."

The brands are backed by 130 years of heritage and are among the oldest and most respected lingerie labels in the world.

Delicate lace, sensual silk, intricate detailing and super soft fabrics are expertly crafted into beautiful designs showcasing a combination of glamour and style with the all-important comfort.

The collections are designed in Germany and almost exclusively manufactured in Europe under stringent quality control.

The pieces are all designed to enhance natural curves with secret support panelling and technical and breathable fabrics.

The brands are sold in 50 countries globally and now available in specialist boutiques in Australia.


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