Underwear can make or break an outfit. Yet buying good-quality lingerie is something we delay. Our picks will have you marching straight to your nearest Jet, so read on for our selection of the best summer lingerie.
If you’re on a tight budget but still looking for silky smooth fabric with just a hint of lace, Jet’s two-pack bras are the ultimate buy. Go for a floral design to perk up your mood.
Available in two different colours and styles, Jet’s teddy are the most versatile lingerie: wear yours in the bedroom or dress it up with a pair of jeans and heels for a night out on the town. Available in pink, black or charcoal. Try them on for size at a Jet store near you.
2-PACK LACE BRAS
Support meets sultry with Jet’s 2-pack lace bras. Choose from a range of underwire bras in different lace designs and details. And when it comes to panty styles, we’ve got you sorted. Bikini, Brazilian or boyleg… the choice is yours.
A lot more than just a bra and a little less than a dress, the chemise is the ultimate negligee. Offering underwire bust support and a unique racerback design, Jet’s chemises are just the ticket for a special occasion (or simply when you’re feeling yourself!) Pair with a thong and you’re all set to make a statement.
There’s no such thing as too much underwear. When in doubt, buy in bulk! Get your three-pack panties at a Jet store near you.
HOW TO MEASURE THE TREASURE
Your cup size might vary with changes in your hormone levels, so it’s best to measure on a regular day, when you’re not menstruating and your breasts feel normal.
Band (under-bust) size
Using a seamstress’ tape measure (a fabric one), place it directly under your bust. Make sure it’s level all the way around and take the measurement. It’s best to round off to an even number, as band measurements are all in even numbers. Use this chart to convert your size from centimetres to inches.
Loosely measure the fullest part of your bust, going all the way around, and again round off to the nearest even number as you did with the band size. Naturally this will be a bigger size than your band measurement. Taking your under-bust measurement and subtracting this from your bust measurement will give you your cup size. Use this chart to find your cup size.