I always buy my lingerie and swimwear from Bravissimo, so you can imagine how excited I was when I discovered that the “bras for big boobs” lingerie label had created a sister label, Pepperberry, which aims to provide well fitting clothes for ladies with big bangers. Hurrah! No more gaping shirts with baggy waists!
The Pepperberry range includes dresses, jackets, coats, tops, skirts, and trousers, as well as an array of accessories such as bags, belts, scarves, and jewellery, to complement the clothes. I already have my eye on a classic white shirt and a beautiful navy skirt. The collection focuses on fashionable clothes (size 8-18) that fit and flatter the curvier figure, which can often prove problematic for women who aren’t one generic size all over. So many high street stores don’t consider shape when sizing their garments (an obvious problem when buying off the rack, but we don’t all have budgets to buy bespoke, and how many of us can be bothered with constant alterations?) meaning a woman who is different sizes on top, bottom and round her waist can’t always find a the perfect fit. In terms of sizing and styling, like Bravissimo, Pepperberry garments are designed with boobs in mind and the entire range has been created so women can buy clothes that compliment their curves, without having to worry that their Bravissimo lace is peeking out through a straining button ready to ping into the eye of a ogling passer-by.
Pepperberry is due to launch in the UK in both stand-alone Pepperberry stores – and will go on sale alongside Bravissimo lingerie in selected outlets. Now when I’m shopping for lingerie, I’ll also be tempted to buy entire new outfits from head to toe. Like I need an excuse.
Top images: Pepperberry collection.
Bottom images: Bravissimo SS11 collection.
Images courtesy of Shiny Red.
I think Pepperberry has made an excellent start. Am looking forward to seeing how they translate seasonal trends but have made a great job with the basics.
Both my underwear drawer and I would love to see Bravissimo and Pepperberry in Dundee soon. Also think Perth would be an excellent market for it.