You've probably heard me yelling "Damn you, Maidenform, and your barbed underwire ... You're getting there, Jockey! Keep trying. What I'd like to propose is that we work together. I will help you design the perfect sports bra for the lady who probably.
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The major American intimate apparel manufacturer, Jockey, recently announced ... Although Joceky has replaced traditional bra underwires with '3-D contour support,' the hard material feels much like the underwire of my usual bra, anyway.
To find out the hottest trends for undergarments for spring and to find out how to ensure the best fit, I spoke with Catherine Swick, Merchandiser, Women's at Jockey Catherine ... What is the difference between underwire, soft bras and other types of.
I skimmed over the men wearing nothing but Jockey ... sport coats or his and hers matching pearl-button western wear. But you can still find velour track suits in lime green on Page 60. And modest beige bras and cotton briefs -- along with a plunging.
From knickers made with fabric that absorbs odour, to shapewear that dispenses cellulite smoothing moisturiser and bras with silicon instead of underwire ... and technology to get the commercial edge. "Sports apparel companies used to think of the trainer.
And, dare we say, so are underwire bras. In addition to getting the ... New lines of detector-free clothing and marketing campaigns may not be far off. Jockey International introduced a new bra seven months ago that uses Mylar under the cup rather than.
Apparel retailer Jockey says it has reinvented the bra with a patented "volumetric fit system" that does away with the underwire and replaces the 80-year-old alphanumeric sizing format, but is it worth the $60 price tag? Sue Barton, 60, was fitted for a.