Amazing Lingerie To Add To Your Payday Hit List

If you still haven’t decided what your payday treat should be this month, then worry not – we have you sorted. The whole LOOK office has been swooning over Bravissimo’s amazing new summer drop, so we have selected the very best pieces to make your payday splurge worthwhile.

With loads of amazing brands – from Cleo by Panache to Curvy Kate and Freya – there are bras and knickers galore to choose from. And – as everyone knows – nothing makes you feel more special than when you’re wearing amazing lingerie.

Our very own Head Of Fashion News, Lucy Wood headed down to the store to get fitted and find out why Bravissimo is taking the lingerie world by storm right now. Find out what she thought here and how big a difference wearing the right size can mean for nailing summer’s hottest trends!

READ: Your Summer Lingerie Needs Are Sorted!

All there is to do is decide what style of undies you’re in the market for, but whatever it is, Bravissimo definitely have you covered in working the hottest trends this summer has seen.

Bardot tops are having a major revival this summer, meaning you’ll need a killer strapless bra. We are in love with Panache’s nude number which will work with any coloured top and keep you supported all day (and night) long!

If it’s a tight pencil frock you’re planning on wearing this season, then make sure you try out Freya’s polka dot T-shirt bra, which sits super snug against you and won’t show any visible lines.

And last of all, if you’ve got a romantic summer holiday planned then we direct you straight to the Curvy Kate pink lace set which is just the ticket for summer date night!

What are you waiting for? It’s time to check out the amazing selection of undies and choose your fave for a payday treat! And at such affordable prices, you might need to get more than one set…

If you like what you see – which we know you will – then why not enter our amazing competition where you can win a £50 voucher to spend in store! Good luck and happy shopping!

By Amy de Klerk