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Feminine, Fresh New Look for Big Girls

Feminine, Fresh New Look for Big Girls

BRISBANE, Feb. 19 /Medianet International-AsiaNet/ --

The days of outsized frumpiness are gone. Thanks to Big Girls Don’t Cry Anymore, fuller figured women now have the choice of a huge variety of fashionable and feminine lingerie, right up to an L cup.

The number of fuller figured women is on the increase in New Zealand. Many of these women struggle to find lingerie that fits correctly and provides style and femininity. However, one business is turning that around and offering beautiful underwear which is specially created for larger sizes.

Big Girls Don’t Cry has been operating successfully for the last 16 years. Based in Brisbane, Australia, the business operates a comprehensive mail order service and has attracted a huge interest from women in New Zealand. Their staff are trained to provide accurate fittings over the telephone and they are more than happy to ring customers, wherever they are.

Big Girls Don’t Cry Anymore sources the latest lingerie fashions from around the globe and is selling them to this niche larger market. The collection includes this season’s hottest colours and styles.

The products are going down extremely well with the larger sized market who have previous been starved of elegant, fashionable lingerie.

``We are really excited to be delivering such gorgeous products to our customers’’ said Big Girls owner, Karen Edbrooke, ``Our collection of styles is making fuller figured women feel fantastic!’’

For more information about the Big Girls Don’t Cry Anymore and their products and fittings, or to request a free catalogue please call them on + 61 7 3257 1644 or visit


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