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Lauren
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@Vickster 33759 wrote:

This reminded me of a conversation I had with my Mum this weekend. I have recently discovered wear your own bra thigh slimmers, which I have now named “sucky in things”. They are half price in Yours at the moment, and as I had had such success with my first one, I thought I would get a second one. There is a Yours shop in Ashford, where my Mum lives, and as she was going into town on Saturday, I asked her if she wouldn’t mind grabbing one for me, plus a “waist cincher”, as they were only £8 and I thought I would give it a go (thinking it might help support my back a bit, as the thigh one has made such a difference to my posture!). So, I got a text from my Mum Saturday evening saying “I’ve got your sucky in thing, and your item of torture”…goodness knows what anyone would think if they had read the text!!! 😉

Hahaha! That is SO funny!

I have two of the ‘wear your own bra’ slips. they are magic! I also have some dresses that have one already built into them. GENIUS! M&S are doing lots more designs with this feature. Even small women have lumps and bumps they want to smooth out.

http://www.marksandspencer.com/MSSearchResultsDisplayCmd?&searchTerm=Secret+support+dresses&langId=-24&storeId=10151&catalogId=10051&categoryId=0&typeAhead=

Ronni Nicole | QVCUK.com

The QVC ones are fab too. I have several 😉

ps not sure any of them come with ‘items of torture’ though haha!

Doodah x

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