One of the best places I've seen plus size undergarments is on www.hipsandcurves.com. It's kind of sexy, but there's a great deal on their site.
The best undergarment I have seen in a long time is Body Magic by Ardyss..
The Larger Woman is simply "bigger" in certain places, and because of the limited ability of the skin to hold body fat firmly in place, the skin tends to stretch with additional pounds. There's NOTHING like foundation wear to help the skin support the weight, and give the silhouette a "bump-less" landscape to cover. There are so many pretty undergarments available for the larger woman, but she must always remember to make sure she's purchasing garments with proper FIT. Even the prettiest article will not be flattering to the figure if it causes un-natural bulges, or contributes to making the larger woman into a character of the "Michelin Man".
Foundation wear for the Plus-size figure is designed to target the most common "problem spots", ie., full bellies, jiggling thighs, abundant breasts that tend to spill out of a bra, and derrieres that tend to spread. Good foundation wear doesn't have to be uncomfortable, hot, or ugly; there are many beautiful designs for larger women on the market.
If you're looking for fitting advice for choosing foundationwear for the larger figure, visit my website, http://m-ladys-closet.com
Please visit www.ardysslife.com/thabodyshoppe or email:email@example.com (email them and they will give you a bigggg discount)
Looking for the undergarments for the plus size women then please visit-http://www.dlaso.co.uk/Plus-Sizes/
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