Wearing pretty lingerie is a simple way to feel your feminine best. Whether mired in the throes of corporate mergers, child care or college courses, you know that underneath it all, you look absolutely stunning.
Victoria’s Secret has lifted the concept of sexy lingerie from sleazy to naughty AND nice. Who would have thought a few years ago that models parading in their underwear would be a prime time television show? When I grew up, looking at the Sears catalog models in their ugly white under-armor was considered risque. Perhaps you remember those stitched, pointed missile bras? Or the full-body corsets. Ugh.
We live in a new and more enlightened century, thank goodness. During a review of the current Victoria’s Secret catalog, I found beautiful bras perfect for your busy, exciting lifestyle!
You are a Practical Mom. Your day is spent keeping dozens of balls in the air: child care, housekeeping, money management, schedule coordination, husband handling. The word multi-tasking was invented for YOU. You probably feel you don’t have time for yourself, let alone choosing and wearing lovely lingerie. Besides, it has to survive baby spit-up and being washed in the wrong load. Victoria’s Secret VS Cotton™ collection is the answer. Yes, even easy care, comfy cotton bras now come in sexy styles and vibrant colors. Goodbye, frumpy housewife!
You are a Top Executive. Aren’t you glad that feminine is back in style? Gone are the days of football-shouldered power suits. Still, some positions still require that you wear a suit, hose and heels. Cleavage and short skirts don’t meet the dress code. But underneath that polished, professional veneer, you are a sexual dynamo. Your awareness of your vibrant sensuality underscores all your deals–to the delight and discomfort of your opponents. Wear the Victoria’s Secret Very Sexy® collection under your most conservative suits and conquer the world!
You are a Sexpot on the Prowl. Yes, it’s the weekend and you are looking for love. The gloves are off as you choose your sexiest, most flattering outfit. The goal is to be NOTICED. No shy, retiring wallflowers here. You want to dazzle, tempt and intrigue the partner of your choice! Start at the skin with Victoria’s Secret Sexy Little Things® Adjustable Push-Up Bra. This padded, underwire bra adjusts your cleavage from natural to moderate to extreme so you can wear what looks best in your outfit. The straps have options, too, from standard to strapless to halter or crossback. No worries about bra straps showing to hinder your good time. Get out there, tigress!
You are a Conscientious Consumer. You were Green before it was fashionable. You’ve been a vegetarian since you were twelve. You recycle, carry cloth shopping bags and take the bus. Fair trade is the only trade as far as you are concerned. But underneath that philosophically correct exterior is a woman who loves pretty things as much as anyone. Victoria’s Secret has a solution for you. The new Organic Collection is made from fair trade cotton grown by women-owned cooperatives! In Burkina Faso, no less.
How perfect. You’ll be sexy AND eco-friendly!
You are a Bohemian. Creative, eclectic, original, you define your own style. You might be a writer or artist living in a SoHo garret. Or a hot, fresh talent working Madison Avenue. Maybe you are a small business owner selling trendy foods or wares. But where ever, whatever, you pride yourself on your unconventional approach to work, life, romance–even your undies. Victoria’s Secret’s Italian-inspired line, Intimissimi, is like you: a blend of the sophisticated and the unexpected.
You are an International Diva. Goddess in human flesh, you exemplify the beautiful, spoiled and sensual. Your talent on stage, screen or in manipulating wealthy men has brought you to the very peak of notoriety and reward. Only the very, very, VERY best will do for your little rapacious heart. Victoria’s Secret must have been reading your mind when they created their annual Diamond Bra. With a price tag of $5 million, you’ll be one of a kind at that upcoming Monte Carlo gala. And isn’t that the point?