Dial N for N-spired ~ Natori

By Ali Cudby

It is always exciting to see established lingerie brands expand their range.  When they grow into full-busted sizes, it’s a decision made only after careful consideration.  Full-busted bras are a tricky business because asking a small strip of fabric to do the job of supporting and shaping larger breasts means more engineering, new fit models, possibly even different manufacturing techniques.  In other words – it takes real work and dedication to excellence to get it right.

N Natori, the new full-busted line from Natori, delivers a stylish package with superior fit, and all at a surprisingly attainable price point.

The line has been built on a foundation of a few styles, intelligently conceived.  The current collection has been designed for cup sizes D-H, and band sizes ranging from 32 to 40.  From this strong platform, the company plans expansion in coming seasons.

The N line offers the basics of a lingerie wardrobe – contour cup, cut and sewn unlined underwire, and a soon-to-be-released plunge style.  The bras feature elements to highlight fit and comfort, such as power mesh backs and gel straps.  Many of the styles feature fabrics that lie flat, but are enhanced with visual appeal designed to be invisible under clothes, so women get the benefit of a smooth cup look without the plain Jane blahs.

N Natori encourages women to, “celebrate your curves, never sacrifice style for comfort and always look your best from the inside out.  It’s all about the perfect fit and that boost of confidence to get you where you want to go.”

That’s N-spiring, at any size.

READ more about the Natori Feathers Bra on Lingerie Briefs “Courting Beauty”

READ more about the Natori Bliss Panties on Lingerie Briefs “Natori Underwear”


Discussion about this post

  1. joy says:

    I live in Brooklyn,NY. Where can I purchase these lovely items?

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