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Why 5 bras are better than 2…

How many bras do you really need in your wardrobe? One, two, three…twenty? Is it ok to own just one bra that you use, wash, dry overnight and then use again the next morning? Absolutely, if you want to buy a new bra every other month. Here’s why five bras are better than two (and no, we’re not saying that just to sell more bras).

She helps women find the right bra size without meeting them in person

Miss Mary of Sweden’s customer service advises women all over the world every day on different bra problems. We asked our customer service manager Ida about her top tips on how to work out which size women should wear without meeting them and how they work to provide the best possible experience to the customer.

Which bra personality are you?

The choice of a bra is highly personal. Do you choose the bra because you love the look of it or because it feels so comfortable? Maybe style and looks don’t matter as much, maybe you prefer one with functional features. We have listed the most common bra archetypes and picked a top bra choice for each persona. Which one are you?

Help! My bra feels too warm

Bras can sometimes feel warm for various reasons, perhaps because of the time of year, the menopause, medication or some other cause. Whatever the reason, there’s a solution. Here’s what you should look for in a bra or underwear so they don’t make you feel even warmer.

Are there undergarments that cool the body?

During the warm months of the year or during the menopause, it’s nice to wear cooler garments. Our best suggestion for dressing to stay cool is to start underneath, i.e. with the right kind of undergarments. It can really make a difference. Here, we take a closer look at something many don’t know exists – undergarments that cool the skin.

 

As a designer my focus is always on Miss Mary’s customers

What is it like working as a lingerie designer? This week in our blog we meet Miss Mary’s designer and pattern designer Marie-Louise Asphäll to get an insight into how new collections are created. We also ask her if she has any personal favourites in the range. You’ll find the answers to this and much more in our in-depth interview.

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