Whether you’re planning a romantic weekend away for your other half or plan to treat yourself on February 14, Valentine’s Day proves the perfect excuse to update your underwear drawer.This season, the high street has been struck by Cupid’s bow and retailers such as Figleaves and Marks and Spencer have stocked their shelves with seriously covetable lingerie sets.Those willing to splurge in the name of romance should head to Love Stories; a hot brand to have on your radar. Without a single underwire bra in sight, the lingerie label is here to provide a ‘holiday for your boobs’ (their words) and has been given the thumbs up by the fashion crowd.We have our hearts set on the pastel-hued bralette.Meanwhile, Figleaves offers inclusive sizes from 30B to 38G in a range of everyday styles sure to prove a great investment.From sustainable chic at Stella McCartney to seriously lust-worthy pieces, these are the best lingerie sets to treat yourself – or a loved one – to this Valentine’s Day.
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Jessica Vincent opened her days of the week underwear box set and was ‘horrified’ by what she discovered. In a Facebook post that’s gone viral, Melbourne resident Jessica Vincent wrote that she is a longtime-admirer of Peter Alexander, an Australian fashion designer well known for his signature label of undies and sleepwear. “Dear Peter Alexander, it is with regret that I inform you I must make a complaint,” Vincent wrote in her Facebook post.” After years of being a student, Vincent had never been able to afford the coveted items from Peter Alexander.