If you are planning to update your underwear drawer but are not sure where to head, be inspired by our round up of 10 underwear brands that fashion editors always turn to. From seriously comfortable basics that you’ll want to wear everyday to more delicate fine lingerie that is made for those special occasions, here are the best spots to know for updating your lingerie collection.
If it’s comfortable everyday underwear you are in need of, Commando is a name to know. The Canadian brand is famed for its basics, which are made with a high-tech microfibre fabric that creates an invisible effect. As well as bras, briefs and thongs, the label also creates slips, bodysuits, cycling shorts and leggings, meaning you can also wear this underwear as outerwear, as many A-listers have, including Bella Hadid and Ashley Graham.
2. Marks and Spencer
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s lingerie collection for Marks & Spencer is just as covetable now as when it launched seven years ago – and it’s easy to see why the collaboration has been so long lasting. The affordable sets are easy to wear for everyday occasions without being boring. From ladylike floral prints to sumptuous satin and the prettiest lace, there is something for everyone in this collection.
3. Stella McCartney
If you love pretty, feminine undies that are still super comfortable, then take a look at Stella McCartney’s lingerie collection. The label – which is famed for its sustainable processes – is a great spot to know for surprisingly affordable underwear that feels a little bit more fancy than your basics.
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4. La Perla
Italian lingerie label La Perla has long been known for its beautiful delicate pieces, having launched over 50 years ago. The designs are classic and tasteful, whether you are choosing an everyday set or something a little more special.
Another excellent option for minimalist everyday underwear is Bodas, a London-based label that creates chic sets in muted tones. Although there is no compromise on style, comfort certainly takes precedence with the designs as the company only uses the highest quality fabrics, including cashmere, lace and cotton.
6. Coco de Mer
In the market for something a little more special? Coco de Mer creates some of the best occasion underwear around, using delicate lace materials and slinky silks. From embroidered bodies to beautiful chemises and revealing sets, the London-based brand does fine lingerie like nobody else.
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French brand Eres might be better known for its swimwear, but its lingerie is just as covetable. From high-waisted lace panties to beautiful sheer bras and comfortable everyday sets, you won’t regret investing in some undies from Eres.
8. Fleur of England
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Fleur of England creates lingerie that is fit for special occasions without being overtly sexy. Ladylike balconette bras sit alongside strappy slip dresses and gloriously soft satin dressing gowns – you’ll find something special here, no matter what your style.
9. ID Sarrieri
If you are a fan of beautiful embellishment, then a piece from ID Sarrieri will be a welcome addition to you lingerie collection. The label’s signature is the use of Chantilly lace throughout the collections, which are luxurious, beautiful and delicate designs made for the modern woman.
10. Les Girls Les Boys
Super cool and pared-back underwear label Les Girls Les Boys was launched by Serena Rees, who also started Agent Provocateur and wanted to try a completely different aesthetic. Her new brand – which already has a massive following – is all about laidback lingerie. You can pick up packs of jersey briefs, oversized T-shirts and comfortable triangle bras.
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This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR UK.