Bonang’s lingerie line is really, really good


Distraction, TV personality Bonang Matheba’s collaboration with Woolworths, is arguably the retailer’s highest-quality and best lingerie to date. It’s sexy, and made with exquisite quality fabric in romantic colours.

If you’ve had difficultly wearing lingerie because it doesn’t always properly fit your body type, the Distraction collection might make you feel like it was created with your body in mind – and I can’t tell you how much that means after feeling excluded for years.

This year’s Autumn/Winter collection of seductive lingerie has bold feminine designs that offer ample support so you can feel confidently sexy up to bra size 44E. As a person with bigger boobs and a smaller frame, I often run into trouble when it comes to shopping for bras. But since the launch of Distraction there isn’t other lingerie I’d buy.

In 2014, Matheba and Woolworths have pushed boundaries every season with size inclusivity, creating designs that any woman can wear. It’s comfortable and won’t easily wear out. The core collection features signature pieces such as padded push up bras, shaping bodysuits and lace-trimmed Brazilians.

Choose from classic styles, like the balconette and plunge bra, or mix it up with opulent embroidery and lace. You never want to wear mismatched underwear, and will have special pieces for summer and for winter.

Purple padded underwire push per cub bra R327.85

Purple lace Brazilians R141.22

Teal lace padded underwire balconette bra R252.10

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