Why This One-Size-Fits-All Underwear Is The Most Comfortable You’ll EVER Wear — And It’ll Only Cost You $8 For A Pair
- Best & Less has expanded its range of ‘impossible’ one size fits all underwear
- The underwear has a four-way stretch system and each pair fits sizes 8-26
- They have been described as game changers for women who fluctuate in size
You can now buy one-size-fits-all underwear that fits all body types, from size 8 to 26.
Best & Less Australia has revamped the popular range with thongs, bikini cuts, midi cuts and shortie cuts following the increasing demand from shoppers since its original launch.
The ‘impossibly comfortable’ underwear range has proven to be very popular with women of all sizes and lifestyles, with rave reviews pouring in on social media over the past two years.
You can now buy one-size-fits-all underwear that fits all body types, from size 8 to 26
Previously only available in black, white and beige, the underwear is now available in bright prints and colours
“The fabric is four-way stretchy, flexible, comfortable and hugs in all the right places without cutting, perfect for those bloated days,” a spokesperson told the Daily Mail Australia.
The $8 underwear holds its shape no matter what body type you have, and according to customers, it’s “the most comfortable underwear ever.”
Previously, the retailer only offered the briefs in black, white and brown, but they have now expanded their range with purple, red and printed designs.
The shortie underwear is slightly more expensive at $10 along with the matching cami.
Four styles are now also available – with g-string, midi and shorties added to the range
The four-way stretch means it’s perfect for all body shapes and sizes between 8 and 26
And customers are quite vocal about their love for the underwear – despite their initial disbelief.
“One size fit all underwear – how the hell is that possible,” one woman wrote on Instagram.
Before explaining, she has since fallen “in love” with them and initially had three pairs “on the way.”
“I found myself rummaging through my drawer to find them, so I decided to overhaul my panties and fill them with nine more,” she said.
The underwear, which costs $8 each, is especially popular with women whose weight fluctuates
The shorties are $10, but women seem to rave about the extensive range
She also revealed she is pregnant and although underwear currently fits size 8-10, it plans to expand.
“Love the idea of this, especially after having boobs and the constant changes in body shape,” another woman said in the post.
Women as big as a size 20 are raving about the underwear online.
Others have said they are so comfortable they are the only underwear they have used since the recent lockdown began.