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Miss Mary - Help! My bra feels too warm

Miss Mary - Help! My bra feels too warm

Annica Svensson
26 Jun 2020 4:44 am

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.

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In Miss Mary’s wardrobe – from corsets to camels

In Miss Mary’s wardrobe – from corsets to camels

Annica Svensson
14 Jun 2020 8:27 am

Did you know that MISS MARY has made quality underwear for over 60 years? Join us for a nostalgic look back at what they were like during the happy (and sometimes a little crazy) 70s.

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Miss Mary - Why jacquard is perfect for underwear

Miss Mary - Why jacquard is perfect for underwear

Annica Svensson
5 Jun 2020 12:19 pm

Jacquard adds elegance to any garment and never goes out of fashion. It’s just as in vogue now as it was hundreds of years ago, when only the very wealthiest could afford it. Here we take a closer look at what makes this luxurious and iconic material so unique, and why it’s always a worthwhile investment for your wardrobe.

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Who is mary? The women behind the brand

Who is mary? The women behind the brand

Annica Svensson
31 Mar 2020 8:42 am

What would Miss Mary be without all the fantastic women? Not just our wonderful customers but also all the skilled staff. The fact is that we wouldn’t even exist if it wasn’t for one particular woman – Mary. Yes, we are actually named after a real woman. Join us and meet some of the women behind Miss Mary of Sweden.

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The art of making bras and the women behind them

The art of making bras and the women behind them

Annica Svensson
5 Mar 2020 8:59 am

Today, we visit our production facilities in Estonia to find out how bras are made. Follow us behind the scenes in the second part of our series about the women of Miss Mary.

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Are there undergarments that cool the body?

Are there undergarments that cool the body?

Annica Svensson
5 Mar 2020 8:31 am

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.

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Oh no! The underwire in my bra broke!

Oh no! The underwire in my bra broke!

Annica Svensson
7 Feb 2020 7:59 am

Sometimes the thing that shouldn’t happen does. Your underwire breaks. Here we’ll go through why it happens, what you can do about it and what we as manufacturers are doing to stop it from happening.

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

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

Annica Svensson
17 Jan 2020 8:25 am

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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Miss Mary Vintage - Our first lingerie collection

Miss Mary Vintage - Our first lingerie collection

Annica Svensson
13 Dec 2019 7:19 am

Wonderful breasts of all shapes and sizes – wide or slender, long or short, full or less full, shallow or projected, close or side set. When we talk about bra fit, there is great focus on cup and band size, but did you know that the shape and placement of the breasts also affect the fit? Here are our suggestions on how to choose the right bra model to fit your breasts.

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5 ways to prevent bra straps from slipping

5 ways to prevent bra straps from slipping

Annica Svensson
18 Oct 2019 7:01 am

One of the most common bra problems for many women is how the shoulder straps insist on slipping down. So today we’ll provide tips on what you can do to ensure that they stay where they are meant to.

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