George at Asda launches sexy shapewear after Spanx voted men"s biggest lingerie turn-off

Spanx No thanx! Supermarket launches affordable sexy shapewear line after big beige knickers are named men's biggest lingerie turn-off (and you'll save 99!)
George at Asda unveils sexy shapewear lineKelly Brook voted 'best curves' by women
Some 68% of men are 'afraid' of control pants

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18:21 GMT, 9 November 2012

Bridget Jones need no longer be ashamed of her massive pants.

Although big beige knickers have been voted men's biggest lingerie turn-off, one supermarket has come to rescue soft-edged women everywhere, designing a line of sexy underwear that will banish lumps and bumps while still looking glamorous.

And with pieces starting at 6, the collection from George at Asda is up to 350 per cent cheaper than current high street offerings.

Entice Animal Control Slip, 10

Bodysculpt Control High Waist Briefs, 6

The new line aims to hug curves in all the right places and features lace detailing and leopard-print patterns

George's sexy control lingerie, designed to give women 'the perfect hourglass figure', was created to meet shopper demand for more glamorous, purse-friendly controlwear after 52 per cent of shoppers said they were bored of 'plain beige Bridgets' and wanted something sexier.

Tried and tested on women size 12 and 14, the line – part of the shop's Bodysculpt range – hugs curves in all the right places and features a collection of
gorgeous lace detailing through to sexy leopard print patterns.

The
revolutionary collection not only proves that control-wear can be just
as stylish in the underwear stakes but has been approved by women across
the nation.

After a survey revealed that three quarters of women who shop in Asda envy the hourglass figure of Kelly Brook, the range was designed with her shape in mind.

Bodysculpt Control Dress, 14

Bodysculpt Light Control high waist briefs, 6

Bodysculpt control dresses from George at Asda start at 10, while their briefs start at 6

MOST ENVIABLE CELEBRITY CURVES

Kelly Brook

1. Kelly Brook

2. Kim Kardashian

3. Holly Willoughby

4. Tulisa

5. Christina Hendricks

6. Beyonce

George's animal print control body will retail for just 10, 350 per cent
cheaper than competitor versions on the high street costing 45 and
upwards, offering the same great style, quality and confidence boost for
a fraction of the price.

George's Entice Animal Control dress retails at 10, while the Spanx equivalent is sold on their website for 109.

With 43 per cent of women spending over 200 on
control lingerie a year, and 29 per cent revealing they spend more on their
controlwear than the outfit itself, the George version is the perfect
solution for savvy savers.

Bodysculpt high waist control briefs, 6

Bodysculpt control high waist briefs, 6

Bodysculpt high-waisted briefs from George at Asda retail for 6 and come in black, lace and animal print

MEN'S TOP LINGERIE TURN-OFFS
big pants

1. Oversized beige shaper pants

2. Discoloured white underwear

3. Thongs visible above jeans

4. Visible panty lines

5. Badly fitting bras

6. Novelty underwear

Since the rise in the fashion for
bodycon style dresses loved by celebrities such as Kim Kardashian,
Cheryl Cole and the X Factor's Tulisa, George has reported a huge rise
in the demand for control wear with weekly sales set to double as we
move into the party season and the frocks come out.

Fiona Lambert, George Brand Director said: 'We know control underwear is
a real wardrobe staple for many women and 64 per cent have told us that it
helps increase their confidence levels at the Christmas party.

'We wanted
togive our shoppers a great new addition to our range by offering them
more affordable and glamorous versions to what is currently available on
the high street.

'Our new collection of sculpted underwear not only
smooths lumps and bumps but also looks gorgeous.

'For that reason, there
will be no more undressing in the dark to hide unsightly briefs. We
hope this new range will give shoppers a helping hand this party season
and help them to showcase their fabulous assets in the run up to
Christmas.'