Blingy Piste Star launches 2010 collection
Blingy Piste Star has launched its new thermal S'No Queen collection, a range that has been created for fashionistas who want to stay warm and comfortable during the colder months, yet stylish and feminine
Blingy Piste Star has launched its new thermal S'No Queen collection, a range that has been created for fashionistas who want to stay warm and comfortable during the colder months, yet stylish and feminine.
The Blingy Piste Star collection, with its specially formulated climate control fabric, is decorated with elegant crystals that fall lightly across the curves of the body.
Manufactured in the UK, the range is available in black, cream, ice white and red and features slim long johns, long sleeved tops, chic camis and polo necks. The S'No Queen 'to dye for' range features limited edition grey and white 'tie dye' pieces.
Owner, Sharon Bentwood, said: "Having enjoyed several skiing holidays, I noticed a gap in the market for feminine, stylish thermals - everywhere I looked seemed to offer plain and simple garments, so I felt inspired to design a range myself.
"Women want to feel sexy and confident in their underwear and I want them to feel the same way about their thermals, so I've added a touch of glamour and sparkle."
The S'No Queen creations are also proving extremely popular with active women and are designed to be seen rather than just hidden under outerwear.
Sharon explained, "There is nothing worse than removing designer golf gear to reveal unattractive and plain thermals. These are thermals you will want to be seen in! So, whether enjoying a drink in the clubhouse after a round of golf, women can peel off their layers with confidence."
The 2010 collection is available from blingypistestar.com with prices starting from £23.00.
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