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it’s the dog days of summer ladies when we’re wearing light colored garments in white, creams, and pastels that don’t absorb sunlight like dark colors do. it’s so refreshing to wear lighter clothes that help us stay cool. unless you’re the one in three women that experience bladder leaks. then it’s a whole different ballgame as to what you think you can wear. but there shouldn’t have to be a tradeoff between bladder leak protection and feminine underwear that makes women feel beautiful and confident.
today, i’m thrilled to partner once again with Always Discreet Boutique who is on a mission to shift the perception of bladder leak protection by designing a beautiful product that offers maximum protection. last year i was privileged to attend the Always Discreet ‘date night’ party in NYC where i learned firsthand that 2 in 3 women that have tried bladder leak underwear avoid using them even though they know they need them. isn’t that crazy? imagine not wearing something you know you need because you’re not satisfied with the options on the market. did you know that 70% of these women admit the idea of wearing bladder leak underwear makes them feel embarrassed? and 61% of women say bladder leak underwear is unflattering? those are startling statistics. luckily, Always Discreet Boutique has set out to change these negative feelings with a product that can give women their confidence back. and let them slip into those comfy but sheer summer clothes.
don’t you love when a brand listens to consumers and decide to solve our problem? because if 88% of women say they would be more likely to wear bladder leak underwear if it looked and felt like underwear then by golly their voice needs to be heard. take a peek at how beautiful and streamlined Always Discreet Boutique underwear looks. one reason is that it was designed with the input of lingerie experts and fashion designers. and i love the beautiful purple color that’s on-trend. it also has silky-soft fabric and curve-hugging contours with a flowery pattern that goes from the front to the back and looks flirty and fashionable. didn’t i tell you Always Discreet Boutique was listening to our need and wants? on top of the beautiful, new design, Always Discreet Boutique also offers incredible-performing protection. hidden inside is a super-absorbent core with unique RapidDry™ technology that absorbs leaks in seconds. amazing!
what do you think, ladies? it’s about time that every woman feels beautiful and confident when date night rolls around. and i’m thankful that Always Discreet Boutique is listening. please check out their new product. and share this with a friend. as you know, 1 in 3 women experience bladder leakage. it’s high time we start discussing there’s a groundbreaking new product in the marketplace and sharing with friends. real solutions for real women.
a big thank you to Always Discreet Boutique for this sponsored post. and thank you lovely readers for supporting the brands that allow me to bring you fresh ideas daily.
is the Founder and CEO of Style at a Certain Age. She writes Sundays-Fridays on all topics ranging from fashion, health, wellness, home design and more.
She’s 63, 5’8, and size 8.
Thank you for sharing this company with us. I had never heard of it.
Changing the subject to Fall fashion…what is your attitude about leggings and women over 60? I make sure my tunics are long. And, I have thin legs. But I have read several blogs lately that say “absolutely no leggings over 60”. I do not want to appear “dressing age inappropriate” or “trying to look younger”. I am 64 in a week.
I’m 53. I have nice legs (tummy is the tricky area) and I intend to wear leggings for a looooooong time. As long as your bootatay is covered, what’s the difference between leggings and thick tights? Those blogs sound like they come from a very restrictive (and old fashioned) POV.
never say never. if you feel good wearing leggings then go for it! xo
I’m grateful that I have not had this problem to contend with in my life, but we never know what curve balls life is going to throw at us. I just last week had to have an emergency oophorectomy, and I have to admit that I wondered if someday in the future I’d ever need to investigate this matter. While I hope not, if I did, I would definitely seek out a company that listens to womens’ concerns and tries to help them feel feminine and lovely even if they have such issues. I’m just grateful I learned that the mass that was discovered and causing me great pain was benign!! Thanks for the heads up.
One other thought: Kegel Kegel Kegel.
Congratulations ,very nicely handled.
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