Fashion with Poise

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For any woman who is passionate about her fashion, latest styles and colours are absorbed, studied and personalised. There’s also the fitness elements so some of the more ‘body-con’ fashions can be worn without looking like 10-kilos of potatoes stuffed into a 5-kilo bag. That’s fashion with poise!

This season, skinny jeans with fur vests are still an on-trend look. And coming into spring, you’ll see lots of pastels. Being tall, I love pencil skirts, wrap-dresses, skinny jeans, white jeans, and shorts. One of the considerations with clothing like this is VPL – visible panty lines. But another consideration is the inevitable slight bladder leakage that comes with motherhood and age.

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I have taught myself to look for the VPL, so now I also take into consideration the SBL. Because I love to be fashionable, and feminine, it’s important to me that I’m also secure in the knowledge that my clothing doesn’t show an inadvertent wet patch. Finding a thin protective pad like Poise means that wrap dresses are easier to wear because I won’t be concerned with a gust of wind. Bigger pads are too obtrusive and might be seen peaking out from the sides of my underwear. Not Poise. Nice and thin and indiscreet.

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And I’ve found that thin doesn’t mean lacking in quality, not when it’s Poise. Because a thin pad is very important when wearing clothing like jeggings, white jeans and pencil skirts; and they can unforgiving of SBL. You know that feeling of sitting down and not knowing if there will be a slight moist patch when you stand up? We’ve all been there.

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Regardless of whether you’re in a corporate or social setting, it’s empowering to know that, as women, we can be in control. I know that having slight bladder leakage isn’t because I’m unfit or unwell, it is what it is; completely normal. And I want my clothing, and my lifestyle, to reflect that I’m in control, secure and worry-free.

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SBL is probably more common than VPL, so we, as women, know there is an easy solution. Poise.

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