STEPHANIE’S Boutique Lingerie now faces The Lawns, in the heart of the inner-south, elegant shopping district of Manuka.
Owner Fil Barilaro says the new location, in the Manuka Arcade, is central, open and inviting, but offers privacy and the same high standards of service.
Stephanie’s Boutique Lingerie opened in 1992 and is renowned as specialists and leaders in bra fittings.
“Stephanie’s has one simple philosophy that underpins every aspect of the boutique – beauty and comfort,” says Fil.
“Beautiful, well-fitted undergarments should provide skin-soft comfort that lets you be yourself.
“We invite you to experience the personal satisfaction that comes from confidently wearing some of the world’s most elegant and best quality lingerie.
“Tell us your mood and our expert team of fitters will help choose a style and brand of lingerie perfect for your body. Tell us your irritations with your current underwear and we will have them vanish forever.”
Fil says her team are widely respected as the best-fitting service in Canberra and hand-select a range of brands to suit all body shapes and sizes.
“Once we complete your first fitting, we securely store the details of what suited you. This makes your next visit one where we show you new styles, perfect for you,” she says.
Fil says now’s the time to consider a special Christmas gift from Stephanie’s.
“Lingerie has long been an intimate gift, perfect for lovers, mothers to daughters, new mothers and best friends,” she says.
Beauty and comfort are not only the domain of women, with Stephanie’s stocking a range of boutique men’s underwear. Stephanie’s also offers gift vouchers.
Stephanie’s Boutique Lingerie is now located in Manuka Arcade, Manuka. Visit stephaniesboutiquelingerie.com.au or call 6295 046.
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