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Neon Nights

03rd May 2014

You can now get glow in the dark lingerie sets, which are either a great excuse to keep the lights off, or on.

GLOW from Cosabella are the latest innovation in panties that makes that budget pack of patterned cotton bikinis look a little worse for wear. Available in vermillion and aqua soft stretch lace, in the dark the bras and briefs become a neon pink and green respectively. How? Science. The fibers are charged under either natural and artificial light for a couple of minutes. Then you can get your rave-y sexytimes on.

If that all sounds a little bit too Silicon-Valley-Attempts-Ibiza can we direct you towards Stella McCartney’s SS14 collection. In this month’s magazine Jo praises Stella for her ethical fashion ways and if that isn’t reason enough to treat yourself to some of her gorgeous bright lingerie might we direct you to the technicolor gallery above. We’re particularly loving the hot pink body and the tangerine bra and thong. Beam us up.

You can purchase Glow by Cosabella here.?Stella McCartney is available online and at Brown Thomas.

Jeanne Sutton @jeannedesutun

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