Review by Freya Bennett

Oh holy velvet. How I have missed you. I didn’t even realise you were so important to me until you entered my life via some very beautiful lingerie by Just Babes Club.

Just Babes Club is a local Melbourne lingerie brand creating beautiful, sexy and comfortable items for babes of all shapes and sizes. I have been watching on wistfully as they share their designs on some incredible and diverse models, wondering how I could possibly join this awesome club. Little did I know all I had to do was get in touch. The babes at JBC are SO lovely and welcoming into their little fold. I contacted them with the shy hope of collaborating and they immediately responded and were happy to join forces. I absolutely love reviewing ethical and creative brands so was over the moon when they sent me some lingerie to write about!

I was sent a gorgeous Brigitte bralette and matching Soko underwear. Firstly, I did not know bralettes for big boobs existed and secondly I had no idea that a cute, soft bra could be so supportive. While I wouldn’t run a marathon in this bra, it’s definitely a bra you can go out in and feel supported, as well as a bra that is so comfy you can lounge around the house in it all day long. The underwear is a high cut thong of which I also wouldn’t normally believe could be so comfy but it is. The lush fabric and stretchy waist means I can chuck on some trackies and feel ultra comfy and low key but the cute lace and velvet front means they are also super beautiful so I feel like a bit of a goddess.

Reading through their ‘about‘ section on their website fills me with so much hope for the world of fashion. JBC are a body positive lingerie brand that offer comfort without compromising on style. As a bigger busted woman I have spent my whole adult life trying to find underwear that isn’t aimed at 80 year old women. And not only have I stumbled across a gem in JBC but they are from my home town. This brand is DEFINITELY one to support for babes of all shapes and sizes!



Freya Bennett

Freya Bennett is the Co-Founder and Director of Ramona Magazine. She is a writer and illustrator from Melbourne, Australia who loves dreary grey days, libraries and coffee.
With a passion for grassroots activism and creative community, Freya began Ramona Magazine as an alternative to boring, image-obsessed media. Ramona Magazine is founded upon Freya’s core values of creative expression, equality, kindness and a little bit of feminist rage. You can follow her @thecinnamonsociety

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