Marks & Spencer launch flattering 'leg-lengthening' underwear for just £6

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Although it's an essential, we all enjoy a spot of underwear shopping, picking up something pretty to wear that also feels comfortable.

For decades now, Marks & Spencer has been the go-to shop for buying bras and knickers, whether you're a teenager picking up your first bra or shopping a few decades later for a chic but supportive set of underwear.

And now, the high-street hero has launched a brand new set of knickers, which promise to be one of their most flattering releases yet.

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They've just unveiled the Miami cut, which comes in 12 different styles, and are designed to elongate the look of your legs.

The underwear has a high-rise back and a high-cut leg, providing the illusion that your legs go on forever - and let's face it, who doesn't want that?

M&S say, “This trendy cut features a back that offers the slender profile of a thong with the cheekiness of a Brazilian cut sits higher on the waist to elongate legs, it's also is available in a range of fabrics.”

You can pick up the new Miami cut in different colours, including black and white lace, red, or various printed versions, including a zebra print and a chic orange print.

There are also some cotton blends on offer, for the ultimate level of comfort. Customers can also go for a no VPL (visible panty line) option, if you're wearing something close fitting. Either way, there's a huge selection to choose from!

You can buy the Miami underwear HERE.

For those of us lucky enough to be heading off on holiday, the Miami cut is also available in some of M&S's swimwear collections too.

The Miami underwear costs just £6 each, but shoppers can also pick up a pack of five for just £12 - a great way to stock up.

M&S's latest lingerie launch is available in stores and online too. So what are you waiting for? We'll definitely be stocking up!

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on