These Are the Best Lingerie Brands, Period

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Regardless of what you’re buying, I can tell you from experience that it never hurts to get an opinion or two. After all, whether it’s a big investment or a little gift to yourself, the more info you have the better. And, if that opinion happens to come from eight editors who literally shop all day for a living, well, then you’re really in luck. That’s why, as we’ve done in the past with our favorite brands for coats and boots, today we’re sharing the labels we love for lingerie. After all, there’s no time like the present to revamp your selection of intimates, am I right? To read about and shop the ten best brands according to our editors, simply continue on below.

Natori: “I pretty much wear my Natori bras until they die. Pretty yet functional.”

Cosabella: I love Cosabella’s no-fuss, comfortable bras and underwear. It’s one of the few brands I buy on repeat.

Aritzia: One of the most underrated places for bralette shopping is Aritzia. I have its Monterey bralette in pretty much every color as well as a handful of other styles.

Lonely: “New Zealand label Lonely’s colorful lace pieces make me smile no matter what, and I really enjoy that they shoot their pieces on women of all sizes and ages.”

Agent Provocateur: “Agent Provocateur always surprises me with its lingerie. It’s my go-to brand for something truly sexy and outside the box.”

Anine Bing: “Everyone loves Anine Bing's jackets and boots, but the brand’s lingerie section is really strong too. I love the lacy bralettes in particular.”

Chantelle: “Chantelle is the lingerie brand I wear nearly every day. What I love most is that even its basics have pretty details like lace or satin trim.”

Fleur du Mal: “Fleur du Mal is where I turn for truly beautiful lingerie. I always buy their matching sets, and this is one of my favorites.”

Journelle: “Journelle is one of my favorite destinations for lingerie shopping. While the retailer carries some of the best lingerie brands in the world, I actually love its in-house line, Journelle. It’s affordable and so pretty.”

Le Petit Trou: “Le Petit Trou is a unique lingerie brand out of Poland that was put on my radar earlier this year. The lingerie is so well designed and feels like a truly special addition in my undergarments drawer. I particularly love this string-tie set.”