Playful Promises, the home of London designed iconic brands: Playful Promises, Wolf & Whistle, Regalia, Gabi Fresh, Bettie Page Lingerie and more. We are here for all your cheeky lingerie needs in a wide range of sizes including fuller bust and curve.
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Wolf and Whistle
Wolf and Whistle
Playful Promises is a London designed lingerie brand, which mixes quirky, directional design with all things flirty and even a little bit dirty.
The brand is known for its wide size range, covering over 85 bra sizes, and inclusive, diverse imagery.
Indulgent, trend-led lingerie.
Wolf &Whistle lingerie features delicate lace, applique, devore and strappy detailing that’s too good to hide away.
Fashion Influencer, designer, and curve model Gabi Gregg serves up bold lingerie in her collection which includes plenty of color and striking silhouettes. For Gabi, it's important to remind curvy women that their lingerie should be fashionable as well as functional, if that's what they're into.
Regalia is quirky and fashionable. Perfect for the bedroom, outerwear or festivals. Core sized with some sizes running to fuller bust.
West Coast USA
East Coast USA
Midwest +Southwest USA
Canada, Primarily Ontario
Hustler by Playful Promises is the official line of lingerie licensed under the erotic empire built by Larry Flint, a man who was not ashamed of sex or afraid to push boundaries, who fought for
free speech at a time of legal sexual puritanism.
Deja-Day was created after founder Emma Parker couldn't find any day to day bras in her size that were both comfortable, fashionable, and followed her curves rather than trying to minimize them. Pretty, Fashionable, Easy-to-wear lingerie.
Bettie Page X Playful Promises is a line of retro-inspired glamorous lingerie in a wonderfully inclusive size range.
Introducing the Playful Promises collection designed by one of the UK's champions for full figure body positivity, Felicity Hayward. Felicity’s movement promotes self-love, diversity, confidence and acceptance in the fashion industry for everyone. She explains that she “wanted to create something for everyone, to view beauty from your perspective, not the media’s view on body image and worth”.