Saffron Walden woman, 57, is chosen as lingerie brand’s new bra model

16:43 08 June 2014

Shirley Golding

Shirley Golding

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A Saffron Walden Town Council employee has been chosen to launch an innovative new t-shirt bra designed for the over 50s.

Shirley Golding, 57, from Saffron Walden, was last year chosen as one of three women to represent ‘The Ageless Generation’ for women’s lingerie brand Playtex.

She said: “I realise how important it is for women’s lingerie, no matter what age you are, to help you look and feel attractive.

“Playtex’s new t-shirt bra does just that, whilst also being the light, pretty and trusted support I need.”

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