Thursday, 27 August 2009

Sign Up Now and Receive a Discount Code in September!

We on the Undie Factory love to spoil our customers.

In September, we are mailing our loyal customers, our first ever newsletter for the revamped site launch and the introduction of the new luxurious range of Calvin Klein's.

Haven't signed up yet? You don't need to worry. Sign up now for free in our mailing list at to receive exclusive offers.

For the first newsletter, we're giving our subscribers secret discount codes to use in our online store.

Yes. You read it right.

-Our CK's are already at least 30% cheaper than the suggested RRP
-Volume discounts when you buy 3 or more of the same pair
-Free UK delivery
-And further discounts on top of these when you sign up!

Spread the word.Only at the Undie Factory.

Monday, 24 August 2009

XLarge Now Available for Backorder

We now are making available XLarge as a sizing option on the majority of our Calvin Klein to see how demand goes. These will be exclusively backorder items. Backordered items generally take 8 - 12 days from receipt of order until delivery.

In addition to this we are working hard on a complete revamp of our site as its looking drab. We certainly need a revamp and soooooon.

Tuesday, 4 August 2009

The Evolution of Underwear

This Exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum (FTM) ... (the building designed by my uncle) chronicles the changes in female underwear, from health garment to fashion ‘must have’. It explores different themes, styles, advertising and it’s impact on society and culture. At the exhibition are such classics as M&S, Triumph, La Perla, Christian Dior, Elle Macpherson, Myla, Wonderbra, and others.

The Evolution of Underwear, Fashion and Textile Museum, runs until 27th September 2009

Monday, 3 August 2009

Coming Soon to the Undie Factory

We have found a new line of underwear that we really like and we hope you will too. The Go Softwear, California Colours Low-Rise Brief and maybe brief too. We are likely to be carrying 6 colours in sizes small to large.

What colours do you like?

Calvin Klein White ... and Black ... Are You Ready?

The highly anticipated Calvin Klein White and Black lines will be launching on 8th August 2009. Just five days away!

We will be stocking a full range of underwear from both lines, which should be arriving some time this week, we will be sending out our first monthly customer email to let you all know when they arrive. But be quick they are guarenteed to be highly popular.

Underwear Smuggler

A tip for would be holiday underwear buyers on how not to get your purchases through customs. Belarus' customs have caught an unlucky smuggler, who tried to cross the border from Ukraine wearing 16 pairs of briefs. He also had four tracksuits on him and three pairs of pants, reports Interfax news agency. Customs officers noticed something was wrong with the traveler because he was breathing hard from the heat. The smuggled goods have been confiscated while the man has been fined.

Experimental Underwear Finishes Month-Long Wear Test

Via ... The Gadget Blog

So your a Japanese company working on the J-Wear, underwear that’s “designed to be anti-bacterial, odor free, flame retardant, static free and water resistant”. How do you test it? Get a Japanese astronaut to try it out on the International Space Station for a month!

Koichi Wakata took a big step for mankind, probably breaking the record for consecutive days faced with the same underwear. Last we heard, Wakata is back from space, and his month-old apparel is now undergoing serious testing by (of course Japanese) scientists to determine its effective.

It’s honestly hard imagining for a pair of groin covers to remain effectively unsullied after a month of continuous use. The junction between a human’s legs is easily one of the dirtiest parts of our anatomy, thanks to constant skin-to-skin contact that accompanies the constant covering required by societal propriety. And how many here are willing to admit their relative failure to clean up their waste conveyors after use?

But there’s a reason why people should hope that the J-Wear project is successful. Aside from making longer trips into space much more practical (light packing and fewer resource use for laundry anyone?), this would probably make long travel trips much more bearable. And of course, once you conquer one of the potentially most stinky place of the human, who’s to say working J-Wear fabric wouldn’t be utilized for normal, overwear clothing?