Let Your Underwear Speak For You Today When Neiman's Covers Your Goods in Crystals

Ladies, did this morning start like every other: wake up, stare at underwear, realize that they are not sparkly enough, hang head in shame? Well, then get yourself over to the intimate apparel section of Neiman Marcus at NorthPark today between 10 a.m. and 9 p.m. because they want to drape your pikachu in crystals until it refracts more light than the Fortress of Solitude from Superman II.

Purchase a pair of Hanky Panky panties and you'll get a complimentary customization of Swarovski crystals applied on the undergarments. While the options shown are quite mundane "XOXO" and "$$$," you're a creative girl who's about to drop $35 on a pair of drawers: I think that you could do better. You've got to make this deal pay off for you.

The opening ceremony for the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is just weeks away, and I doubt that you've picked out your inaugural underwear; why not get its rendering adhered as an homage to your city and its vastly expanding architecture? Allow your magic V to do its part to heal the divide between East and West.

Rather keep it low-brow and simple? Try "!!!" and a giant arrow pointing due south. If you lean more to phrases than pictures and intend on purchasing a giant pair so that your tablet is larger, try these: "---------- You must be this tall to ride the ride," "Does this mean that we're exclusive?" or "You unlock this door with the key of imagination."

Let your panties do the talking today on the second floor of Neiman Marcus at NorthPark Center from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and call 214-363-8311 for more information.

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