When Exactly You Can Buy Khloe Kardashian’s Good American Bodysuits
On Thursday, June 22, Kardashian, 32, will introduce bodysuits in sizes 00 to 24. “Bodysuits are Good American’s way of doing jeans-and-T-shirt,” co-founder Emma Grede told Vogue. “It’s a classic, easy-to-put-together look that works for everyone regardless of body type.”
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I’ve been keeping this a secret for almost a year and I am so excited to share that our @goodamerican collection of bodysuits, GOOD BODY, is launching THIS THURSDAY at 9am PST! You guys know I'm obsessed with bodysuits, and I wanted to give you all something that is a natural fit for GA, and like all of our products, designed to fit your body! I'm so incredibly blown away that I'm able to be living this dream! Love your curves, ladies!! Love your body! Love your selves! And most importantly, let's continue to empower one another! #GoodSquad #GoodBody
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Kardashian shared the news on Instagram alongside a pic of her modeling one of the styles, a sexy black lace number with inset panels. “I’ve been keeping this a secret for almost a year and I am so excited to share that our @goodamerican collection of bodysuits, GOOD BODY, is launching THIS THURSDAY at 9am PST!” she wrote.
The 11-piece range touches on just about every trend on the market: long-sleeves, lace-up fronts, cutouts, athletic styles, embellished sheers, and even romantic off-the-shoulder options.
“I love that you can wear bodysuits to the office under a jacket and feel put-together,” Grede told Vogue. And according to Kardashian, when worn with Good American denim, the result is a “head-to-toe look, and effortless.”
It sounds like the reality star-turned-clothing brand designer has her sights set on another major athleisure must-have. “For us, it’s all about fit, fit, fit, so we’re working on perfecting perfect sweats!” said Kardashian. We can’t wait to see what they come up with!
So who’s setting a calendar alert for this drop? Tweet us @BritandCo.
(h/t Vogue; photo via Dia Dipasupil/Getty)