This Kickstarter Bra Is the One You’ve Been Waiting for Your Whole Life
Sometimes, you just want to lounge around in pretty, lacy and kind of impractical-for-everyday lingerie — and there’s totally a time and place for that. But most days, when you’re juggling meetings, deadlines and after-work kickboxing, you simply don’t have time for uncomfortable undies. Brooklyn-based underwear company Knix Wear is dedicated to creating no-frills, all-function underclothes, like their undetectable seamless boy shorts, high-performance sweatbands and more. Recently, the brand turned their attention to designing the most versatile bra the world has ever seen. They created the 8-in-1 Evolution Bra and even started a Kickstarter campaign to help fund their cause.
This is the everyday bra you’ve been waiting for — no ifs, ands or buts about it. First of all, it’s wireless, so there’s none of that uncomfortable metal digging into your ribcage. Secondly, its made with a custom, sweat-wicking and stretchy fabric that will mold to your shape — up to size 38E — so it’s invisible under your clothing. Plus, the material uses Knix’s patented Fresh Fix technology, which uses silver threads to eliminate odors (since the average woman only washes her bra about once a month).
The best part, though, is that the bra can be worn in eight different ways. It’s fully reversible and comes with two sets of straps, so you can switch up all the ways you wear it. Also, since it’s so versatile, this bra can go from work to gym to play. The best part? It’s machine washable, so you no longer have to hand wash your delicates. There’s nothing delicate about it!
Yup. Dreams do come true.
Check out their video below.
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(Photos via @knixwear)
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