Parade bralettes have debuted at long last, and it appears they are going to be just as popular as the brand’s underwear collection.
Ranging in size from XS to 3XL, the supportive yet soft bralettes won't leave an imprint or make you feel uncomfortable. In fact, you'll probably look forward to putting one on (bonus point for style!).
“We saw our community eager to compliment their Parade underwear with an equally comfortable, stylish, and sustainable top offering through social and jumped to deliver,” founder and CEO Cami Tellez said.
Now that they're officially available, we’re ready to add a few items to our shopping carts.
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You can shop the scoop and triangle styles online ($28 each) and feel good about your purchase, as the items are made with sustainable materials with no use of chemicals in the process (sounds like a good purchase to ring in Earth Day, if you ask us). The bralettes are made from Parade’s Re:Play fabric, which is certified recycled nylon and mesh and the Parade AirBand is designed for an ultra-light underboob feel.
Like Parade fans, Old Navy shoppers have also been eager for the store to launch an intimates collection. For the first time in its 27-year history, the brand owned by the Gap now sells bras, bralettes, thong underwear, bikini underwear and more. Considering these were the most searched products online, everyone will be pleased to add these babies to their shopping bags. What's more, the wallet-friendly collection ranges from $4.99–$24.99 and sizes XS–XXL.
Regardless of your shape and size, we'll help you figure out how to perfectly wear an ensemble and completely love your look. (And since you're going to need something to put over those bralettes and panties, have a look at our favorite spring dresses while you're at it).
Danielle is a news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life. When she's not working, you can find her experimenting with new recipes or sitting on the couch with a good book and a cup of coffee.
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