Our newest shout outs:
Outblush.com put Undersummers Shortlettes on the short list for ways to prevent "chub rub".
"Undersummers are the perfect choice when you need a little bit more thigh protection than Bandalettes can give." ~Meagan
"Undersummers were made by a plus-size woman, so you know they work." ~Jessica
Another XO Jane writer featured Undersummers Shortlette Slip Shorts in her article imploring women to ditch the shapewear trend for a healthier, more comfortable life.
"These anti chub-rub, silky soft, totally breathable panty shorts come in endless colors and in sizes up to 4X! (Plus they are crazy cute when peeking out from underneath a skirt that may be a bit too short.)" ~Alison
In an article on www.plus-size-solutions.com, Undersummers are a prominent member of their list of solutions.
"These are also *not* made to suck you in – and you can actually just wear them in place of undies if you want a smooth line under your clothes. Plus, they’re *specifically* made to prevent chub rub so there are NO seams on the inner thighs! Score!!"
User "HappyBerry" on www.kinja.com was excited to see our semi-annual grab bag sale return and used her blog in GroupThink to share with everyone.
"I’m a bit of an Undersummers evangelist whenever the topic of chub rub under dresses comes up....I love mine. I think they are cute under dresses and comfy enough I’ll just wear them around the house. I love that they have a cotton gusset and are designed to be worn as underwear." ~"HappyBerry"
In an article educating readers about chafing, what causes it, and how to prevent it, the writers at www.skincareorg.com included Undersummers Shortlette Slip Shorts in their list of preventative measures.
"They are stretchy and come in different styles and colors. They are so comfortable that you’d forget you are wearing them." ~Skincare Org.
And here we are recommended by a Frocks and FrouFrou reader, Erin, in her own blog.
" don’t ride up like bloomers/pettipants/slip shorts, and they don’t squish you like foundation garments." ~Erin
Here are some more of the amazing articles and blogs featuring our shortlettes.
Leslie with xojane.com explored different solutions to end summertime discomfort and included Undersummers Lace Shortlettes in her review.
"An unexpected bonus: the fabric used in the lace style shorts is slippery enough that it doesn’t catch on skirts." ~Leslie
Australian blogger Lilli, of Frocks & Frou Frou included Undersummers in her own review of ways to beat hot weather issues.
"They’re designed to be flashed around, so it’s not the end of the world if a gust of wind catches your skirt and flashes the world." ~Lilli
Jen with Abby Post made her personal list of the best Chub Rub products, giving Undersummers shortlettes the highest ranking.
"These are the holy grail of chub rub prevention!" ~Jen
Our friends at Dare Magazine Canada cover the best ways to avoid chafing problems in their Spring 2015 issue.
"Lightweight and breathable, Undersummers Shortlettes will flatter your curves while protecting your thighs."
"these slip shorts are so smooth you won’t even know they’re there."
We were thrilled to be featured prominently on Buzzfeed.com's article addressing sweaty thighs.
"If you’re dealing with chronic chub rub and creams don’t cut it, get yourself a pair of these bad boys."
Undersummers' own CarrieRae is a featured fashion industry expert, discussing ways the industry is changing to be inclusive of all sizes in this Modern Wellness Guide article.
"Size and cut dictate how something fits, so ignore the number and pick clothes by how they fit and feel. Clothes that skim or hug the body without squeezing are more comfortable and more flattering, no matter what the size label says." ~CarrieRae
Casey, who pens the blog Adventures of a Part Time Wheeler references learning about Undersummers shortlettes from the xoJane article and adds her opinion.
"Holy cats are these things comfortable! I wouldn’t take them off that night and ended up sleeping in them instead of pajama bottoms." ~Casey
Another xoJane reader, Ruby Mcconnel took the advice to try Undersummers and reviewed them in her article on Girl Gone Wild.
"They are made of a light weight, breathable slip fabric and are thin enough to wear as shorts under pretty much anything." ~Ruby
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