Rose & Bare
Created right here in Australia, Rose & Bare was founded by model Natalie Roser after she noticed the lack of options there were for nude underwear colourways. While a generic beige existed, often other skin tones missed out, so Roser created an inclusive brand, which not only includes an array of tones, but has different cuts and sizes so the pieces will be both comfortable and flattering.
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After launching a limited plus-size capsule collection in March 2018 which immediately sold out, Reformation permanently extended its size offering earlier this year. Plus, the brand has always had sustainability front of mind, from its eco-conscious textile and fabric selection to its carbon footprint and green infrastructure of its factories.
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This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia