This Underwear Brand Makes Bras and Briefs From Deadstock T-Shirts
Sustainable intimates to add to your drawer.
Providing consumers with sustainable options for their intimates drawer, a new underwear label dubbed Pantee is set to launch bras and briefs made using deadstock T-shirts. If you’re on the lookout for eco-friendly lingerie pieces, make sure to keep this brand on your radar.
By using unused tees, Pantee reduces waste while using less water in its supply chain. “When we learned about the number of garments going to waste each year, we just had to do something about it,” co-founder Amanda McCourt comments in a press release, sharing that she brought the brand to life during the pandemic alongside her sister Katie. “We are proud to have created a collection that pushes the boundaries of what can be achieved through upcycling.”
The inaugural collection consists of three styles of bras and briefs in black and white. The Bikini Brief, High Leg Thong and High Waisted Briefs are perfect for lounging around in, while the Bralette, Crop and Triangle silhouettes can be worn as undergarments or styled with blazers and sweatpants for a casual-chic look.
Peep Pantee’s upcycled intimates in the gallery above. All six pieces are available for pre-order online, with prices ranging from £20 GBP to £38 GBP (approximately $27 USD to $52 USD).
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