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3 Qualities That Make the Best Underwear, According to Celebrity Stylists
It might seem like celebrity stylists live in rarified worlds surrounded by Valentino dresses, Manolo Blahnik shoes, Dior bags, and the like. While this might be true, the work of a Hollywood stylist is far from easy and takes a whole lot of work behind the scenes. Their secret weapons? No, they aren't quite as exciting as the dresses and jewelry, but a stylist's hidden arsenal of seamless undergarments, boob tape, and nipple covers can absolutely make or break an outfit.
Therefore, it's not hard to understand why we would wholeheartedly trust celebrity stylists Jamie Mizrahi and Simone Harouche with our undergarment collection. The duo has just launched The Kit, a new brand that includes bras, underwear, bodysuits, bra strap extenders, pasties, adhesive thongs, and other outfit-saving items.
When Who What Wear asked Mizrahi and Harouche about the three qualities that make the best underwear, they explained exactly what to look for: "Comfort, laser-cut edges to avoid visible panty line, and quality fabric that stays in place and moves with your body." And yes, their brand offers all of this (and more). Intrigued? Scroll down to shop The Kit.
"Our lightweight fabric is an amazing nylon and spandex blend that is light enough for you to forget you’re wearing it but also hugs your body in all the right ways and doesn’t feel too restrictive," Mizrahi and Harouche told Who What Wear. "It’s the perfect balance of stretch and support."
2. Laser-Cut Edges
"We also curated our product offering to ensure there were multiple laser cut options for women to choose from. We narrowed it down to four essential core styles that will suit even the most discerning of wearers: the high-waisted thong, classic low thong, classic brief and high waist brief for more coverage."
3. Quality Fabric That Stays in Place and Moves With Your Body
"We personally tested and sampled countless fabric blends until we found the perfect one that didn’t slip, roll, or bunch."