Calling all millennials who were traumatized by the low rise trend of the 2000s! 🙋🏻♀️
I honestly have never been able to go low-low as I have a very soft lower belly and hips, so my body type isn’t highlighted in a way I like with traditional low rise bottoms.
Low rise shorts are back
20 years later (omg whattttt), low rise is back, but this time around, I get to control how it looks. Don’t be scared guys. I found a way for us to do this (if you want to of course) and do it better than in the 2000s!
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I am very pleased with how my Low Rise Supershort™ turned out and it’s my shorts of choice at the moment! Love how it fits right over my hips, it doesn’t pinch, and it lightly shows off my belly button. Very flattering. On short torso’d girls, this will probably be like a mid rise on you!
An honest note on sizing
Initially I had planned to make low rise shorts in our full size range xxs-3x but all of the plus size fit models we worked with kept it real and said they’d never wear this. In order to not create extra waste by making something no one wants, we opted not to produce plus sizes, however, if you feel like you actually would wear this – comment and tell me and I can make it for next time.
Im 5’5” wearing the small! The waist is very generous in its construction (which is what makes it anti-pinch). If you have a softer lower belly like me, stick with your normal size chart size. If you have more muscle in your hips and abs, I would say size down!
Hope you like the new options! Oh and for those wondering about thigh chafing – I’m working on something for you. Thank you for being patient as we develop!