Nude bra is the only bra that disappears under your clothing. Naja is a Colombian lingerie brand based in Los Angeles and the first lingerie brand to design 7 nude shades that fit all. Founded in 2013, Naja claims to be a luxury lingerie because of the traditional design and meticulous attention, mostly customary to luxury lingeries.
At this time, it seems that the fashion industry is more interested in representing all women on the fashion carpet. Before, you had to be lucky to be models or celebrities to have access to the fashion industry. It’s easier to put you in front of the stage when you’re a white woman. I remember the Benetton campaign and the Dove campaign, but it’s too little to make an impression. Now, we’re living a small fashion revolution.
Fashion brands are trying to break off the colour barriers. 2016 started with the designer Christian Louboutin who chose to launch his spring-summer collection for men around sapology art, (typically African art) and his nude ballet flats line for all skin tones. And now, Catalina Girald, the founder of Naja dared. I will definitively follow this brand and buy my nude bra because I’m fascinated about this innovative idea. And, mostly because I’m a fan of nude lingerie which matches perfectly with the rest of outfit. Ladies, a nude shade bra should be a must-have in your wardrobe. With nude bra, you feel nude because your skin tone blends into the background.
The collection ‘Nude for all’ is designed to fit all by starring real women. Indeed, the collection ranges from the darkest skin tone to the lightest skin tone. 7 skin tones are included. Catalina Girald tried to mirror the colourful world where we live with references to the most popular foundation shades (with NARS, M.A.C, Bobbi Brown and l’Oreal).
Well, I use the Macao foundation shade of NARS, my Naja nude bra will be Nude 06 . The collection comprises 3 different underwears and 1 bra with printed interiors (such as Andy Warhol art). The Sasha bra costs C$66 and undies are between C$23 and C$26. In addition to meet women’s skin tones, they offer a wide choice of size. For undies: XS to XXL, for bra band sizes: 32 to 40, for bra cup sizes: A to DDD.
All Naja products are made in Colombia. When you buy an item, 2% of your purchase will be donated to Underwear for Hope program. Through Underwear for Hope, Naja employs Colombian women at home to make lingerie bags that you will receive with each Naja purchase. I let you discover this interesting company which could be the future number 1 of lingerie.