Lizzo is launching her very own size-inclusive shapewear brand, Yitty

Posted: 31 March 2022 1:37 pm

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We're afraid Yitty won't have you looking like a snack at all, but in fact, a whole damn meal.

The popstar has proven her musical talents and is now entering her businesswoman era with Yitty. Teaming up with Kate Hudson's athleticwear company Fabletics, Lizzo is dropping her own shapewear line designed "for every damn body".

The line will consist of 3 different collections: Nearly Naked for seamless shapewear, Mesh Me for smoothing, interchangeable inner or outerwear and Major Label for all your athleisure needs.

Not only is the icon tackling issues of size inclusivity, but she's also championing the shade range game. According to the singer, this project has been on her mind for years, originating from her own experiences. Lizzo claims to have rocked shapewear since the sixth grade but struggled to find pieces that fit both her needs and skin tone.

"I went to the store…and there were only three colours – jet black, ivory white, or pink. No one is that colour!"

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The range will begin at XS and extend all the way to 6 XL. What's even better is that these pieces aren't simply "sized up or down", but actually take into consideration different body types and proportions. Goodbye to hiking your leggings all the way up to your rib cage.

With the increasing popularity of bodysuits, we know that this line is going to be a hit. Plus, over 65% of the garments are made with recycled fibres. An absolute win for our wardrobe and our planet.

The collection will be released on 12 April and range from US$14.95 to US$69.95. But if you want to be among the first to get your hands on these hot pieces (and don't want to miss out!), you can sign up to be on the Yitty waitlist.

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