Now, we know that the boy-cut isn't the best cut for lotsa ladies, and the brief isn't what everyone is looking for either, so while we're working on adding other cuts to the lineup, we'll be making sizes 18-30 on a made-to-order basis, so you can say,
And we'll answer, "Yes." Every time.And even if you don't know exactly what you need when you place the order, if they don't fit exactly how you want them to, we'll tweak them and do alterations until they're your perfect size- it's our Hot Booty Guarantee.
I’ve known about LVEO for a really long time, but I was scared to try them because as a plus-sized lady, even when things are *supposed* to fit, they don’t always fit (who decided that making something wider would fix the problem???).
But I finally bit the bullet took the plunge.
We needed to make a few minor tweaks to adjust the fit.
And at first it was startling to look at them – because the tshirt material doesn’t stretch and collapse like normal undies – so they’re much bigger than you want them to be.
I was also afraid because the material is so much thicker than my normal underwear and I don’t want bulky underwear.
But they were bright and fun.
And they fit.
And they didn’t move.
I didn’t have to pull them up down or around all day. I didn’t have to worry about them going somewhere they shouldn’t when I sat or stood.
When I really realized the difference though was when I put my other underwear back on.
They (the old underwear) suddenly felt thin and cheap and crappy. And they moved a lot, and I frequently had to adjust them.
Now I find myself rooting around for my Upitees and doing extra laundry to avoid my other underwear.
So this note is especially for ladies with butts, bellies, and/or unruly hips. It can be really demoralizing trying to find things that fit. And even worse when you really like something and it doesn’t fit.
So sometimes it’s easier just not to try.
Or to buy something cheap that will last a few months.
And when you hold them up in front of you, these underwear will probably be a lot bigger than you want, than you thought they’d be.
But it’s worth all of those things to feel wonderful in them. And to not have to pull and tug and adjust them.
To feel confident and comfortable.
It’s worth the money.
It’s worth the embarrassment of telling someone your measurements.
It’s worth being taken aback when they look big.
So worth it.