Glow-In-The-Dark Underwear Is Exactly What You Need Right Now – Design You Trust

Glow-In-The-Dark Underwear Is Exactly What You Need Right Now

Handcrafted by the husband and wife duo Leah and Avery, each piece is cleverly designed to fit well and light up at night. Every item is made by hand on a sewing machine and screen printed with glowing ink.

More info: Etsy (h/t: sobadsogood)

“We believe that the good design is built on great materials, and even better craftsmanship,” says the duo. “That’s why sourcing high-quality materials in the USA, and handcrafting them in-house into clothing that lasts is not just our story, it’s our passion.”

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