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Popular swimwear startup Summersalt now makes bras and underwear a?? we had 6 women try them and their reviews were mixed

Summersalt

Summersalt is a women's clothing startup that makes some of our favorite travel and swimwear.



When it launched, we tested out its semi-sheer underwear line, which includes the Feel Free Bralette ($18) and Feel Free Underwear ($15). You'll find our first impressions plus a six-month update below.



The verdict was that the set is comfortable, cute, and good for lounging. If it works for you, you'll probably love it. However, fuller cup sizes will likely find this is too minimal to offer adequate support, and the non-adjustable straps may pose an issue for petite women.



Looking for a lounge bra with more support? Try True & Co's True Body V Neck Racerback Bra ($58).

When we need to fit the difficult bill of stylish, under-$100 swimsuits or sleek travel clothes that are so deceptively comfortable they should be hideous beyond repair, we head to Summersalt. Founded in May 2017, the online women's clothing startup has been quick to take on the trickiest areas of our wardrobes - both swimsuits and the pants and shirts you'd voluntarily spend 10 hours of a transatlantic flight in. And, so far, the Insider Picks team has agreed: Summersalt gets difficult right. The swimsuits are comfortable, flattering, and its website offers enough information for an informed choice without going to a crowded mall on a Saturday morning to do something you hate. The price-point of $95 is also relatively affordable for on-trend swimsuits. In the end, three reporters left glowing reviews. Their travel wear, on the other hand, is a mixture of silky, weighty material and slimming cuts. I named their $80 Everywhere Pant part of my airtight travel uniform. Summersalt then released the Summersalt Feel Free Bralette ($18) and Feel Free Underwear ($15), pretty pieces designed for comfort. In underwear, Summersalt does have an edge - a key component of its swimsuit design was integrating 1.5 million body measurements the company took from 10,000 women. A sustainable bamboo fabric blend lends great ventilation and natural antibacterial elements, and a concealed elastic liner keeps things fitted without introducing constrictive wire. Each comes in four colors: navy, purple, black, and cream. A handful of the women on the Insider Picks team tried the Feel Free Bralette ($18) and Feel Free Underwear ($15) for ourselves. You can find our personal experiences below, but the gist is this: It's extremely comfortable, cute, and pretty supportive for such sheer material, though you'll probably be using them for lounging. If it works for you, you'll probably love it. However, fuller cup sizes may find the bralettes to not offer adequate support, and the non-adjustable straps may pose an issue for petite women that isn't worth the hassle. So, while under-$20 is deal, you may want to spend a little more on something like True & Co's True Body V Neck Racerback Bra ($58) for more support. See our initial reviews of the Summersalt bralette and underwear, plus a six-month update:
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