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Lizzo announce her shapewear line on March 30, and it was well received by fans and shoppers alike. Towards caters to all body types, the award-winning singer collaborates with Fabletics on Yitty, a second line of skin care clothing that has dimensions that include function while feeling less restrictive than formative clothing. The brand offers a wide range of dividers designed to move, dance and live. Body positivity is paramount in both the campaign and the design.
Following Yitty’s announcement, fans waiting for its release had a lot of questions. How does it fit? Does it really work as advertised? How does it compare to other shaping shirts on the market? Our team found those answers with an editorial review of the nine required sections. Fabletics submitted mesh bodysuits, logo bras, and cycling shorts in various sizes (from small to 2X) to three POPSUGAR editors, who put them on trial. experience. The results surprised us – we were delighted to discover that the functionality is truly top-notch, and that these devices are even more wearable than expected.
To be fair, Lizzo She’s a pretty persuasive muse. Before the release date, multihyphenate modeled her creations on Instagram, including black leggings with butt cleavagean elastic substance red jumpsuitand a leggings and butterfly bra. But are those items trendy and comfortable for us?
Ahead, three POPSUGAR editors try out Yitty and share their thoughts on each piece. Keep scrolling for an honest review, along with photos of each Yitty shapewear item we’ve reviewed.