Latest Obsession: Make It Good Glow in the Dark Solar System Underwear

G2Thank the stars for Etsy! What a wonderful, amazing, spectacular place to find indie designers who are making the coolest stuff! I just found this company Make It Good, like ten minutes ago, and my brain is completely obsessed with their underwear! Well, not all their underwear: specifically their Glow in the Dark Solar System underwear. AH! LOVE!!!

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They have the regular style underwear for women and they only cost $18 USD. That is unfathomable for me because, as my husband likes to say, I have expensive tastes. They also have the high-waisted style which in this instance would be my preference for more glow-in-the-dark goodness! If two style options were not enough they also have a trunks style for women. If you find yourself always borrowing your boyfriend’s underwear, then this might just be the style for you.

G3They have several other items made of the same pattern including leggings (which I also want), a couple shirts, and a pair of trunks for men. Now usually I am not a ‘matchy-matchy’ kind of person but I am fascinated by the mental image of my husband and I in bed with our matching glow-in-the-dark solar system underwear on. Seriously, that would be a riot.

G4I must talk a little bit more about the company, materials, and logistics though or I would not be going them due diligence. The company is out of Portland and they make everything by hand and in the USA (for those who care where their products are made). The solar system image was hand-drawn by artist Nate Crane. Not only are the underwear totally cool but they will also be totally soft. The regular underwear are made of organic cotton, the high-waisted version (and the trunks) are made of bamboo. They seem to put a lot of thought into their materials which is nice. They have also made shipping really affordable with $2 to the US and $5 to Canada.

I plan to treat myself to some glowing underwear… how about you? 🙂

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  1. Martha says:

    Sweet! Until 2013 we still had remnants of glow in the dark constellations in your ‘old’ bedroom. Now you get to moon the moon. Lol (you left your old room about 10 years ago).

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