I was given the privilege of reviewing Zhe’s Wicked panty recently …. this amazing panty compresses and minimizes our frontal anatomy thanks to the multi layer mesh lining. I wore them all day and never, ever had to adjust …. since the gusset is wide …. I was able to tuck comfortably however I think the mesh is incredibly effective when it come to smooooothing and suppressing. Bottom line is I don’t think I need to tuck when I am wearing this.
*To read the full blog post click the link Hannah McKnight
Zhe by Karyn Elizabeth was kind enough to send me their tucking underwear and bra. They’re so comfy and work so well!! I absolutely love them! Thank you so much!
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Wow! A compression panty that really looks and feels like a normal pair! Price is worth it for the quality and it really strikes a balance between smoothing in the front while being comfortable. Love it for leggings and dresses. Packaged with love and care clearly which is much appreciated.
I recently purchased the Wicked Lace Bralette and Panty and I am totally in LOVE with the set! This lace bralette is perfect for wearing under sheer tops as the lace provides a certain degree of modesty while simultaneously allowing you to show your sexiness. The lace, scalloped-edged cups comfortably cover and provide perfect support for the breasts. The band is the perfect width and does not dig in anywhere. The shoulder straps never dig in either, and also stay up in place all day without any hint of sliding off the shoulder. Since it is a bralette, there is no underwire poking you in the breastbone or in the armpit. If you are looking for a sexy, yet super comfortable bra – this is it!
In 2014, South Shore mom Karyn Bello and her family began navigating uncharted territory when her daughter, Lily, came out as transgender.
Her clothing line, named Zhe in reference to the gender-neutral pronoun, includes technology meant to fit transgender women’s bodies and help them feel confortable in their own skin.
*Read the full article Staten Island Advance
“The Future is Inclusive” with this new line of undergarments specifically for the Trans and gender non-conforming community, Zhe by Karyn Elizabeth.
“I know that lingerie seems like a frivolous way to uplift people, but your undergarments are the first thing you put on your body when you get dressed,” said Karyn, on the importance of collections like hers.
*Read the full article GCN Magazine Ireland
Karyn Bello noticed how her transgender daughter struggled to find undergarments that fit her body. She says, “As the mother of a trans woman, I was concerned with making sure that the community had a healthier alternative to duct tape and wearing multiple pairs of underwear that were way too small.” Bello worked with her daughter to create Zhe, a small lingerie business that creates underwear for transgender shoppers.
*Read the full article Forbes
“The Future of Lingerie Is Inclusive”
Latest entrant to this sector from the US (Staten Island) is Zhe by Karyn Elizabeth – again a brand born of necessity when Karyn’s daughter told her mother in 2014 that she was transgender. Like any mother, Karyn wanted to help her daughter (transparentcy as she calls it), but at that time there really wasn’t a lot of information available. She made it a mission to dig out and share whatever she found and latterly launched Zhe.
*Read full article Underlines Magazine pgs 42-43
Karyn Bello, a fashion designer behind the forthcoming Zhe by Karyn Elizabeth collection of lingerie designed for transgender women. After Karyn’s daughter came out as trans in 2014, Karyn has sought to address the lack of inclusion in intimate garments so that her daughter – and others – will have underwear they feel good in.
*Listen here R&R Lab Episode 72
The fact that Karyn has designed her collections with both function and style combined is very helpful. I feel empowered and secure in wearing these garments, which creates confidence within me. I think the mission statement to improve a very intimate facet of a woman’s wardrobe will support many people.
*Read her interview with Zhe Trans TrailBlazers