Purpose: Wear better quality underwear that is better for you + planet
Impact: 80% Biodegradable, less carbon and water waste
Style: Wide G String
Wear me: Perfect for every day and when you're feeling rather Cheeky!
Material: 80% Lenzing Tencel, 20% Elastane and Polyamide
Certifications: OKEO TEX Standard 100 & Lenzing Certification: 31926660
Plastic-free and carbon-neutral shipping straight to your doorstep!
Our nat’v Cheeky G is should we say a little cheeky! Perfect for when it's time to get your party pants on! It’s your perfect brief for that get-up and go for it days! This G sits at the natural waist and has a higher cut leg opening. This is our best seller!
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Never wearing anything else
Honestly I have thrown out all my other undies. I have stocked up on these bad boys!
Hi Sarah, Thank you so much.
These are insane. I have the cheeky g's and they're crazy comfortable - feels like you're wearing nothing. But in a good way. The material is so soft and thick and just feels like amazing quality, and the band doesn't cut into your hips at all; I won't be buying anything else for a long time. They're pretty true to size, too. I got a 10 and I wear 26/27 jeans. They're on the pricey side but personally I think it's worth it given the quality and the ethics and sustainability focus of the brand. I will definitely be buying these again and recommending them to everyone I know. Looking forward to what you guys do in the future!
Postage on these was so fast and straight out of the bag, they are sooo soft. I'm a size 14-16 with a small waist and big booty, so bought the 14 and 16 to find the perfect fit. Unfortunately the sizing on these is a bit odd, so the 16's sit really high (cover belly button) and the 14's sit at an unfortunate height and cut in on me (they are very comfortable and don't feel like they're cutting in, but would make for a lumpy silhouette under clothing). Devastating because they are so soft!
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7 tips to keep your knickers fresh
Washing your knickers may seem pretty straightforward, but how do you actually wash your knickers? Like most of us you probably, haven't put a lot of thought into it. And why on earth would you? You have a life—and that doesn’t include worrying about your knickers?
Personally I am the worst washer of any clothes and usually don’t think twice before doing the washing. Everything gets thrown in the same load on whatever setting, I am guessing the default one. So what’s wrong with that? Washing your Nat'v Basics with the rest of your laundry will ultimately cause them to wear out quickly which includes tears, fraying, fading, and stretching.
Here are some tips on how to care and prolong the life of your nat'v knickers.
Tip 1: Treat me delicately! Place your Cheeky Gs, Classics and pre-rinsed Comforts inside a delicates wash bag, with similar colours.
Pre-rinse your leak proof Comforts in cold water until the water runs clear.
Tip 2: Warm and gentle wash. Select a gentle cycle, not too hot, not too cold, just right.
Tip 3: Mild detergent, no harsh chemicals. Use a colour safe, mild detergent. Do not bleach or use fabric softener.
Tip 4: Leave me hanging! Hang me on the line to dry in the shade.
Tip 5: Do not tumble dry. Do not tumble dry or take me to the dry cleaners.
Tip 6: Do not iron. No ironing required here.
Tip 7: Keep me trimmed. If any loose threads appear, trim them to keep me tidy and avoid threads catching.
So it’s pretty straightforward!
By following our tips your nat'v basics are going to last a lot longer, which is great for your back pocket and our planet.
We use the word “comfort” a lot and to us this does not just refer to the physical touch of our materials on your skin. We want to extend the experience of comfort to our customers by adding the assurance that we are making better choices for the planet.
We aim to offer comfort to our customers by maintaining an open and honest supply chain, by checking and ensuring the highest quality working conditions exist at all levels, and by investing time and resources into researching the best techniques for material manufacture that have the least impact on the natural world.