Fashion

Collection: Andres Sarda – Autumn Winter 2018 / 2019


Anyone with boobs knows that a good bra is a necessity for a good day, not just a good time. Brands like Victoria’s Secret may have global recognition, but lets be real here – they don’t ultimately make high-quality bras. So in step brands like Andres Sarda, brands that actually make innovative steps to ensure our chests comfy but also pretty.

Andres Sardá is known internationally for the innovation of adding Teflon, Nylon, and Lycra to their designs. For those of us who don’t really know what this means, essentially they added stretchy and breathable fabric to their designs to make your boobs better supported and less sweaty.

The company itself was founded in 1962, with the brand following in 1980. In ’62 the designs were made with a focus on “orthopedic functional criteria”, regardless of what they looked like (meaning regardless of how ugly they are).  In 1970, they expanded the range by adding swimming clothes.

In 1995 Nuria Sardá, the daughter of the brand’s founder, joined the design team led by Andrés Sardá. However these days she is the current head honcho in charge of the brand’s creative direction, and the hand under which this year’s work was produced.

This collection is something to be desired. While the outfits they’re arranged around and under are what truly make these looks, they have a decent range of styles and colours. The corset is the true pièce de résistance, and with reasonable pricing (albeit to a woman who thinks spending $100+ on a bra is normal) it’s a steal. Take a look and be sure to hit up their online store.

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