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Parade has just presented a new colorful collection that remains true to its discourse on the free expression of gender and sexuality. In fact, they will donate 2,000 pieces of underwear to LGTBQ+ associations such as Ali Forney, SisTerds PGH or Casa Ruby.


As Parade states, the American underwear brand was born to show that self-expression is much more than what we wear. Therefore, with their underwear pieces they try to rewrite the concept of what is “sexy” and celebrate the beauty and diversity of all bodies.

The “Color Outside the Lines” collection includes three limited edition models with new color combinations and of course, a restock of their best underwear pieces. But the highlight of this release is undoubtedly the new full-coverage bralette, characterized by its V-neckline and breathable mesh front panel. Like the rest of Parade’s products, it is made with Re:Play fabric, which provides a better fit and comfort. Not only that, its adjustable shoulder straps and AirBand™ ensure lightweight shape support.

In addition, Parade will donate 2,000 of its underwear pieces to five LGTBQ+ organizations: Ali Forney, Casa Ruby, SisTers PGH, House of Tulip and House of resilence.


The new bralette is available in grey “Storm”, purple “Magic Berry”, aqua “Butterfly”, navy “Starry Sky” and black “Eightball”, along with the rest of the “Color Outside de Lines” collection in their online store. Check it out!