Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Do you have a female hero? A woman who inspires you and makes you want to live life to the fullest? Lucky for the Miel Sisters, inspiring women abound in their close-knit clan. Their mother Beatriz, for one, stands out as a role model. Fiercely independent and strong willed, this accomplished professor of sociology is a compelling force of nature, perhaps even more so now that she is abuelita, or grandma, to three adorable grand-children—Camila’s 1-year-old baby Fiona and Valeria’s 7-year-old son Miguel and 5-year-old daughter Alicia.

Strong female characters obviously run in the family because the sisters’ other major source of inspiration is their beloved aunt Coco. A lawyer in her native Colombia, Coco made human rights her top priority, always rooting for the underdog, and acted as a nurturing presence for the sisters and their friends over the years. Although she died of breast cancer in 2009, Coco continues to be a guiding light for Camila and Valeria who value the fierceness and love she exhibited throughout her life and illness. Named in her honour, their COCO camisole represents the unique blend of strength, support and comfort that made their tia Coco so special.

October is breast cancer awareness month and a time to celebrate our female heroes. In the midst of our busy lives, we should never forget their many victories and losses. Nor should we forget to take care of ourselves (get screened!) and have the sweetest time of our life.

Turning Your Underwear into Outerwear

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Blame it on the stars. Not the ones in the sky, the glitzy ones on stage and in the tabloids. Celebrities have been wearing underwear as outerwear with varying degrees of success for many seasons now and summer is no exception. Sure, Rihanna can rock a sheer jewel-embellished bra on the red carpet but is this trend sustainable in the real world?

Then again, it’s summer for all of us. Time to dive into the cool laid-back atmosphere of picnics, street festivals and lazy afternoons by the pool. Summertime calls for easy looks that you can pull together in a cinch. And what’s easier than walking around in your undies?


The easiest look to pull out of your top drawer is the camisole with built-in shelf bra. You can dress it up or down and make it totally yours with various accessories. Try pinning a small brooch or a cluster of tiny ones near the strap for instant glam. Add colour to your neckline with beads or a scarf.

For a casual and comfy style, pair a neutral form-fitting stretchy cami with loose and flirty bottoms (anything trimmed in lace is red hot). Tropical prints are cropping up everywhere this season and a smooth camisole provides a great counterpoint to this style.

Itching for something romantic yet edgy? Indulge in a creamy lace top over a sleek black camisole. Very chic.


Fear not, we’re not suggesting you walk out of the house in barely a bra. Indeed, there are ways of hinting at one’s intimates without revealing too much.

Consider the sheer factor. Light and flowing see-through blouses are enjoying their moment in the sun on all the runways. Cultivate your devil may care attitude by wearing a brightly coloured bra under a sheer t-shirt. Or go for tone on tone. Navy is big right now. Get on board by pairing a sheer navy blue blouse with a navy bra.

Have fun! If you’re going for a flirty look, then it’s okay to show a bra strap… the more colourful, the better. And if you want to go that extra mile? Steal a page from Gwen Stefani’s stylebook and match your bra with your purse!


Bandeau-blackFor the young and restless, bandeaus are the quintessential summer garb. Who doesn’t love the sexy appeal of a bandeau peeking out from under a blazer, racerback camisole or blouse!

If you’d like to try out this look but prefer to err on the side of caution, wear a matching coloured bra with clear straps under your bandeau. Bandeaus with a stretchy ribcage band provide support and prevent slippage. Throw on a sheer blouse, light cardigan or blazer and you’re set for a glorious night under the stars.

A Few Rules of Thumb

When taking your bras, bandeaus and camisoles out for a spin, remember that this look works its magic in a relaxed and casual setting, not in the office or any other formal environment.

Another important thing to keep in mind: make sure your undergarments fit perfectly. You definitely don’t want any unsightly bulges or rib bands riding up.

See? You can make lingerie the star of your summer outfit in an elegant and eye-catching manner without resorting to see-through mesh shorts or fishnet onesies. Cheers to gracefully getting your underwear out of the closet!


Niki Beaudreau on Food, Fashion and Fun in the Sun

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ComNiki Beaudreaue summer, many of us love to dress light and eat right. Because healthy eating is such a vital ingredient in any balanced lifestyle, we’ve turned to Niki Beaudreau for some insight. As a registered dietitian in Montreal and author of the popular blog Niki Nutrition, Annique gives us the lowdown on her food choices, personal style and dream vacation.

You’re a proponent of clean eating and plant-based foods. Any suggestions for today’s busy woman on the go from morning to night?

Eat real, not fake. I try to eat as nature intended and avoid as many man-made foods as possible. For instance, it’s way better to eat apples instead of applesauce and soybeans instead of tofu. Not only is food from nature better for us all from a biological and digestive standpoint, it’s better for the environment—less transformations to our food means less overall energy needed to bring nature to market.

Many foods are already perfectly packaged by nature and easy to carry in a bag or purse, such as nuts, seeds, fresh fruit, dried fruit. Ask anyone, my purse is like a pantry chock full of delicious treasures. That way, I never have an excuse to not eat healthy.

Lastly, planning is key! On the weekend, I’ll often make huuuuuuge batches of food that I store in Mason jars for the week. For example, mix together quinoa, tomatoes, chickpeas,  garlic and cumin, and you have yourself a fun, light, healthy meal.

Does your food philosophy influence your fashion sense?

Of course! I own a lot of floral blouses and dresses… Go flower (and plant) power!

But seriously, as a vegetarian and a proponent of animal well-being, I certainly prevent myself from buying any new leather coats or purses, or suede boots, for instance.

Also, I like simplicity and colour, and prefer quality over quantity when it comes to fashion and food.

After a long and drawn out winter, the warm weather is finally here. What miel items will you be coveting this summer? 

I’m a big fan of seamless so I will definitely be rocking the NANA bra.

What is your daily beauty routine?

Again, pretty simple. I wash my face, slap on some SPF-50 face cream and organic mascara, and I’m good to go.

Regarding cosmetics, I like to go for products that haven’t been tested on animals and are exempt of parabens, sodium laureth sulfate and other endocrine-disrupting agents.

When I really want to go all out, l make homemade face masks using avocado, matcha green tea and lemon.

Before bed, I cover my face in olive oil (my boyfriend thinks I’m crazy). It leaves my skin feeling smooth and hydrated come morning.

You obviously lead a very active lifestyle. How do you stay so fit?

I’m all about mixing things up. I play soccer once a week (sometimes twice!), I practice yoga at least once a week to stay nice and limber, I train HITT style at least twice a week (thank you, YouTube) and I dance Zumba almost every day. As a Zumba instructor, it’s crucial to be on my A-game and up to date.

What was the best “active” holiday you’ve ever be on?

Costa Rica, hands down. My boyfriend and I travelled to this beautiful country in search of yoga and hiking. And that is exactly what we did for 10 days. We hiked to waterfalls, biked through shallow water to mysterious islands and did sunset yoga every night to the sounds of tropical birds and howler monkeys. Truly amazing. I highly recommend Costa Rica if you’re looking to rough it up, get out of your comfort zone and enjoy the beauty of mother nature.

Yoga-at-sunsetYoga-at-sunsetIt’s June and many of us want to make the most of the long summertime days. What foods or snacks do you suggest to boost our energy?

Legumes (chickpeas, lentils, beans), nuts, seasonal fruit, juices and water—lots of water.

Nuts because they’re easy to carry around and packed with tasty energy. I personally prefer salted cashews or plain walnuts. A few handfuls of either can provide you with enough protein and healthy fat to keep you full between meals. Then, quench that thirst (thanks salty nuts!) with some freshly squeezed juice made with orange, grapefruit, lemon, ginger and turmeric. This sweet combo makes me one happy girl!

Lastly, I’m going to channel a motherly tone here, but I can’t help reiterating the importance of drinking lots of water during long summer days. It’s very easy to get dehydrated when it’s hot, especially when you’re active, so be sure to keep your energy levels up by drinking lots of H2O. I like to add mint leaves or grated ginger to my water, just to make it more enticing!

What is one of your favourite healthy dishes that you like to whip up for friends or family?

Soups! Though they’re more of a side dish, they’re quick and easy to make. From gazpachos and miso soups to vegetable soups, soups represent a fantastic way to get some veggies into my loved ones. And, yes, comments from the peanut gallery are always positive!

What’s always in your fridge?

Soy milk, multi-grain bread, hemp seeds, fresh fruit, spinach and peanut butter.

Any guilty pleasures other than dark chocolate and red wine?

Where do I even begin? Popcorn. Oh man, when it comes to popcorn, I’m bad. Whether binge watching Mindy Project or reruns of Happy Endings, I can crush a bag of popcorn all on my own, no problem. Wait. Is that a problem?

Let’s wrap this up with an easy recipe involving something sweet like honey. Anything you care to share?

I thought you’d never ask. My chickpea blondies recipe is one of my all-time favourites.


Mother’s Day Gift Guide

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Here is the Miel Sisters’ ultimate gift guide for all you beautiful, active moms! Whether you’re shopping for a mom you know and admire or hoping to nudge your significant other in the right direction, here are some great ideas to celebrate mothers in style.

To top it all off, we’ve teamed up with two of our fave brands, Salua Lingerie and Soak modern laundry care, for a fabulous Mother’s Day Sweet Giveaway on Instagram and Facebook. Enter and you might win this fantastic trio:

  • Salua Lingerie’s new spring 2015 tank top and shorts set
  • Soak no-rinse wash
  • miel® camisole and panty

Contest ends at midnight Sunday, May 10. The winner of prize draw will be chosen at random and contacted via email or Facebook for size and shipping details. Good luck to all participants! Click here to enter.

Gift Guide

1. Fabletics Activewear

Today’s active woman wants to look stylish whether she’s at yoga, having coffee with friends or out with the kids. Who has time to change? Fabletics covers all bases in various styles and colours.

Fabletics Activewear

Photo courtesy of Fablectics Facebook

2. Salua Lingerie

Sweet dreams call for Salua Lingerie’s boyfriend pajama shirt. Soft, silky and very womanly, it’s perfect for a cozy night at home.


Photo courtesy of Salua Lingerie Facebook

3. Bombas Athletic Socks

Funky and colourful, these “mind-blowingly comfy socks” are out on mission. For every pair sold, Bombas donates a pair to the needy. Need we say more?

Bombas Athletic Socks

Photo courtesy of Bombas Facebook

 4. Yosi Samra Footwear

Follow in the footsteps of the cool urban crowds! Yosi Samra’s foldable flats, sandals, loafers and oxfords are windows to the best-looking soles walking this planet.

YS Flats

Photo courtesy of Yosi Samra Facebook

5. Oh Joy! Lifestyle Book

Billed by Time magazine as one of the most influential people on the Internet, Joy Cho has turned her colourful lifestyle blog Oh Joy! into pure joy for millions of fans. Her new book is just as delightful!

Oh Joy Book

Photo courtesy of Oh Joy! Website

6. Soak No-Rinse Wash

Soak is “modern care for the laundry you love.” Perfect for lingerie and workout clothes, this no-rinse wash comes in original scents and adorable packaging. Check out their cute soakbox gift sets!


Photo courtesy of Soak website

7. Miel Sisters Lingerie

This gift guide wouldn’t be complete without a touch of miel®… How about this weekend favourite?

Miel-Cami-PantyCoco camisole and Iris hipster in white


Getting to the Bottom of my Underwear

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Dear reader, it’s time to pack up my panties and head south for a little R&R. Well, this might be an overstatement. Hubby and I are taking the offspring to the land of Mickey. Fact is, I don’t know how much relaxing I’ll be doing.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining. I’m looking forward to this little trip of ours. But I’m gonna need all the support I can get. And you know what this means, don’t you? My underpants better be up to snuff.

When I first started wearing miel®, I fell in love with their seamless design, bright colours and super soft touch. They look—and feel!—so good. But there’s more to them than just good looks. The Miel Sisters are quick to point out that their unmentionables not only are breathable and moisture wicking but also keep a gal feeling fresh from morning to night.

Breathable? Moisture wicking? Gosh, I just want a nice pair of panties.

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Moisture-Wicking Underwear

Miel® intimates are made out of a Spandex and microfiber blend with the power to wick away moisture. Neat, huh? Yes, but … what does this mean? My trusty Oxford partially helped by defining “to wick” as the ability to “absorb or draw off moisture” but I was too distracted by the expression “to dip one’s wick”(which you can look up for yourselves) to pay much attention to anything else.

So I turned to the experts. (How did people manage before Google?) To wick away moisture means that the fabric weave forces moisture out instead of absorbing it. Moisture is released to the exterior where it evaporates upon contact with air. So you always feel nice and dry in your knickers. That’s a plus when you’re having a long day. With a couple of screaming kids. At the world’s largest amusement park.

What About Feeling Fresh?

My miel® undies do keep me feeling fresh a lot longer than my old cotton briefs. And guess what? There’s actual science to back this up. Did you know that all miel® lingerie includes a built-in botanical antimicrobial protection against stains and odors? Derived from essential oils and minerals, Guardin™, an eco-friendly natural product, is added during the textile manufacturing process. It prevents the growth of nasty bacteria causing odor or stains so bras and panties remain clean and odorless for a nice long time.

Knowledge is key when it comes to dressing for a trip fit for a mouse. Looks like I’m all set for a fun-filled stay at Disney. Now, if only I could get my kids to be more like my underwear: fresh, odorless and stain free.

The 7 Best Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Actually, now that we’ve tucked away the Super Bowl, V Day’s virtually here, there and everywhere as witnessed by the invasion of red hearts, pink cards and white stuffed bears in supermarkets, pharmacies and department stores. There’s no escaping it. Love is in the air, whether we like it or not.


Will You Be Mine? Wireless NANA Bra and Seamless IRIS Hipster in Radiant Red

Apologies to former boyfriends but try as I might, I can’t remember a single Valentine’s that blew my socks off. Too much expectation, too much hype, too much pressure. (Too much wine?) Heck, it’s probably too much for any healthy relationship. In fact, my most vivid Valentine memories hail far back to my childhood: the heart-shaped caked with pink frosting my mom made, the boxes of assorted chocolates, the cutout Valentine’s Day cards we’d give to our grand-parents and best friends. For me, Valentine’s has always been, and will always be, about friends, family… and my sweet tooth.

Whether you’re happily single, merrily coupled up or cozily nestled in a family, why not take this once-in-a-year chance to do something special and loving. Here are 7 sweet ideas for celebrating Valentine’s Day:

1. Send a Valentine’s card to your best friend. Lovers may come and go in our lives, but good friends are around for the long run. Let your best buddy know just how special she (or he) really is.

2. Treat yourself to a spa day. Lord knows how tough February can be on our skin, hair and nails, and we need all the pampering we can get. A good facial, deep tissue massage or soak in a whirlpool is just what the Love Doctor ordered.

If you have a favourite spa in mind, remember to reserve early, as Valentine’s falls on a Saturday this year.

However, if like me, you have an aversion to overcrowded tubs and are in the mood to stay home, indulge in a nice long bath (to avoid drying out your skin, add essential oil such as lavender or eucalyptus), a homemade face mask and a cozy robe. I’m loving these easy home recipes.

3. Enjoy some quality alone time. Splurge on great takeout, a fun movie or the latest bestseller (and no, it doesn’t have to be 50 Shades of Grey). Plus, nothing says indulgence quite like a glass of bubbly… Champagne, sparkling wine, spritzer… It’s your day, choose what you love best!

4. Throw a dinner party. I’m no Nigella Lawson, so I need a nice leisurely afternoon to prepare, cook and taste. Maybe even nap. Before guests arrive (or loved ones start whining for food), set the table and change into something fancy. My grandmother always used to get dressed up for dinner, guests or no guests. Some customs are worth revisiting, especially for a special evening.

5. Plan a game night with family members or a group of friends. Scrabble, Risk, Monopoly, go for the classics or try newer board games like Settlers of Catan. Load up on nibbles and hand out candies and chocolates as prizes. This is a great opportunity to turn off all electronic gizmos and tune in to each other.

6. Reconnect with Mother Nature by going for a long walk. According to one Harvard biologist, “we have an innate need to connect with the environment. Nature makes us feel whole.” (For more info on the topic, see the December edition of Vogue.)

7. Slip into something a little more comfortable

Why bother with stiff bras and scratchy panties that feel tight and uncomfortable? Remember girls: sexy is a state of mind and the ultimate luxury is feeling good in your own skin. To slip into something comfortable without sacrificing sexiness, now that’s the essence of femininity. I’ll take comfort and freshness over starched laced any day. Trust me, nothing says sexy like a happy woman. And when I’m wearing my IRIS hipster, I’m one happy woman.

How will you spend Valentine’s Day? Are you a hopeless romantic or a jaded cynic?

Share your comments with us, we’d love to hear from you!


Promises, Promises!

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First things first, allow me to wish you a very happy New Year! May 2015 be filled with special moments, inspiring projects and the joys of wireless living (bras and otherwise)!

Come January 1st, many of us feel a strong urge to begin the year fresh. So we make a list of resolutions. The champagne fizzes away in our best crystal as we resolve to become kinder, fitter or more productive. Promises we may, or may not, keep.2015 New Year Resolution

Me, I’m the queen of resolutions. I love making them every New Year’s and I love listening to other people’s resolutions. Think of me as the Barbara Walters of resolutions. Just for a minute.

A quick survey reveals that the most popular resolutions include losing weight, exercising, spending more time with friends and family, and learning something new. (Needlepoint 101, here I come!) Another popular one, for hard-core resolution makers such as my husband, is alcohol abstinence for a long, long time. OK… We’ll see how long this one lasts. (At time of press, my honey had lasted 6 days, 17 hours and 23 minutes before twisting open a brewsky.) As I was saying…

For 2015, Miel Sister Camila’s personal resolution is to turn off all screens (TV, tablet, laptop, mobile phone) one full hour—yes, that’s 60 minutes—before bedtime. Experts agree that “unplugging” before hitting the sheets improves sleep, reduces stress and helps family relationships. Benefits that will certainly apply to all household members, including hubby and baby!

On the professional front, sisters Camila and Valeria have chosen a more altruistic resolution. After six years of creating and marketing what is arguably the world’s most comfortable underwear, it’s time for the Miel Sisters to partner up with a non-profit organization to promote an important and meaningful social cause. The jury’s still out on their choice, but you can bet your bottom dollar that it’ll be something close to their hearts.

Win a Sweet miel® Set!

What are your resolutions for 2015? We’d love to hear from you! The Miel Sisters will award the best resolution (it should be original, measurable and attainable) with the gift of their popular seamless NANA bra and IRIS hipster now available in blue denim color! You have until January 31st to submit your resolutions in the blog’s comments section (just click on Leave a Comment). We will contact the winner via email or Facebook for size and shipping details. May the best resolution win!

Seamless Bra and Hipster in Blue Denim

Hooking up for the Holidays

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Don’t you just LOVE this time of year? The tinsel, the mistletoe, the fur, the snowflake sweaters… My god, I even love the Christmas carols. Not only do I dig the season and its tidings, I also relish tackling the life-and-death matter of what to wear.

There’s more to an outfit than what meets the eye. Especially a holiday outfit. We spend hours looking for the right dress, the perfect pants, the prettiest top, but what about all the stuff that goes on underneath this finery? Shouldn’t we be hooking up with the right underpinnings for our holiday getup? I dare say, yes.

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Nana Bra in Smoke: Perfect under your LBD

Learning the Hard Way

Eons ago, when I was but a wee lass of 14, the roller skating rink was THE place to be on a Friday night. I’d go with my best friend who, on one particular occasion, looked like the cat’s meow in her tightest jeans and best white and red checked shirt. She was a fine skater, and I envied her grace as she glided around the rink. Yet, teenage tragedy struck. My little kitten suddenly stopped dead in her tracks as she noticed, all too late, a fatal flaw in her outfit: under the black light, her pristine white bra shone—well, more like, glowed—through the thin fabric of her shirt. Boys snickered. Girls giggled. Mortified, she rolled off and spent the remainder of the evening seething under the glaring lights of the concession stand. So much for her Funkytown (and, needless to say, mine).

Whether you’re 14, 24, 34 or more, wearing the right bra can make or break your night.

Cardinal Rules for Holiday Dressing

To make sure people notice you and your best clothes rather than your underwear, follow these simple guidelines:

  • Under a white, ivory or cream top, always wear a nude bra or camisole. This will ensure that your attire steals the spotlight, not your bra.
  • Choose neutral-coloured undies that will keep you feeling fresh from morning to the wee hours of the night. Opt for a soft fabric that wicks away moisture especially if you plan to kick up your heels on the dance floor.
  • Go seamless (bra and panty) when slipping into a luxuriously slinky garment.
  • When wearing form-fitting pants, skirts or dresses, remember: you can’t go wrong with a thong. Nobody wants to go on the naughty list because of VPLs.

‘Twas the Night before the Party

If, like me, you want to look and feel your best during the holidays, go the extra mile when it comes to dressing up: deck yourself with your finest undergarments. Trust me, you’ll have yourself a merry little Christmas!

The Art of Matchmaking

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Let’s do a show of hand, ladies: any matchmakers out there? … That’s what I thought. Not too many of us willingly admit to what my trusty Oxford defines as “scheming to bring couples together.” My own mother denies ever dirtying her manicured hands with matchmaking during my single days. And yet, she was the mastermind behind the single worst blind date of my life involving a grungy bar on Duluth St., bad wine and the company of said date who not only talked me deaf and dumb for more than two hours but also shamelessly flirted with pretty much every guy who came across our path, from the firemen cruising the Main to the vile drunk sprawled on the bar. Apparently, the fact that he was gay did not factor into my mother’s thought process… Nor his, it would seem. I ended up with the bar bill and a blinding migraine.

Sucky blind dates aside, what about matchmaking when it comes to getting dressed in the morning? Do you scheme to match shoes with handbag, lips with nail polish, left sock with right sock? Just how far are you prepared to go when it comes to pairing clothes? And if you don’t match, does this automatically mean that you’re mismatched?

Let’s dive a little bit deeper into the closet. Do you like to match your bra to your undies? Not necessarily my thing, I tend to fear the overly predictable.

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Coral and Blue… A perfect mismatch!

Having said that, there’s something undeniable about the cohesive appeal of a set: whether it’s by dint of color or cut, the pieces fit together like a match made in heaven. It’s the wow factor of the Brangelina couple, the “one-two punch” allure of a couple of fine looking specimens coming together. Speaking of which… Not to toot my own horn, but let’s just say that I scored high points with my significant other when I wore the NANA bra and IRIS hipster in Radiant Red. Yes, my friends, it takes two to tango and it doesn’t get any better than tangoing in red. Oh so perfect for the upcoming holidays.

Matchmaking doesn’t always work but, sometimes, magic happens. (Note to self: the NANA and IRIS will soon be available in Blue Denim. Time to meet my match!)

NANA bra and IRIS culotte in Radiant Red

NANA bra and IRIS culotte in Radiant Red


Loco for Coco!

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By the time fall rolls around, the leaves have turned and the air is crisp and redolent of home baking. We’re good and ready for a hot toddy, a new wardrobe and yet another season of House of Cards.

October is also breast cancer awareness month, a subject that is close to our hearts (and, indeed, bosoms). In the summer of 2009, our dear aunt Coco lost her fight against breast cancer. She was 67 when she died, leaving behind the man with whom she shared her life, three children and all the rest of us.

Long before we ever hooked up our first bras, tia Coco was a big part of our lives. Lovingly nicknamed Borito by us kids, Coco was a respected fiscal lawyer in Columbia who fought passionately for the rights of others.

She was loving and generous. There was no limit to the family and friends she welcomed into her home and into her heart. Living with her during our college years, she always welcomed our friends as if they were her own, spending entire afternoons chatting with them even if we weren’t around. Her house was an open house! She was quirky too, we used to laugh about the old Corolla that she loved and treated like a Ferrari. These are all parts of Coco we still cherish.


Coco landing her first parachute jump!

Coco landing her first parachute jump!

Coco was a strong, determined and active woman. Throughout her illness and treatment, she laughed, danced and fought like a warrior. She never lost hope. She passed away right after we launched the three first styles of our collection, so she did get to wear some of our undies. It was in honour of her memory that we named our COCO camisole. It represents the combination of strength, support and comfort with which our aunt lived her life.

October 12 was Coco’s birthday. To celebrate our aunt’s memory and draw attention to breast cancer awareness, we’re offering 25% off all COCO camisoles, from October 12 to 19. What better way to go Loco for COCO!