bgreen is the nicest
Their mission is “to create the nicest organic clothing in the marketplace,” and “nice” is a pretty apt word to describe the brand. bgreen is family-owned and focused on making the basics - mostly casual intimates and athletic wear - out of certified organic cotton and using low-impact dyes. It’s all stuff I could wear to my boyfriend’s parents’ house without feeling like a heathen and still liking my wardrobe, you know? Everything about them, from their down-to-earth styling to their fair-trade ethics, just seems…nice.
Plus, they make really comfy panties.
I’m notoriously picky about panties, so I only bought one pair (the classic bikini, in case you’re curious) to see how they fit. Ladies and gentlemen, these panties are a dream. They’re made out of the softest organic cotton, have great coverage, and stay in place so well that I forget I’m wearing them. I fully intend on picking up a couple more pairs (they come in black, white, pink, and polka dot) as well as their thong…and maybe even a bra or two.
Another “nice” thing about the bgreen booth was my chance to meet Josh, a tap dancer and fellow green-freak. Josh was wearing what I have determined is one of the most wicked cool shirts I’ve seen in a while:
Josh was checking out the men’s boxer briefs, which also looked really comfortable but seemed to run a little larger than most men’s intimates. (I agree, though as an FYI, the women’s stuff seemed to run true to size.) While we bonded over the panty table, he told me he’s trying out for Cirque du Soleil. So send him good vibes, everyone!
Nevermind. After seeing this picture, I figure Josh has his audition in the bag.
Back to the topic at hand: I’m pretty sure Josh and his friend (whose name I didn’t write down and now I feel totally guilty about it - she was also very nice) both picked up some bgreen stuff, I bought those panties, AND my photographer bought something, too. They made that big of an impression.
I mean, they made that nice of an impression, of course.
[[All photos copyright Sarah Schlossman. If you click that link you’ll see more photos. Nice, right?]]