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US brand Aerie made waves late last year when they launched AerieReal—a range of basic underwear in inclusive nude shades.

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As the industry slowly begins to untangle the concept of 'sexy' and the concept of 'uncomfortable,' it has had the knock-on effect of promoting a definition of beauty and sex appeal outside the range of white, cis, thin and able-bodied women. And, alongside the rise in no-nonsense underwear, honestly and authenticity is becoming more and more synonymous with sexiness and sensuality.

When it comes to underwear, we've come to accept bows, frills, cut-outs and sheer lace as the rule. It's official: women aren't wearing g-strings anymore.


That's right, one of your underwear drawer's most uncomfortable suspects is on the way out. Their zero-VPL appeal has been taken over by seamless underwear, and women are shirking the uncomfortable factor for a breezier cut found in the brief or bikini. Fabrics that suffocate. View Gallery Delightfully daggy underwear on the big screen. The industry has made billions telling women that in order to feel sexy, they need to look like something they're not.

Featuring year-old model Mercy Brewer, model Grace Stratton in her wheelchair, nursing mothers in their new maternity line, breast cancer survivors, and their catalogue models with stretchmarks, pubic hair and un-retouched bodies, Lonely's marketing has always been refreshingly inclusive.

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Millennials, more than any other generation, are happy to point out when they're not comfortable. Of their new direction in advertising, label Aerie told The Washington Post"There's no question that today's young customers know the difference between fact and fiction.

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No bullshit," Everlane's models got raw and real in their campaign shots. Thankfully, 'comfortable' and 'sexy' aren't polar opposites.

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And while styles and trends differ and vary—from French-inspired ruffles, to strapped-up lingerie—the pieces are usually more than a little uncomfortable. But underwear south of the Agent Provocateur slant are usually deemed embarrassing.

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No bows. Upon the launch of their women's line, US brand Tommy John stressed that their basic, no-frills range was geared towards "overcoming the uncomfortable. But it doesn't stop there. Lace that chafes. Underwires dig in, Brazillian cuts ride up and those thigh-high stockings never quite seem to stay all the way up.

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And with something as everyday as underwear, are even happier to bin the more restrictive culprits. Brands like EverlaneLonely Lingerie, and even Calvin Klein are helping to broaden the accepted range of 'sexy underwear' beyond styles you'd see Dakota Johnson wear in Fifty Shades of Grey. The bras and bottoms come several different shades that reflected a more diverse range of skintones, and were unveiled with a raw campaign featuring models of different races, sizes and body types.

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Everlane's splash into the underwear market was marked by their impressive LoveYourUnderwear campaign. But, thanks to a few new collections and some inspiring campaigns, the days of sensible underwear ridicule are over. Campaigns from Calvin Klein, appropriately Kardashian-Jenner filled and featuring high-cut underwear and soft-cup bras geared to read as 'sexy,' are helping to change how we market and associate comfort with underwear.

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Sexy underwear—meant for dates, semi-exposed tops, and intimidating bodygoals posts by Instagram influencers—has evolved into its own brand of cultural phenomena. Taunts like 'granny panties,' and 'period underwear' are thrown at our trusted high-waisted bikini cuts without compunction, and we've all been embarrassed at our patterned briefs after an impromptu disrobing.

Everlanewho have recently revealed their LoveYourUnderwear line, wrote, "Bras that push, pad, and squeeze. Instead of having Victoria's Secret Angels and celebrity endorsements be our ideal representation of unclothed beauty, a switch to authenticity and realness is being ushered in.

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Lots of women are farewelling the structured bra for softer shapes, and forgoing confining details like unnecessary straps, awkwardly placed cut-outs and un-breathable materials—and we have some forward-thinking brands to thank. Promising "No frills.

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Lonely Lingerie—a New Zealand-based brand—has been praised for its real advertising. But the demise of indention lines and awkward late-night unstrapping aren't the only benefits of the no-frills underwear movement. Clean lines, inclusive nude shades, and a mandatory lack of thrills and frills make for a trend we're happy to take it all off for.