Vancouver's Daub+Design has launched a Panty of the Month program.

Fashion: Mailing monthly undies

Emma Yardley finds seamless fun

If you’re looking for a little monthly pick-me-up or maybe a gift for that hard-to-buy-for teen, Daub+Design has the perfect thing.

The Vancouver-based loungewear brand has launched a Panty of the Month program, sending subscribers a new pair of handmade, hand-tie-dyed seamless panties each month. Choose from three different colour ways, select a 3-month 6-month or 12- month subscription (starting at $60) and wait for your one-of-kind undies to appear in the mailbox.

Made of a nylon-Spandex blend (with a cotton gusset), each pair is entirely unique and comes in a cute little package every 30 days. Supporting a West Coast business and a smart business idea, what’s not to like?

 

 

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