Cotton Boxers is the name given to a new line of cotton boxer underwear and shorts that is being developed by designer and fashion blogger Cassy.
The new line, called Cotton Bralette, will hit shelves on April 1st and feature a range of styles including a cotton bralet and cottons, a cotton turtleneck and a cotton chiffon.
Cassy was inspired to develop the line after her daughter had a severe allergic reaction to a particular type of cotton, which caused her to lose weight.
“She was diagnosed with it at four years old and went into shock.
I was left with nothing but pain and tears,” she told TechRadaru.
“My daughter was able to wear clothes because she had to, but I was stuck with a huge pain in my back that wasn’t getting better.
It was really tough, I just didn’t know how to cope.
I just thought, if I can do something to help my daughter, why can’t I do something for other children?”
The line has been inspired by a mother who was diagnosed by a nurse with hayfever.
In the UK, the number of people who have allergies to cotton is increasing.
According to the National Health Service (NHS), there were around 2.6 million children in the UK with an allergy to cotton in 2013-14.
There are now more than 7,000 children with hay fensivitis in England, according to the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
Many parents have also found cotton underwear is a good alternative to cotton boxing for their children.
Sophie’s Daughter, a children’s clothing brand, was founded in the mid-2000s and has a range for children aged two to nine.
According to Sophie’s daughter, a range has helped make the brand a successful business and the brand now employs more than 300 staff.
“When we launched Sophie’s Daughter in 2007 we knew we were on to something big,” said Sophie’s partner of five years, Sarah Jones.
“We were selling a lot of things we thought people might like, and that’s why we wanted to make cotton underwear.”
A range of products, with a range, was the perfect starting point for us to go on to develop more products.
“Sarah said she and her partner also believe the range will appeal to women who want a little something extra.”
I think women will love the fact that they can wear cotton underwear and cotton socks and cotton underwear in the summer too,” she said.”
You can also wear cotton shorts in the winter too.
“Read more about cotton box and cotton bralaettes here: Cotton Boxers: What you need to know Read more Cassy’s first collection, Cotton Bralaette, was launched in 2016 and is available in three colours: pale grey, light grey and light cream.”
My inspiration for Cotton BrALette came from a mom who had hayfense, and her daughter has hayfence,” Sarah said.
She said the range was developed in conjunction with the Royal Children’s Hospital in Bristol, which is also home to a number of children’s hospitals.
Sarah said the brand was also inspired by the Duchess of Cambridge and her daughters, Princess Charlotte and Princess Eugenie.”
The Princess is an inspiration for us, and we want to be her inspiration too,” Sarah added.
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