As with any undergarment, we recommend taking the extra loving step to help them last:
Handwash: we know ain't nobody got time for that, but washing lightly with cold water and mild detergent by hand can help your bra maintain its shape and quality the longest.
Use bra laundry bag: When you can't hand-wash, these mesh bags provide protection for your delicates from ruff zippers and snags while in the laundry machine.
Air dry: Skip the dryer and lay your bra flat or on a rack. The harsh heat from the dryers can deform and wrinkle your bra.
Switch it out: Wearing the same bra every day puts a lot of stress on that garment. Having a several bras in rotation reduces daily wear and tear (and gives you more colors to chose from!).
Feel awesome wearing Pepper because 1) your boobs look great in it and 2) it was produced ethically.
Our garments are manufactured in Medellin, Colombia. If you've never been, we highly recommend visiting this beautiful place with lush mountains, warm hospitality and $1 fresh fruit juices (WHAT?!).
We picked this factory because of their dedication to quality craftsmanship, expertise in undergarments and social responsibility. We visited on-site, met their workers and saw their working conditions. They offer their employees fair wages, benefits and provide opportunities to single mothers and female heads of households.
The gold hardware components of the bra do contain traces of nickel and may cause an allergic reaction in someone with nickel sensitivity. We are working with our manufacturer to find different hardware pieces.