Organic Cotton Bikini Bottoms Canada

Montreal, May 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Montreal, Quebec –

Frank And Oak, a sustainable Canadian fashion brand, has a range of women’s underwear available for sale. The collection can be viewed online by going to the link:

The collection includes different types of women’s loungewear such as bras, bralettes, briefs, thongs and bikini bottoms. The collection has proven to be very popular with the company’s customers who admire it for the options it offers in terms of styles and colors. Loungewear collection items are available in multiple sizes including XXS, XS, S, M, L and XL, and a variety of colors including black, tan, pink, grey, red, yellow, green and blue.

The women’s underwear collection is designed to provide the wearer with maximum comfort and support. The fabric used is antibacterial, giving the wearer confidence that they will perform 24/7 to protect the health of their intimate areas. The materials used are a mix of organic cotton or recycled nylon combined with a small amount of Spandex to give the products a certain flexibility and elasticity.

The Loungewear Collection bralette is wireless, eliminating the need for intrusive straps that can be uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time. The plunge neckline bra has a smooth elastic band that provides the wearer with adequate support for the chest area. The bikini bottoms have a “barely there” design that looks natural and is extremely comfortable to wear. There are no wires in the hipster briefs, no padding in the high waisted panties, and the thong comes with adjustable straps.

As previously announced, all of these comfort-focused features are backed by a manufacturing process that uses only organic cotton, which is responsibly grown and harvested using sustainable methods. Items in the collection that use recycled nylon use nylon fibers that are made from discarded nylon textiles, spun into new yarns, reducing the use of resources.

A company spokesperson describes the experience of wearing items from the collection: “Loungewear for women should be both stylish and comfortable to provide them with the freedom and flexibility to live their life in their way. We kept these needs at the forefront as we embarked on the design process for this collection. We also wanted to achieve these goals with environmentally friendly and sustainably sourced materials. We believe we managed to incorporate everything we wanted into the final products with the creation of this collection. If you’re looking for eco-friendly and sustainable women’s underwear made by a company that respects the environment and strives to preserve its biodiversity, you can’t go wrong with the Frank And Oak women’s underwear collection.

Frank And Oak was certified B Corp in 2019. The company is committed to the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance. A spokesperson describes the requirements for B Corp certification as the need to balance profit with purpose, public transparency and legal accountability at every step of the process. The company has delivered on its promise as 78% of its products are made with sustainable processes and eco-friendly materials and its design team continually pushes the bar to seek out and create products with the lowest impact on the planet. , its inhabitants, and its fauna.

Frank And Oak makes it as easy as possible to order their products online as they offer free standard shipping options for orders over $75. It also offers free return options for buyers who might be dissatisfied with the product. Items are packaged in fully eco-friendly and sustainable delivery materials that further the company’s cause of caring for the environment. Frank And Oak has overhauled its entire manufacturing and delivery process to meet these sustainable standards. The company also offers expedited shipping options to customers in Canada and the United States for a nominal fee. Visit the Frank And Oak website to learn more:


For more information about Frank And Oak, contact the company here:

Franc and Oak
Anne Gael Plante
[email protected]
702 St-Viateur East, suite 702,
Montreal, QC H2T 1A8,


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