Lizzo modeled her latest Yitty collection on Instagram, revealing her pastel thong under a pink jumpsuit as she showed off a particular outfit. The 34-year-old embraced her curves as she teased the gout for fans, cheekily titled the ‘Knitslip’ collection (available now). “Beyonce fall, Nicky fall, Rihanna has new paparazzi photos — summer isn’t over. it’s time to take a risk,” the singer teased, referencing recent pop culture events as she stood hands-on-hips in the pink jumpsuit with a sweater over it.
“It’s the Knitslit bodysuit,” she continued, turning around so her millions of followers could get a good look at the casual and comfy set. The “Truth Hurts” singer went on to explain different ways to mix and match pieces from the line, including wearing the bandeau top separately with a different outfit. “NEW @YITTY HAUL… GET YOUR KNITSLIP AT YITTY.COM NOW HEAUX!” she wrote in all caps in her caption.
Lizzo dropped its shapewear line in March 2022, which first drew comparisons to Kim Kardashianis the ever popular SKIMS line. For Lizzo, however, shapewear was a struggle in her youth – and she was keen to develop a line that included all shapes and sizes for Harper’s Bazaar.
“As soon as I started learning to be ashamed of my body, I was into shapewear,” she said at the brand’s launch. “I was belting and bandaging my stomach…and it was breaking halfway through school,” she added. “[It] like, cut into my skin. I take it off at the end of the day, and I bleed, and [the undergarment] broken skin, and I’m like, I’m in seventh grade! »
As she entered her late 20s and 30s, the Minneapolis native embraced her body and stopped trying to protect her curves from the world. “I started having fun with my body shape. And now that I’m really enjoying my body, there’s nothing to hide,” she also said, explaining that Yitty has options for whatever clients are trying to achieve. “We give the consumer the autonomy to choose different levels of compression and style. They are really the ones who make the decisions. They are the boss. You know, it’s in their hands.