Lingerie that’s Changing Women’s Lives
Naja is a lingerie company that has partnered with the Golondrinas Foundation to start an Underwear for Hope program.
“Naja trains and employs single mothers to sew, then we employ them to sew our lingerie wash bags. All of our panties are made in a factory solely owned by women who employ single mothers/female heads-of-household. So, with every Naja purchase you make, you’re contributing to giving a single mother a job.”
On top of having an amazing impact on educating and empowering women, their lingerie is made of fun, playful fabrics with thoughtful designs.
Cotton panties made from hand-harvested Peruvian Pima cotton, the finest pima in the world. Lace made from nylon instead of polyester, because it’s gentler on the skin. And memory foam cups that won’t break or crack and that mold to your body.
Talavera Olivia bra, $56 and Martina Lo-Rise cheeky brief, $20
Kyoto After Dark brief, $16
Andalusia Adriana Bralette, $38 and Victoria Lace mid-rise brief, $20
Naja is currently running a Kickstarter to expand their team, their collection, and continue to change women’s lives. The Kickstarter closes Friday, July 28, so take advantage of the special pricing while you can!