Mary Young

Nalini Bodysuit in Black

$88.00 USD

Trust us, you will want to show off this bodysuit to anyone and everyone. With two layers of jersey front panel and single layer of mesh back panel this covers you up in all the right places. Mesh detail at leg hole along with the straight across neckline create a visually striking design. Adjustable shoulder straps and thong bottom ensure a comfortable long lasting wear. 

Maya is 5'7, size 12/14, and wears an X-Large

Ethically made in Montreal, Canada

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Fabric

95% Rayon of Bamboo, 5% Elastane OEKO-TEX® Certified and 80% Nylon, 20% Spandex. Custom elastics for a soft, long lasting wear.

Care

For a long lasting life, hand wash in cold and lay flat to dry. Machine wash cold on gentle cycle and hang to dry. Do not iron or dry clean.

Fit & Size

Runs true to size. Kaitlin is 5’6, size 10/12, and wears an X-Large.

U.S. Shipping Only. Delivery from 4-10 business days. Shipping is free on orders over $150. This is shipped from Mary Young and not from Girlboss. Returns are accepted (excluding panties) within 10 days of arrival for unworn, unwashed, undamaged products with tags attached given the intimate nature of the products. To begin a return or exchange follow the steps here.

Why We Love it

Um, because it’s sexy AF? This bodysuit features an all-sheer back that you’ll definitely want to show off. Consider it your next going-out-top.

Meet The Founder

MARY YOUNG

A true pioneer of the body-positive lingerie movement, Mary Young was making women feel comfortable in their own skin back when the Victoria’s Secret show was still getting high ratings. “I designed a five-piece collection of soft lingerie that didn't feature any underwire, pads or shaping aspects as my final thesis collection in fashion school,” she recalls. Six months later, she had her own eponymous brand, rooted in the mission of self-love and acceptance.

All the products are sustainably made in Canada, and Young also operates the Self Love Club, which opens up the conversation around self-love and acceptance through a journal as virtual and IRL events. “The club is not buying a product, the club is you and your attitude,” says Young. “Something as small as getting dressed can be used as an act of self-love. Knowing our customers and community are choosing to celebrate their natural shape and define sexy for themselves is the fuel I use to keep going.”