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Here is a quick stroll of how bras have evolved throughout the years! Women’s undergarments started to revolutionize in the 1900s, in 1914 Mary Phelps Jacobs sewed together two handkerchiefs and pink ribbons and used them as a bra so she could dance and move comfortably in her gowns. She was granted a patent for the first bra, referred to as a “brassiere”.
Who better to ask than the woman who wrote the hype in the first place? Meet Katy, the copywriter. She’s been writing about the Anesi bra since May, but only just tried one on for real. Find out what she thought ....
A humor post, because sometimes too much ‘empowerment’ and ‘celebration of femininity’ chat can start to feel a bit preachy. Let’s keep the Anesi community down-to-earth and approachable with regular fun stuff too.
With such an emphasis on the effects of hormonal changes on our boobies, it only feels right that we are advocates of cycle tracking. Our monthly changes are beautiful and unique, and getting to know them is an empowering journey of self-discovery.
Our weekly scoop on what’s worth checking out. This week we’re all about girlboss podcasts - whether you’re an entrepreneur or not, we believe that all women are the boss of their own lives, and that we don’t all need to run a business to celebrate autonomy and living our truth.