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Have you ever wished you could blend the comfort of sweatpants, the support of shapewear, and the compression element of workout clothes with the look of your favorite women’s jeans? Well, now, thanks to Good American, you can.
Today, Good American, the Emma Grede and Khloé Kardashian-backed label, launched a new denim compression system that includes the brand’s best-selling silhouettes like Good Icon, Good Legs, and Good Waist, all newly constructed with proprietary denim fabrication. From its straight-leg jeans to its plus-size jeans, this new material promises to hold you in, smooth you out, and sculpt you where you want it. Plus, it features some of the brand’s signature details you know and love, like its gap-proof waist belts and reinforced belt loops.
This launch is unique because each pair is available in three levels of sculpting compression, so shoppers can choose how much they want to shape their figure — without sacrificing comfort or fit. The first level, Light Compression, is made from Good American’s exclusive sculpting compression engineered for a lightly sculpted silhouette. The second level, Super Compression, lets you control how much you carve your waistline with adjustable front buttons. Lastly, level three, dubbed Mega Compression, is designed with a built-in corset with hook-and-eye detail to snatch your waist for an ultra-sculpted shape. All items come in the brand’s inclusive size range of 00-32+ at $130-$155.
Since 2016, Good American has been at the forefront of figure-enhancing garments. While the brand started with skinny jeans, it now offers an entire wardrobe of women’s denim, spanning flared pants, baggy jeans, and many more innovative cuts. This new launch further proves that the label is taking another step toward making denim and the fashion industry more inclusive.
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