Taylor + Rani, a British brand specialising in developing lingerie for teenagers and girls, has expanded its product offering with the addition of interchangeable bralettes.
The brand has designed two bralettes, Mornington and Teh Jaipur, which can be worn two ways; showing either a patterned or plain fabric.
Isobel Barclay, a textile design graduate who started Taylor + Rani, said: “For our SS18 collection we looked to the street style of Harajuku girls. Our prints were inspired by the incredible blossom in Japan. Welcoming a beautiful pastel collection of pretty trend led teen underwear.
“Our Mornington bralette features racer-front and cross-over straps and our signature reversible quality that means it can be worn both print or white solid fabric. A personal favourite is teh Jaipur that is designed with front opening fastening and reversible straps.”
The brand was started by Barclay after travelling around Asia and South America and witnessing the plight of girls living in poverty around the world.
Taylor + Rani was launched with the aim of offering beautiful underwear for young women, but also helping underprivileged girls get access to good health and hygiene.
Working together with charities including Smalls for All, which helps girls in Zimbabwe, Malawi and Sierra Leone stay in education longer, Taylor + Rani donates a pair of knickers for every pair purchased and a monetary donation for every bra purchased, which goes towards providing sanitary products for girls so that they do not have to halt their education on hitting puberty.