Your Shapewear Should Make You Feel More Comfortable, Not Less. Yummie’s Sitewide Sale Can Help.
Back in 2008, Yummie was founded on a basic insight that most women were already thinking themselves: You should be able to look good and feel confident while still being comfortable in your clothes. And today they still operate with that simple mission: to enhance a woman’s body rather than inhibit it. Yummie initially debuted with a three-panel tank that was designed to smooth from the top down with breathable cotton and wide bra-friendly straps. Like so many of their products today, it was styled so you could just wear it out if you wanted to. Since then, demand for it skyrocketed and Yummie delivered, applying the same philosophy to a myriad of shaping apparel. And right now, they’re offering Daily Beast readers an exclusive 20% off sitewide discount (plus orders over $40 ship for free). Use code YUMMIE20DB at checkout and experience this feat of apparel engineering for yourself. And that $40 minimum should easy to hit, considering the sale covers everything from leggings to bras and bralettes and much more. Need tips on where to start? Take a look at the racerback bralette or shaper shorts from their Temperature Control collection – both built with fabric to help keep you cool in the summer heat and easily wear under any sundress. Or consider the popular and super-soft ribbed French Terry collection is designed to keep you comfortable all day. And a great shopping cart topper would be the highly-rated Dawn Contour Bra. Wire-free and breathable, it sports a liberating sideseam-free construction and includes two molded cups to give you the support you want under any top. For shapewear that’s forgiving, fitting, and soft, this Yummie exclusive deal is your next great summer investment — and don't forget to use code YUMMIE20DB at checkout for the discount. Shop at Yummie >
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