Product Review: Andrew Christian WonderWear for her

Andrew Christian, the celebrity fashion designer whose edgy designs have men all over the world changing how they see underwear, has now debuted his female version of the popular male Flashback bubble butt underwear called “Wonderwear“.

wonderwearBeing one who writes a lot about undies, I got this email: “FINALLY LADIES, YOU CAN GET THE PERFECT BUTT WITH NO SWEAT OR SURGERY. ANDREW CHRISTIAN LAUNCHES THE WONDERWEAR — UNDERWEAR THAT LIFTS AND CONTOURS THE FEMALE BUTTOCKS.

Lifting and contouring can’t be bad, right? So I get my black WonderWear featuring Flashback butt lifting technology. And the tag says “add 1/2″ to 1″ onto your current buttock measurements.” Uh oh! I’m not one of those who wants to add an inch anywhere, except maybe to my height or hair length. But if my butt appears one inch bigger because it is lifted and firmed and more toned looking, then I can go for that!
Let me introduce you to the newest panty product on the market: “WonderWear”, the underwear that lifts and contours a woman’s butt by just putting it on. It has an innovative “lift” built into the rear seam of the underwear – there are no hidden pads. It’s totally comfortable to wear, and it really does add lift. The unique design allows the butt to be lifted solely by support seams.

“I took the initial design of the Flashback and changed the look, design and feel of it so when a women puts it on she feels comfortable enough to go to work, hot enough to go out and sexy enough to conquer the world,” designer Andrew Christian says.

The Look of the panty: 7 out of 10.
The women’s WonderWear look almost like they had trouble making the lifting technology blend with bedroom sexy. But the male and female concensus is that they are ‘cute’. It has a wide, black nylon waistband which I like because it acts almost as tummy control. The front around the hips is see through mesh, but the front right down the center has a nylon opaque panel (not see through). I have the black panties, which have cute, hot pink contrasting stitching, a pink satin flower in the center of the waistband, and the Andrew Christian cross logo as a small, metal charm dangling off the front of the left hip. The back of the panties is mostly opaque, with some of the mesh from the front continuing around under the butt to create a boyshort effect. This also hides the butt lifting stretchy elastic.

The Look of the butt lift: 9 out of 10.
These panties really do lift and tone. They gather the stuff at the base of the butt with a soft elastic and pull it up to where it probably was when I was a preteen and did ballet all the time. Great for pencil skirts or slacks!

The Fit: 9 out of 10.
The WonderWear panties fit great. I was warned to try a size larger than I would normally wear, and I’m glad I knew that in advance. I see this as a marketing flaw. Women usually want to feel slimmer, so designers should size things down – not up. The WonderWear have a boyshorts fit, which I don’t mind. The butt lifting technology is something you feel at first and then forget about, like any new article of clothing. It does not pinch or tug, and when I first put them on I noticed I exaggerated my wiggle when I walked. As I said above, I like the wide waistband and the extra tummy control it provides, but I’m not sure how it would look under a formal dress – perhaps too many lines. The only thing I did not like about the fit was that the soft bamboo crotch inseam did not line up where it should be. It was way too far back.

The Feel: 10 out of 10.
The fabric is soft and silky and the mesh is not itchy at all. Having a crotch of bamboo instead of cotton is a great added touch – I just wish it were in the right place.

Overall: 8 out of 10.
Andrew Christian has another winner with the WonderWear for her with butt lifting technology.


ALSO: Andrew Christian is releasing limited edition underwear sold exclusively on AndrewChristian.com. The styles and colors of the underwear are one of a kind – introduced to the public via limited edition product runs. Each style will have a finite number produced (as little as 50), and once they are gone, the style will never be produced again.

 

The first underwear in the series was the special Color Block Brief in red, white and blue for only $10. There were only 50 made in this color combination. They won?t announce when the next style comes out, you will just have to find it by checking out the website.


If you’d like some free Andrew Christian underwear for him along with Toasty Boys and a $25 gift certificate to hisroom.com, then check our contest and leave a comment before Monday.

 

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3 Comments

  1. Janet Davis says:

    Would you please let me know where to buy the Andrew Christian women’s Wonder Wear? I don’t find them on their website. Thanks!

  2. Anonymous says:

    would like to know where to order the Christian woman’s wonder wear. Thanks Helen

  3. Rachel says:

    I don’t believe this product from 2008 is currently in production. Sorry.

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