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Get Your Plaid on with Clan Underwear from aussieBum

aussieBum Clan Underwear

Hey Lumberjacks, match your undies to your plaid shirt! Even if you aren’t a lumberjack, but a fan of plaid then aussieBum has brought back for a limited time the underwear line Clan. It features three plaid colors in two styles. You can pick either a brief or hipster. They call the colors vibrant though to me they look kind of faded. Guess I think of richer, darker colors when I think of plaids. The plaid prints were inspired by the traditional tartan heritage prints.

The three colors aussieBum is offering in the print are Argyll, Arran, and Skye. Argyll’s palette is of oranges and yellows with some reddish or pink in it. Arran’s pattern is of white, black, red, and some orange. Then Skye is shades of blue with white and black. All three colors in both styles have a white waistband with aussieBum on it in red. Also, both styles and all colors have white piping around the leg openings.

The underwear fabric is made out of 92% polyester and 8% elastane. They are proudly made in Australia. You can machine wash them cold, but do not throw them in the dryer. They recommend to line dry them in the shade. If you don’t like to use a drying rank then you may want to pass on these.

Don’t miss out on the Clan line, since they just brought them back for a limited time. It’s not too often you see underwear in a plaid print expect maybe boxers and low-quality department store undies. Not a pattern I have in my drawer. Now if they offered them in a bikini or a thong I’d be game for them. If you like hipsters or briefs then get them before it is too late. Hard to say when or if aussieBum will bring them back again.

BRAND: aussieBum
PAIR: Clan
NEW COLORS: Argyll, Arran, Skye
FABRIC: 92% Polyester 8% Elastane
SIZES: S – XL
COST: Brief – $21.50; Hipster – $23.25

aussieBum Clan Brief Hipster Underwear

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