Have you ever tried Hemp Underwear before? Well, I have used a variety of different hemp products, but none of which has been underwear. Needless to say, when Wama reached out to me and asked me to try their products, I was not only interested but also intrigued. So, after using these for over a month, I finally can share my thoughts with all of you.
Who is Wama & What is Their Story?
Wama’s mission is to pioneer the hemp underwear industry by making the best hemp undies in the world. Their goal is to constantly improve the fit, function, and design while bringing awareness to hemp as an option for clothing – especially underwear. Wama was born out of the research and study of hemp fabric and the application of turning that fabric into underwear.
Wama started from scratch in creating their unique hemp fabric. With a rigorous and super long design process, Wama’s team could not accept anything less than perfect. From stitches to pattern pieces, colors, and design as well as everything in between – they wanted to ensure that everyone’s first experience with hemp underwear would be nothing short of amazing!
What is Wama Underwear?
Wama Underwear is a brand that makes underwear from a blend of cotton and hemp fabric. Hemp textiles have a variety of different benefits – some of which include being naturally anti-bacterial, breathable, soft, and strong. I especially enjoy how it feels against my skin. Wama has a wide range of styles for both men and women and they utilize ethically sourced materials – even during our current pandemic that we’re experiencing.
How Did Wama Fit on Me?
I had the opportunity to try two products from Wama – the underwear and a Racerback Bralette. As many of you know – I’m pretty large chested, sporting an F-size cup. I was worried that there would be no support for the bralette but I was pretty surprised as the band that helped to keep my girls in. Sorry – no photos of it on my body, you’ll just have to take my word for it.
The underwear was extremely comfortable. I went with bikini-style underwear since it is was I tend to use and purchase consistently. Overall, I enjoyed the fit and cut of the underwear and I didn’t notice that it rode up on me or gave me a wedgie (yes, I said wedgie… hey – it happens to the best of us.)
Here’s what I thought after washing both undergarments… they both got extremely softer after each wash. Have you ever kept a t-shirt that you had for years and years and it’s so lived in it’s soft and cozy? I was really impressed by how extremely soft both garments were after the first wash and then it just continued to get softer after each wash thereafter. I didn’t expect that to happen, but I love it!
Besides the softness, I was amazed at the fact that I didn’t have to worry about the bands on each garment rolling on me. I’m in no way little and I tend to have underwear bands roll down on me if they are too thick. The underwear band held it’s own and the bralette band kept my girls in place and held comfortably where they should be.
Each garment is tagless on the back so that was a huge plus for me, especially since I have sensitive skin.
With regards to the cut and feel of the fabric, I think all was good in my book. I do wish if anything that there were different styles and a larger choice of color. I’d also love to see a little more availability in style for bralette. But other than that, I really didn’t find any issues.
Overall Wama Underwear has definitely been something I have enjoyed. If you’ve been following me on social media, you may have seen that I took a trip recently and Wama accompanied me on that trip. It was perfect to use and comfortable in every way shape and form.
I have enjoyed using Wama underwear and I will continue to use and purchase their products. I love that they are made of organic cotton and hemp blend and they do offer a range of different styles for both women and men. I can’t wait to pick up a pair for my husband to try. Also – delivery is very quick and shipping is free.
Take a look at Wama’s selection of products here.
So, tell me – have you heard of Wama Underwear before? Have you tried any type of Hemp clothing? If so, what are your thoughts? If not, is this something you think you would like to try in the future?
Disclaimer: The products featured in this post were sent for review consideration. All opinions are my own, 100% honest & unbiased. Affiliate links can and may be posted throughout.