Flash Post: Not Quite Naked


What It Is: Sports bras designed for outdoorsy types that don’t want to get crazy tan lines – and still want maximum moisture wicking performance. Available in four sizzling tie dye inspired finishes, these sporty tops have a sheer overlay around the straps that allow the sunlight to shine through if you want to avoid giant strap marks on your shoulders. Not into showing that much skin? They’ve also got a golf shirt and tank top that offer the same anti-tanline features. Although all of these items allow the sun in, don’t forget how important sun protection is anyway – stock up on SPF to ensure that if you’re going to tan, at least it’ll be a minimal amount.
Who It’s For: Your ‘shedding for the wedding’ friendly that’s pounding the pavement on a near-daily basis but absolutely can’t have tan lines for her big day. Your uber sporty friend that spends four seasons a year outdoors. Your snowbird mom, so she doesn’t come back looking crispy and have horrible tan lines.
What It Costs: The sports bras ring in at $42 each while the tanks are $65 and the golf shirts are $85.
Where It’s At: The Naked Sports Gear website.

3 Responses to “Flash Post: Not Quite Naked”
  1. Susan says:

    Love the tie-died colours and the moisture wicking properties! #CGG

  2. leah says:

    Nice, tie dye is still very popular. Cute style, not sure I’d wear all alone though. Price point is decent. #cgg

  3. Victoria says:

    It’s not a bad idea. I can’t think of anyone that would wear them, though. Not fashionable or functional enough to please my friends. #cgg

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