Our ChiChi Brief is a shape shifting, high waisted bikini brief that will hold you tight in all the right places.
Her thick, firm waistband means she’ll have your back (and your tummy) on those days when you need to hold it together without feeling held back.
Sitting at the natural waist and high cut around the leg, our girl ChiChi is perfect for creating a seamless look. She’ll keep you cool as a cucumber in our signature blend of textured and smooth eco fabric, delivering a level of tension and comfort that will have you feeling safe and sexy, all at the same time.
She’ll support and flatter you and, like all of the nat’v range, she’s super soft - but she’s certainly no softy. These knickers have a very firm waistband by design so size up for extra comfort, and if firm undies are not your bag, baby, you might want to try a different style.
Purpose: Wear better quality underwear that is better for you + planet
Impact: 80% Biodegradable, less carbon and water waste
Style: High-waisted shape shifting bikini brief
Wear me: Perfect for every day
Material: 80% Lenzing Tencel, 20% Elastane and Polyamide
Model Megan wears our size 12
- 80% Lenzing Tencel, 20% Elastane and Polyamide
- Super soft and comfy for that barely there feel
- Made from our signature blend of eco friendly fabric
- Features a thick, firm waistband and semi-seamless design
Certifications: OKEO TEX Standard 100 & Lenzing Certification: 31926660
Plastic-free and carbon-neutral shipping straight to your doorstep!
Choosing nat’v is a decision that minimises your impact on the environment. Our authentic producer of TENCEL™ Lyocell fibres used in nat’v knickers have a commendable reputation for their environmentally responsible closed-loop production process, which transforms wood pulp into cellulosic fibres with high resource efficiency and low environmental impact. This solvent-spinning process recycles processed water and reuses the solvent at a recovery rate of more than 99%. The material has been carefully selected for its minimal footprint on both carbon and water resources.