Our Gitta panties are a narrow Brazil cut, which is particularly characterized by the fact that these panties can and should be worn a little higher on the sides. Unlike the (otherwise very similar) Helena panties, Gitta is cut in a slight V at the front, which means that the center front automatically sits a little lower than the side part - and Gitta therefore hugs the sides a little over the hips, which not only looks particularly advantageous but also super comfortable to wear.
Gitta fits perfectly with our bralette Zita because the lace is exactly the same here. As always, we have a cotton gusset in the crotch, and the Popsch Gitta is cut quite narrowly in Brazil style.
We source the lace for Gitta panties from Italy; it is made from recycled material. Our Laura garter belt and Rita thigh bands in black also go great with the Gitta and Zita panties!
We recommend putting our laundry in a laundry bag so that the lace cannot get caught anywhere in the machine or on other items of laundry. Of course, the more carefully you wash the laundry, the nicer it will be, ideally only at 30 degrees on a delicate wash. It would also be important to avoid fabric softeners and detergents that contain bleach, as bleach attacks the elastane fibers. Otherwise, the laundry is very easy to care for - because we want to make favorite laundry that you'll enjoy wearing every day, and simple care is essential for that. <3
Handwork at the highest level
There is a part of us in every piece of laundry
Each piece of laundry was sewn with a lot of love and conscientiousness either by us, Victoria and Elisabeth, or by one of our seven great employees Mira, Monika, Rosi, Lea, Julia, Sascha and Sabrina.
You can see that in the result - and you can feel it too
Consciously sustainable sourcing
Because fair fashion begins with the materials
We obtain all our materials from overproduction and "leftovers" from the European luxury fashion industry, "rescued tips" so to speak.
We also purchase lace, rubber straps, etc. from various traditional companies, mostly from Germany and Italy.
Since 2021, almost all newly produced lace and swimwear have been made from recycled fibers.