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Reformation Just Dropped A Line Of Sustainably Made Lingerie With Cosabella

It's made with over 50 percent recycled materials that would otherwise have been thrown away

Reformation just made sustainability even sexier. The brand, known for its eco-friendly practices, has partnered with lingerie brand Cosabella to launch an ethically made lingerie collection. Here's just another reason to ditch Victoria's Secret completely.

Launched today, the collection of lacy lingerie basics is made with over 50 percent recycled materials "which otherwise would have been thrown away." According to a press release, all of the fabric and trim used in the collection are certified by independent company OEKO-TEX, which ensures the sustainability of the textiles used and "the safety of customers and the environment."

The collection includes bras and undies in five colorways: black, bright red, raspberry, mist green, and ivory. There are multiple bralette styles, as well as a wire bra for more support, and a range of thongs and briefs. There's also, if you're feeling confident, a black lace bodysuit.

The line is priced between $24 and $98, with the thongs on the lower end, bras in the mid-range, and the bodysuit with the highest tag. While the pieces are on the pricier side, it's worth it to know that your lingerie set didn't harm the environment and was ethically made.

The full collection is available today exclusively on Reformation's website.