Meet The No-Rise Panty®: The Product That Saves Women’s Lives

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  • Published on:
    February 28, 2019
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    3 minutes

Remember that time you wore a dress to work for an important meeting? Or that time when you went on a date with a cute guy? Whatever the reason, it’s safe to say that wearing a dress comes with a level of clumsiness. They rise back up with every move we make, causing us to leave an awkward impression on the people we’re with. We want our dresses to stay where they are, so we can stay active throughout the days and nights without having to worry about our cute outfits.

Sounds familiar, right? Worry no more. The No-Rise Panty® is designed for women who like to look classy and composed in a tight or bodycon dress, whether it’s at work, a family gathering or dinner. It’s literally a life saver: it is the only product that prevents dresses from rising up and has tummy control. And the best part: it smoothens the mid-section which gives your look a flawless finish. Bloggers like Chey Starr and Taye Hansberry have tried it and absolutely LOVE to wear The No-Rise Panty® with their dresses. The No-Rise Panty® is available for all queens: it comes in sizes Small to 3XL and retails for $49.99. 

Why wait? There are tons of panties with tummy control. But the only one keeps your tight dresses from rising up and smoothens your mid-section.

Buy now, thank us later

The No-Rise Panty® has got you covered. Get one for yourself as well as your female friends and family members.

HerFineBasics is a brand founded by Elisha Carter that believes in style, solutions, and sisterhood and is created to make badass women’s lives a little easier. Learn more about the brand and products on https://www.herfinebasics.com and check out their Instagram @herfinebasics.


Maleka Bakhshi

Maleka is a master’s graduate from the University of Carlos the 3rd in Madrid and is specialised in Marketing. With her Afghan roots, Dutch upbringing and four languages, she likes to call herself a citizen of the world. A wanderer at heart; never truly lost, but never truly home. She feels as if the whole world is focused on gender and race, that we forget that we’re none and that we’re all, and most importantly, that we’re all human.

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