If you liked Black Milk Clothing's Galaxy Purple Leggings, take a gander at Portland, Oregon-based Make It Good's Glow-in-the-Dark Galaxy Underwear. Available in both women's bikini cuts and men's boxer briefs the black-and-solar-system-speckled anatomical shields are almost as fun to gaze upon as the parts of the body they cover. Artist Nate Crane designed the planets, moons, asteroids, and star clusters giving the print its steller aesthetics and quirky appeal.
According to Make It Good unmentionables mavens Avery and Leah, the garments fit comfortably and flatter all body types. Hand-made from bamboo material, and hand printed in glowing galactic images, the artisanal underwear is guaranteed to arrive free of manufacturing flaws, and is robust enough for machine washing and drying. Men's galaxy briefs ($28) come in S to XL, and sport short legs that won't bunch up under pants, a front pouch with ample room and support, and a contoured butt with ass-flattering seams. Come on, dudes, you might never admit it out loud, but you can't deny on the inside that ass-flattering seams are a perk. Ladies' glow-in-the-dark panties ($18) come in sizes XS to XL, and purport to provide coverage in all the right places. Elastic waist and leg lines promise to refrain from gnawing away at and leaving uncomfortable trails around hips and thighs.
If one pair of out-of-this-world Make It Good underwear isn't enough, consider joining the company's Underwear of the Month Club. Men's and women's subscriptions for periods of 3, 6, and 12 months are available, with a new handmade pair of britches in clever designs arriving by mail every 30 or so days. Year-long memberships for women cost $216, and for men, $312.