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U-T San Diego, November 6, 2014: “The campaigns that do well often do really, really well. Like The Undress, a fashion and engineering miracle born in San Diego that allows women to change clothes in public with-out getting naked. San Diego residents Dennis Caco and April Estrada last month raised almost $616,000 to begin manufacturing, or roughly 28 times their goalof $22,000."
Shape, November 7, 2014: “After an outdoor workout, your sports bra and shorts can get sweaty and gross. But there's usually no place to change into more comfort-able gear. The Undress takes care of that: It's a modular maxi-like dress with panels and straps in the right places so you can change clothes in public without risking a nip slip—or worse."
Broadway World, October 22, 2014: “Changing your clothes in public no longer has to be an awkward, embarrassing process. Imagine the one garment that enables you to comfortably take off your outfit and redress anywhere you are. That's what "The Undress" is all about."
The Telegraph, October 15, 2014: “Women will now be able to change their clothes in public, without risking exposure or embarrassment. No more wrestling with leggings in public loos, surreptitious removal of uncomfortable bras, or holding up a towel on the beach to protect your modesty.”
PopSugar, November 5, 2014: “If we were away on vacation and found ourselves accepting a spontaneous dinner date, we can imagine slipping on a pair of wedges with The Undress. And if we were enduring the chaos of a sample sale and found something to try on, it might also come in handy."
Women’s Adventure, September 30, 2014: “The Undress looks like a normal, sporty long dress—but it has some special features that let you pull off your exercise clothes underneath, without ever giving an unintentional peep show to innocent bystanders. It’s a neat idea."
Glamour, November 3, 2014: “As nice as it would be to have all the time in the world to ditch the exercise gear, post-workout, in a luxurious locker room, it's sometimes just not an option. I mean—when you have appointments and assignments that simply must be met ASAP, what else can you do but change clothes on the go?”
Women's Running, September 26, 2014: “Why are we obsessed with it? Because we’ve never seen anything like it, we are tired of awkwardly scrunching down in our passenger seats to get out of our sports bras, and it’s totes adorable."
Yahoo, October 29, 2014: “These days inspiration is everywhere. Take the “Undress,” a new invention created by two athletes who found it difficult to quickly change out of their workout clothes in public without feeling overly exposed… Changing in and out of your clothes has never been less risqué.”
Holy Kaw!, September 25, 2014: “If you’re a woman who’s tried to change clothes in a car or corner because there were no better options available, you know what a pain it is... Ladies will soon have a comfortable, stylish option for quick changes.”
The Gearcaster, September 24: “Made by hand in Los Angeles, the Undress not only serves as a cute maxi dress to throw on after a workout, but features key design elements that let you completely change clothes, down to your sports bra, out in the open without ever showing more than you bargained for.”
The Daily Mail, October 27, 2014: “A new maxi dress that means you can get changed while in a busy public place, with-out anyone catching a glimpse of what lies underneath… The design means the days of changing behind a precariously-placed beach towel or in the backseat of a car are over."