Today, I'm a proud founder, wifey, mama of three, eco-warrior and (still) a rebel at heart. But a decade ago, that couldn't have been further from the truth.
After a long-term relationship ended violently, I found myself with a broken face, a broken heart and broken confidence. I felt like a failure. I felt stupid. I felt shame.
The emotional scars were deep, and it took years to rebuild my confidence. But the real game-changer in finding my self-belief again was learning to speak kindly to myself.
Now that I've found my power, I’m passionate about helping other women find theirs. And that's why Powerpants confidence-boosting affirmation underwear is here to remind every woman that they're worth it.
That means ensuring we provide good working conditions and fair pay for our fabulous Powerpants team. It means paying it forward with 2% of all online sales donated to supporting women in need, helping provide the resources they need to safely rebuild their lives. But most of all, it means embracing who we are and enabling every woman to step into their power. Every. Single. Day.
Because you are beautiful. You are brave. And even when you don't feel it? You are powerful.
Too many women across the world are being treated poorly, abused, paid unfairly and made to feel unworthy.
That’s why, at Powerpants, we're on a mission to help women step into their power.
For every pair of Powerpants sold, we donate two per cent of the sale price to our charity partners, focusing on the empowerment, health and safety of women.
By choosing products that put the planet and people ahead of profits, you can help change the world. Now that is powerful.
Did you know that Papua New Guinea (PNG) is one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a woman?
Shockingly, more than two in three women in PNG have experienced violence.
This month, we've partnered with the Papua New Guinea Tribal Foundation, a charity that focuses on the empowerment, health and safety of women in PNG.
Together, we are changing lives.
Yang sewing our new grey Powerpants
Wang sewing the first ever batch of Powerpants