Lizzo’s long-awaited shapewear line has finally arrived — bringing with it a slew of bright, playful and downright cheeky styles to accompany it. And while the body-hugging pieces might be the focal point of the collection, the brand’s famed campaign shots also feature the singer in a beaded, Y2K-inspired accessory that’s completely perfect for spring — and available to shop now for under $30, too.
In her debut Yitty campaign, Lizzo teamed her “no-shame, smile-inducing” shapewear styles with a mixture of beaded, colorful bracelets from Little Words Project — aka the celeb-loved brand responsible for creating arm candy that’s as cute as it is totally encouraging.
Each thoughtfully crafted bracelet is composed of a stretchy band, adorned with uplifting (even customizable) phrases, charms and lined crystals for added glam.
Little Words Project aims to “inspire and encourage people to be kind to themselves,” and to then pay that kindness forward through each individual bracelet — literally allowing users to register the jewelry style online and then pass the bracelet on to someone else, if they choose.
While the accessory brand boasts a celeb fan base that reportedly includes everyone from Taylor Swift and Zoe Saldaña to Kourtney Kardashian and Nicky Hilton, it’s surprisingly affordable, too — with select pieces even available to shop at Nordstrom.
Given that Yitty’s mission is all about exuding “self-love, radical inner confidence” and embodying peak “effortless, everyday wear” — per the press release — it’s only fitting that the singer opted to pair the thoughtful, stacked bracelets with her own styles from the body positivity shapewear brand for a truly empowering ensemble. Leave it to Lizzo to give us all the style inspiration we need to feel good as hell this spring.