Brooke Burke recently showed off her physique in a set from queer-owned undies and athleisurewear firm TomboyX.

The fitness expert and TV personality styled the Lounge Bralette in Tencel Modal Rainbow Ombre ($24.99, www.tomboyx.com) and 4.5" Trunks LC Tencel Modal Rainbow Ombre ($24.99) on her social media account.

TomboyX is an LGBTQ+ owned and run, size inclusive, gender inclusive and sustainable intimates, swim, activewear and lounge brand.

It comes as the brand also launched its new arrival Matrix-inspired line of goodies. The collection boasts a selection of outfits in an Enter the Matrix Print, inspired by the American film franchise. The first three Matrix films were written and directed by the transgender Wachowski siblings.

Here are some of our favorite items from the new collection:

Dream Muscle Tank

Enter The Matrix Essential Bra

Enter The Matrix Prism Scoop Bralette

Matrix Boxers

Matrix Boyshort

Matrix Sweatpants


About Tomboy X

TomboyX was founded the way many brands are, trying to fill a need that had gone unfilled for far too long. We asked ourselves, “How hard can it be to make good underwear?” And by that we meant underwear that fit regular bodies and fit how we saw ourselves. And underwear that any body could feel comfortable in, regardless of where they fell on the size or gender spectrum.

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