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Fashion is a means of self-expression. It helps you speak a language you may not always find the words for. Needless to say, it is a potent tool that can have divisive effects when it falls into the wrong hands. However, in the right hands, fashion can promote inclusivity and peace. This is a perspective-shift Fajas Tributo hopes to bring in through its custom-made fajas. 

Post-surgery boost 

Tributo's garment supports every beauty standard including those who chose to undergo plastic surgery. For anyone who has gone under the knife, the reason behind the surgery is to boost one's self-esteem. However, post-surgery time can be emotionally taxing and make people feel vulnerable, especially as their bodies readjust to the new procedures. Tributo's colorful fajas help patients relook at the time when their bodies are in adjustment mode. Since they do not look like the average post-op supplies, they help patients get out of the surgery mindset quicker and smoothly enter the "I-am-my-best-looking-self" mode.   

Re-evaluate the meaning of beauty

Beauty has no set standard. Yet the standards of beauty have been defined and redefined for ages. This has led many to feel confused about how they ought to feel about themselves. Especially when they are made to feel they do not cut as per the prevailing standards. This can have devastating effects on their mental well-being and create a general sense of undeserving grief. Tributo's fajas aim to change how beauty is perceived and help them reclaim the right to their happiness through the power of their unique beauty. In their vision for inclusivity, the company recently released the Ken Doll collection to honor non-binary clients, a currently underserved demographic. In Spanish Tributo means tribute, signifying the company's mission to pay homage to all the different bodies, regardless of skin color, gender orientation, or ethnicity.

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