Nudity in Public Just Got a Lot Easier Thanks to Something Amazing (VIDEO)

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As moms, we often find ourselves rushing from one thing to the next without a lot of downtime in between. For example, have you ever found yourself wanting to grocery shop on your way home from the pool with the kids but have been too embarrassed to walk around the market in your bathing suit and cover-up? Or have you ever finished a workout and needed to run errands but don't want to look quite so sweaty and sloppy? Do you ever feel tempted to change in your car to avoid a super-funky locker room?

If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, you're not alone. And you're in luck! Enter: the "Undress." This dress-cum-mobile-changing-room is the brainchild of athletes and business partners Dennis Caco and April Estrada. 

Thanks to its innovative design, this deceptively-simple-looking garment allows you to change your clothes in public without ever being naked! Genius!  

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While it might look like a basic sundress, this tricked-out frock is loaded with bells and whistles, including a drawstring, side access, and secret pockets, that make stripping down a breeze. Pretty cool idea, right?

We're not the only ones who think so! The inventors turned to Kickstarter, the crowdfunding platform, to raise $22,000 to bring their dream to life. Turns out, the duo found themselves inundated with backers -- generating over $615,000!

While the creators may have had athletes in mind when they came up with the design, we think it's perfect for busy moms on the go! If you've ever arrived at a ball field or swim meet straight from work and wished you could be dressed casually, this could be a great solution. 

Made in America, the Undress is available in five colors and ranges in size from XS to XXXL. And did we mention it's reversible? 

Priced at $75, pre-orders can be made through the website. While that might seem a bit steep to some, the benefits of being comfortable and not known as "that weird lady who changes in her car under a towel" are priceless! 

Have you ever found yourself changing in public?


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