Just when you think your oldest pair of leggings are destined to be covered in fake tan stains forever, an inventive woman with an eye for business comes along and solves the world’s greatest problem.
Okay, perhaps not the world’s greatest problem, but still, the struggle of spray tan attire is real.
Enter 24-year-old Jade Castle, the Brisbane-based business owner of Kaf.tanned (100 pun points, right there), a clothing line designed solely for ladies who love to tan but hate to ruin clothes.
"It all began when I was quite young; my lovely mum introduced me to spray tanning," Castle said on Tuesday night's episode of Shark Tank, where she was seeking a $150,000 investment in return for 10 per cent of the business.
"It fast became my first ever job, building up a clientele of 20 to 30 tans a week. And there it was; my clients were turning up in leggings, jeans, tight clothes or just daggy clothes. It was then that I came up with the idea to design a fashionable, functional garment to wear to ensure a flawless tan to develop."
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