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What Does Your Bra Say About You?

By ErinStieglitz on May 2, 2018

If your bra could talk, what would it say?  Hopefully it wouldn’t say, “ouch, take me off,” “I have zero support,” or “my straps leave indents  in your shoulders.”  If your bra is getting sassy with you, take control of the situation and don’t take any lip!

Your bra should complement what you’re wearing while providing comfort and support for all aspects of your lifestyle.  Check out what our bras say about the Leading Ladies who wear them:

SScalloped Lace Full Figure Bracalloped Lace Full Figure Bra

“I look good, I feel good, I am good.  I am sexy, confident and inspired.  No other is so well admired.”

Crossover Front Closure Leisure BraFront Closure Racer Back Leisure Bra

“Unique & elegant, pretty & soft, simple & versatile.  I’m the perfectly well-rounded and in style.”

MoldMolded Padded Seamless Underwire Full Figure Braed Padded Seamless Underwire Full Figure Bra

“Dress me up, dress me down.  I’m supportive and comfortable all around town.”

Zig-Zag Weave Front ClosZig Zag Weave Front Closure Leisure Braure Leisure Bra

“I’m sporty, comfy & cute…in red & leopard print, I’m sexy to boot!”

Lace CLace Cup Full Figure Braup Underwire Full Figure Bra

“Sexy, soft, sleek and secure.  I am so couture.”

If you want to change what your bras are saying, take advantage of our Buy More, Save More sale, February 21-28.  Use the code BUY2SAVE at checkout.  Then join us on Facebook to let us know what your bra says about you!

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