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Chantelle: Maximum Control Sports Bra
2 reviews
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  • Maximum control underwire sports bra
  • European cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion
  • Smooth inner cups support each breast individually
  • Cushioned, comfortable underband anchors to body
  • Wide bra straps disperse pressure for extra comfort
Featured Review:
on October 30, 2014
Jumping for joy - literally
This bra is the best I have seen for my 34DD bust. It is very supportive. It encapsulates, it doesn't squash, and it has the option to change the back depending on what kind of exercise clothing you have. I have been a fan of Anita sports bras, but this one does a better job of separating the breasts so you don't have a sweat puddle between them. It also gives you a more natural look under t-shirts. No uniboob, no big round blobs. The only downside of this bra is that the fabric is layered and a little thick, but that's probably key to the support. Because it covers less of my body than other high-impact bras, it doesn't seem hotter.
Freya: Icon New Frame Plunge Bra
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  • Darted lace atop foam-lined plunge underwire demi cups
  • U.K. cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Back adjustable, close-set, stretch straps won’t slip
  • 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
  • Stretch lace and microfiber wings
Wacoal: Awareness Seamless Bra
98 reviews
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  • Seamless, unlined double-layer molded underwire bra
  • Smooth, patterned mesh over stretch nylon cups
  • Padded front straps with back adjustable straps
  • 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
  • Columns and rows increase with size
Featured Review:
on October 29, 2014
Sizing issues
I have been wearing Wacoal bras for decades . I have 2 sizing issues. . My favorite bra is the Body Suede model but now that my bust size has increased I cannot get that bra in my larger size . I wish Wacoal would fix this problem because that is it's most comfortable bra . Second problem is about this "Awareness" bra which I needed to order in one cup size larger but when it came while the larger cup fit better the chest size ( 34 ) was increased significantly so that after one day of wearing it I was already on the last hooks . Changing just the cup size should not change the chest .
Panache: Andorra Bra
46 reviews
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  • 3-part seamed, full coverage underwire bra
  • U.K. cup sizes. See size chart for U.S. conversion.
  • Lace top cups stretch for the perfect fit
  • Bottom half cups are lined for modesty
  • Hidden inner side sling lifts and projects the bust
Featured Review:
on January 18, 2015
No wonder it's a must have
Since owning this bra I now understand why women of all shapes and sizes say it is a wardrobe must have. It has a lovely stretch-lace material that forms to your unique breast shape and is absolutely beautiful and sexy. Not only is it gorgeous, it is also extremely supportive so you can be sure this bra will not let you down. The only downside that on its own this bra gives a bit of a conical shape, but under clothes the shape is nice and round. I recommend that if you are interested in purchasing this bra that you bump up one cup size. (Example: 30FF would bump up to 30G)
Natori: Hidden Glamour Bra
8 reviews
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Details:
  • Comfortable, full fit underwire bra with lace trim
  • Foam-lined cups for a modest look
  • Gold logo charm on non-stretch center gore
  • Fully adjustable stretch straps
  • 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
Featured Review:
on December 17, 2014
The Only Bra For Me
In the last few years I have become very sensitive to feeling too constricted in bras. I've tried on more brands and styles than I can count, and the band always feels too constricting in the back and on the sides. Perhaps it's because I had surgery 3 years ago, but I think it's just that I have very sensitive skin. I'm also a tad hard to fit, because now that I'm pushing 60 I just don't fill out the top portion of most bra cups, and I have a petite frame that makes many "full coverage" bras cover more than they're supposed to. My "official" bra size according to the expert fitters is 32DD aka 32E, but I have stopped buying that size because I can't stand the tight feeling of the band. Finally, one day, after an hour of trying on bras at a big department store, a sales assistant offered her help. I told her my whole story, including my aversion to 32" bands. She brought me this bra almost immediately in a size 34D and I could not believe how comfortable it was. For me, it is actually more comfortable than the "all lingerie" bras that have no hooks at all. Even more amazing, the fit is perfect for my petite figure. The cups end where they should and don't come up too high. Not sure why this is marketed as a "full coverage" bra, as I'm guessing it would not be so on a larger woman, but that's just a hunch. The only con is that the colors are a bit kooky, but the "gunmetal", which is a lavendarish gray color, is pretty and is a decent substitute for the black I usually wear with all my black and gray clothes. The cups are nicely contoured for modesty, and do not add a bra size to my ample enough chest. If anything, I would say it is slightly minimizing on me. And having said all that, it also gives good support and looks great under my tops. So, for me, this bra does it all.
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