OK. Seriously embarrassing confession — Are you ready for this one? I’ve had the same bra for 4 years. (Eeeeek!) Let’s just say, we’ve been through a lot together. For real though, is there anything worse than breaking in a new bra? I hate it. Not to mention shopping for the actual thing, ugh. These ‘bra specialists’ always get it wrong, too. One time, they measured me at a 34C! Ummmm, I’m a proud member of the itty-bitty committee & that’s most definitely wrong! (I wish!) Also, I like to shop/try-on in peace with minimal distraction, especially when it comes to intimates. Anyone else dread those knocks on the door, ‘How are we doing, Arin’ — Ahhhh!
Today, I’m proud to report that I’m in a new bra! (a few actually) And get this, I didn’t even have to leave the couch. Technology, you seriously get me. ThirdLove is hooking you up, literally. Simply utilize their ‘fit finder’ which will ask you a series of simple questions regarding your shape, fit, & design preferences. Then, they’ll recommended sizes & styles to try based on your information. It’s honestly super simple and my bras fits perfectly. Here’s the best part: Try before you buy. Yup, if you don’t like it — send it back on them. Although, I’m pretty sure you won’t have that problem. I’ve always found it reassuring when companies offer a money-back guarantee. It shows that they value their product and customers.
ThirdLove has so many beautiful options. For my recent haul, however, I picked the 24/7 classic t-shirt bra (their best seller) and the front closure lace racerback. It snaps in the front, which I love! I wanted something casual for everyday, but also something fun to wear under my oversized sweaters and off-the-shoulder tops. Both bras are comfortable, stylish and have gold hardware. (pictured below). You can definitely tell these are high-quality, as the fabric is just beyond comfortable and smooth. My tatas are happy gals.
If you guys have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out. I’ve tried on most styles (and own about 5). I went from one to five, guys — I’d say that’s a success. Out with the old, in with the new. Thanks for reading!