Here are my favorites from this week’s new product drop:
Free To Be Bra *Wild Long Line in Formation Camo Deep Coal Multi: I tried this on today and liked it more than the regular Free To Be Bra *Wild; I’m a fan of the old school Free To Be Bra (which I ordered today in this print). The reason I don’t love the FTB *Wild is I find the bottom band is so thin that it doesn’t feel like it stays in place very well. The “long line” on this one eliminates that feeling completely. It’s still only intended to provide light support for A/B cups, but it definitely felt more supportive than that to me. ($58)
Inner Glow Short 3″ *Modal in Black: I just bought these today in the black and the gray! This is the second time we’ve seen this style; it debuted a couple months ago and sold out in like 5 minutes. This new run is made with Modal French Terry and is so freakin’ soft! Although they look nice enough to wear out and about, I love to wear these for lazy days at home because they’re so comfortable. ($58)
This is probably the question I get asked most frequently. Hands down.
I gotta say, this is a tough question to answer. Boobs vary so much body-to-body; even women who wear the “same size” fit into bras differently. And then you have to ask questions like: What kind of support are you looking for? What kind of workout are you planning to wear the bra for? How do you want to feel in your bra?
It’s tough out there, I hear you.
Ok, but, like, what do I know? I certainly don’t have big boobs. I live in the Free To Be Bra & the Free to Be Moved Bra and they both work just fine for me. I may not struggle on the daily to find a supportive yet cute sports bra but I encounter ladies every day who do and I hear A LOT of opinions.
So, here are my top 5 suggestions for you well-endowed ladies out there searching for a bra that works perfectly for your lifestyle and/or workouts:
Not gonna lie, some weeks it’s super easy to narrow down my picks to just five things; today that was really hard.
Buuuuut I did it … so here are my favorites from this week’s new product drop:
Ready to Rise Short Sleeve in Light Ivory: I’m all about crop tops right now and this one is so different from anything else I’ve seen. Usually lululemon makes either very loose, boxy crop tops (my fav!) or very, very tight ones that are a little too short for me. This one looks like it could be in the middle of those two fits depending on which size you got (I’d probably choose to size up in this style based on the pictures). I also really love the little cap sleeve and the v-cut back which makes it perfect to show off those cute strappy sports bras. The material is also interesting to me – Ribbed Luxtreme – haven’t seen that before in a top. ($48)
Time To Restore Short Sleeve in Nocturnal Teal: This is a throwback color here, y’all! It’s dark enough to be uber neutral but has just enough color to break up an all-black outfit. The cool thing about this lightweight cotton top is that you can wear it tied in the back or front, which totally changes how tight it fits. ($58)
For all my fellow camo-philes out there, lululemon has released a new addition to their camo arsenal: Formation Camo Deep Coal Multi. This pattern actually looks more like an animal print than a traditional camouflage, but I’m still here for it. And it seems they’re taking a page from the old school lululemon book and releasing this pattern in pretty much every core style. Which ones will you be adding to your shopping cart?