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Story from Shopping. I skipped right past the training-bra stage and settled — extremely awkwardly — into a full C cup just months into middle school. Those adorable bralettesall lacy and sexy, seemed solely for the slimmer set; not an option for the D-plus crowd, and especially for me, a 38H. Off goes the bra and it feels like bliss. But the lack of support and lift can begin to create its own aches and pains, not to mention heat, sweat, and chafing. Yay, big boobs are fun! Thankfully, bras have evolved since I began my search many years ago.
And although the majority of bralettes on the market are still made for those smaller than a D cup, I have actually found several styles that work for me. The longline band provides a lot of support, and the cups are considerably deeper than I expected.
Would I go jogging in it? Does it offer the same lift and support of a molded-cup underwire bra? Of course not.
Not even close. Feeling emboldened, I tried another Torrid style, the racerback lace bralette.
It was exactly what I wanted in a bralette — strappy, sexy, and edgy. It also provided similar support and coverage to the cropped version, so it quickly made its way into my wardrobe rotation. I love to pair it with a low-cut top, allowing the lace neckline to peek out. And the racerback multi-weave de makes dip-back shirts a reality, instead of a dream. Want to score some bralettes of your own? February 16, update: This story has been updated to include current market.
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