The 9 Best-Selling Bras of All Time on Who What Wear
“I have to admit I’ve only purchased maybe one new bra since college. I worked as a sales associate for three years at Victoria’s Secret, so during my college years, I not only became well-versed in fit, sizing, and styling but also accumulated a large stockpile of bras that still serves me well. My bra and body size haven’t really changed, and I’m also really picky when it comes to the fit, comfort, and look of a bra. Either I’m going for ultra-comfy and unfussy or I want something beautiful and care less about comfort.
“In terms of my bra size, I don’t have a lot to work with in that area, and I’m pretty much a 32C across all brands and styles I try. Even though the cup size looked bigger on the bra from Wacoal, I was super happy to find that it managed to fit perfectly even without any padding. (For the record, I’m used to wearing bra styles that have at least a teeny bit of somethin’-somethin’.) There was no gapping in the cups, no bunching in the back, and overall, it fit pretty perfectly and lay flat in all the right places. I also appreciated the simplistic style and think bra is the perfect basic (but still pretty) black bra. My only complaint was the comfort factor. To be honest, I found something about the fabric a little itchy—I was very aware that I was wearing a bra—and I even found it a little uncomfortable in the cups, mostly on the sides where the bra hit near my underarms. (But again, that will probably depend on the person and the way your boobs are shaped.) However, I still wore it two days in a row and appreciated the support it offered and the smooth, clean shape it lends under your outfit.”