Most Comfortable Bras – Natori Bra Review
Are you here for a bra review? Well, you’re in the right place. Over half the world’s population wears bras, right? So why the heck don’t we talk about bras, boobs, coverage, support & comfort more often?
The other day Jessica & I were talking about work out gear, sweating & bras. Girl Talk to the extreme. Jessica’s been with me bra shopping numerous times. It’s always a pain. You get measured every time, don’t you? It takes forever & I swear I NEVER have the same measurements. When you factor in my larger boobs (D cup), nursing two kids, weight loss, weight gain, back fat & some ahem, increased elasticity we will call it (sagging) I’ve bought hundreds of bras. Well, I’m here to tell you I only own three bras these days & here they are.
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Women’s Natori Flora Underwire Bra – Most Comfortable Bras – Natori Bra Review
This past summer I said hello to Natori Bras & I’ve never looked back. Unhappy with my current bra situation, I ventured to my favorite store, Nordstrom. Luckily, my sales girl knows what’s up! She brought me this gorgeous Natori Flora Underwire Bra. Initially, I thought No way! Lace is itchy, right? Nope. This lace is soft, tender & oh, so comfortable.
Well, no way this soft lace is going to hold up my Heavy Boobs, right? Wrong again. The Natori Flora Underwire Bra gives me the all-day support I need with added comfort. I swear it hits my ribcage in just the right spot that it helps my backfat look less visible. There’s nothing worse than a narrow bra rolling around getting stuck in the backfat & I’m over the moon to tell you this one stays in place. To say it’s the most comfortable bra I’ve ever worn is not an exaggeration. It’s the truth.
Women’s Natori Zen Convertible Underwire Sports Bra – Most Comfortable Bras – Natori Bra Review
I work out. Okay, not all the time, but I’ve been known to go berry-picking do some yard work, garden, camp & brave the weekend crowds at Target. If I’m doing any of these things, I do not want to mess up my fancy lace bra. I want something that wicks sweat a little better & can hold me up in the off-chance I might need to jog (or at least walk fast!).
What’s so great about this Natori Zen Convertible Underwire Bra is that it DOES ALL OF THE THINGS. Praise the Lord, it does not give me a uni-boob! There is nothing worse than wearing a T-Shirt & having a saggy sports bra that creates a shoulder-pulling uni-boob. This bra has supportive, but not uncomfortable underwire, thicker material that doesn’t make me sweat & it’s comfortable. It’s perfect because it’s a day to night bra. If I’m working in it & I forget my sports bra to work out, it will do the job. I love it so much & it’s worth every penny.
Women’s Natori ‘Yogi’ Convertible Bra – Most Comfortable Bras – Natori Bra Review
Whereas the Natori Zen Convertible Underwire offers good support & is a great all-around bra, the Natori Yogi Convertible Underwire Bra means BUSINESS! This is the bra you wear to Zumba, Kickboxing, U-Jam, etc. It’s VERY supportive, offers full-coverage so there is no falling out. This bra is also wider around the band, so there is no rolling into the backfat canyon. Rejoice!
This bra is made for moving. It holds you in place while jumping, bending, riding & dancing. Even better, there is no uni-boob. If you’re looking for a really supportive, full coverage bra for the gym, look no further. This bra is the definition of a game changer.
I am Really Into These Natori Bras! They are comfortable, supportive & they are flattering. I’m over 6 months into daily use & they look close to brand new. I am so happy I took the plunge.
My preferred store is Nordstrom because they offer no hassle returns & exchanges in the event these bras don’t work for you. While you’re there, be sure to check out my favorite pajama brand, PJ Salvage. They are well made, cute, cuddly & have super creative patterns.
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