How long do they last?
What size are you? (If it isnt too personal)
I am just curious. I am a pretty average size I think (36D) and I prefer Victoria Secret, but I have purchased bras from penny's also. I havw gotten a few from target but I don't think I have ever gotten one for $10.
*I read somewhere that you should get a new one every 6 months, I read somewhere else was once a year...
** ok so I can now say I have purchased a bra for less the $10. However they were for my 15 year old daughter. Target is having a clearance sale and I got 5 bras for about $35
by cmc638December 29, 2012 at 7:25 AMI'm a 32 c and have lots of issues finding this size. But I work at Kohls and we have awesome clearance bras all the time for like 5 to 10 bucks id really recommend checking out clearance if you're looking for something cheap and good quality
December 29, 2012 at 9:15 AM
I like the *cross my heart* type of bras. Also, a lot of women are measured wrong due to places like VS. If you are measured properly and buy a good bra, you will be supported without the use of underwire.
Serious question, what kind of bras actually support boobs without them having underwire? I've tried without the wire before and they don't seem to work. It looks and feels awkward.
In this department, I am definitely a *you get what you pay for* kind of girl. I would never wear a $10.00 bra.
FYI.... Most push up bras are made with underwire and those type of bras are the worst. They can cause scar tissue in your breasts and can cause other issues as well. Stay clear of anything with an underwire.
All of my bras were on sale at Sears for less than $10. They were originally a lot more but I waited until the sale hit because I'm cheap. I don't have much in the way of boobs though so they work for me. They last about a year, maybe longer. I usually buy about 3 of the same kind in different colors.
I have paid up to 75 dollars for a bra and it was great but did not last long.
I have for the past 5 years use only playtex secretes the one with side support they are both sexy and comfortable. I wear a 38ddd.
I am short so I like to find a supportive bra that will not go way up my underarms and these do the job.
I also do get fitted once a year and it is funny how you do change. I recently lost 20 lbs and went down in band size but up in cup size.
I think smaller ppl can pay less for a bra then those who are larger.