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- 96% Nylon, 4% Spandex
- Machine Wash
- Pullover bra featuring elasticized band and wide straps
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Light support wire free bra with unlined cups ribbed elastic under band provides support no hook and eye closure - goes on over the head
- Package Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00MCN5DTQ
- Item model number: 9588
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 25, 2014
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I have bought well over a hundred bras, in the past 23 years, trying to find one that fulfilled all these needs. These are the only bras that have made the cut so far. They are comfortable to wear for hours on end. They even out my two different-sized breasts without having to use a prosthesis, They come in a variety of popular colors so that if a blouse shifts, and reveals a bra strap, it will blend in with my outfit. The bottom doesn't roll up, even though my ribs spread out, under my breasts, which normally makes bras roll up (I didn't have much room to carry a baby so my ribs had to spread out to make room and they never went back).
But the best part is I no longer have to have someone help me put on or take off my bra. The bottom band stretches well past the 48 inches which makes it easy to get on despite having one arm with a rotor-cuff injury.
I admit I have no idea how well these would work for a woman with really large breasts. I do know the breasts seem to stay wherever you place them, in the bra, so try lifting up your breasts, inside the bra, once you have it on. You can raise or lower them, push them together or spread them apart and they should stay put.
I so wish they had made these bras back when I was first diagnosed with breast cancer. All of the folding, stapling, and mutilating made it really painful to wear a bra for years afterwards. That made it hard to go to work as the pain, of wearing a bra, would often make it hard to think straight.
I don't know if other women suffer such intense pain as I did. My body was already wracked with lupus and fibromyalgia, long before the breast cancer, so I image those disorders made the pain much worse than normal. It turns out the cancer had already spread, throughout my body, so perhaps that also added to the pain.
Fortunately, that is all in the past now. My new bras are so comfortable I will probably wear them to bed in the summer. I'd wear them to bed now but they are too hard to get in my size so I have to save them for regular wear. In fact, if there is a negative, it is that the bras are out-of-stock in so many colors. I wanted to order a bunch more bras, to go with my pajama bottoms, but they only had four colors left.
I guess I'll just have to periodically check back and see if they have other colors come back in stock. You would think Rhonda Shear would have made enough money by now to be able to keep her bras in stock on Amazon.
If you think this type bra would work well for you, make sure you order https://amazon.com/gp/product/B0173D3XFK/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_0
There are a number of bras, being sold on Amazon, that sound, from the reviews, like they might be knock-offs of the real bra. I've fallen for a number of them, myself, so be careful about what you order.