Sponsored by True & Co and Shopstyle Collective
We all have our priorities when it comes to bras. For me, I want them to feel good above all else.
I first tried on a True & Co bra years ago, and I remember being in absolute awe of how it felt. I had never worn a bra like it before, and the softness of the material was (and still is) quite astonishing.
Bras that feel good? True & Co bras feel amazing.
Since that first try-on, True & Co bras have held a permanent spot in my underwear drawer.
In fact, they were my actual saving grace at the height of my breastfeeding journey, and the bras are not even a breastfeeding-specific design. But more on that later.
True & Co Soft Form Bras Are A Shockingly Good Wire-Free Solution
True & Co’s Soft Form Bras are made from super-light, ultra-soft fabric. There are no wires, and they even come with removable pads that are actually easy to take in and out.
As someone who prefers the pads both in and out depending on the occasion, the removable pad situation can be frustrating with bras that only provide a tiny opening or put that open in a position you can barely reach.
Thankfully, there is zero frustration with True & Co Soft Form Bras.
One of the first things I noticed about the Soft Form Bras is that they are built with a generous size opening in the fabric, right up top, that makes it incredibly easy to slip the pads in and out (or simply to adjust them) even while wearing the bra.
Both the scoop neck and V neck are similarly amazing bras, but the V neck dips nice and low, making it a perfect fit for any low neckline tops.
True & Co originally began because the founders believed bras could be better. The earliest designs were based on a 26-question Fit Quiz that was taken by 9 million women.
The company is rooted in research, and True & Co believes in taking in the opinions and needs of real women.
Even after years of wearing their bras, that is still so refreshing for me to hear.
Soft Form Bras in particular were designed with a comfortable wide strap and weightless material that is meant to support without restricting movement.
My personal favorite is how both of the bras layer seamlessly under clothing. They have a second-skin type quality to them that makes it just as easy to pull on your favorite fitted tee as it is a flowy button-down.
Soft Wireless Bras For Maternity, Postpartum & Beyond? True & Co Has ‘Em
True & Co bras have been such a breath of fresh air for me, throughout many stages of life.
When I breastfed my son, soreness and achy-ness in those first weeks was incredibly real.
Even more so, I experienced mastitis and painful clogged ducts that left me wanting to burn any and all clothing that touched my body.
In a last ditch effort, I dug out the regular, non-breastfeeding, non-pregnancy, non-postpartum clothing stash I had tucked away in storage in hopes of finding something soft and easy to wear.
That’s when I re-discovered my stash of True & Co bras.
When I tell you that I experienced immediate relief when I put them on…
I may or may not have even cried.
The bras created such a soothing, calming sensation — one I had been desperate for — and I began wearing them in between breastfeeding sessions while my body healed.
I never realized until that season of my life what good quality undergarments can actually do for your comfort and sanity. True & Co put in the hard work, listened to the opinions of women, and created a line of bras that truly provide comfort.
Needless to say, I love these bras.
Thank you True & Co for sponsoring this post. I will be endlessly grateful for the relief and comfort your bras have brought me throughout my recent seasons of life & my motherhood journey. Thank you for listening to women and caring about making quality underwear! And readers, thank you so much for being here & for your support. It means the world!
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