Post # 1
Good afternoon Ladies,
I am in need of some new bras. I have two Victoria’s Secret bras that I have worn out from constant wear. I have other bras, but they’re non-pushup B’s and my bust is a bit too big for them, so I’m looking for a padded/pushup C instead. I’m looking for a padded, pushup, non-lace bra for everyday wear. (I have larger hips and a small waist, so I like a little extra padding to balance out my upper body with my lower body.) Both the bras that I have are a style that is no longer made, and I don’t want to spend 50-60 bucks on individual bras, since I feel like I need to get about 5. What are your favorite inexpensive, comfy, pushup bras?
Post # 2
H&M bras are cotton, padded push-ups and pretty comfy for daily wear
Post # 3
Target is my go to other than VS. Cheap, and many options! I think they have a few knockoff VS options with the super pushup ones. I will admit I do not take good care of my bras, and they last quite awhile. Also, I know you are looking for cheap but if comfort is what you’re going for, I think my two comfiest bras are from Aerie. Maybe you can find a sale on some of those. 🙂
Post # 4
I’ve always worn Aerie bras (Brooke).
Post # 5
I don’t wear pushups, so this may not be as relevant, but anyways…
People can bash VS all they want, but I tried on over 30 bras at the mall last week, and the ONLY one that fit me properly, made me feel comfortable, and made the girls look great was from VS. I went shopping fulling intending to stay far away from VS, but I’ve been wearing the wrong size for months and this new bra was worth EVERY PENNY.
Post # 6
I get mine at Kohl’s. I’m a 36Dear Daughter and it’s tough finding that size at “discount” stores. I would say without sales they are probably between $30-$50 apiece, but mine have lasted for a long time. Plus I always scour the clearance rack and sometimes get lucky and find one or two in my size on there. I’ve tried Target bras and that use to be my go-to but honestly they wear out VERY quickly because they are cheaply made.
Post # 7
Also I have found that Victoria’s Secret bras actually are smaller cup sizess than the other ones at other stores. Like I don’t fit into a VS 36Dear Daughter. My cups runneth over.
Post # 8
I used to be all about VS bras, until I found a Spanx Bra at TJ Maxx for $14 and decided to try it out. They make some front hooking bras that are super comfy, but still push up and padded. Since TJ Maxx is hit or miss, I’ve since found a few more online in different colors for cheap.