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What a Woman Looks for in the Perfect Bra

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For a woman to be confident, you have to be comfortable in your own skin, and to feel comfortable and happy in your body, and your appearance. And since we don’t walk around naked everyday, the clothes and undergarments we choose reflect our attitude. Some people are flamboyant, some people prefer to be more subdued. But we all want to feel comfortable.

One of the most important things for a woman to wear is her bra. For many, their breasts are an important part of who they are. And a big challenge is ‘housing’ them properly! Because women’s bodies come in all shapes and sizes, finding the right bra with the right fit, that is comfortable at the same time is a constant challenge to almost all women.

A bra may be the right size, but the straps might dig into her shoulders. Or it may be comfortable but the cups don’t support her breasts well enough. Or her bra might be comfortable and the cups fit her right but the back digs in and makes her flesh bulge out. Sometimes you want more support but the underwire is not comfortable.

There are so many bras out there but it never seems like any particular one covers all the bases. The ongoing challenge is to find a bra that is comfortable and flattering to your shape, while giving you support.

Seems like a big order to fill, doesn’t it? Thankfully bra designers are answering the call. Knix, for example, has ‘reinvented intimates for real life’ with their 8 in 1 Evolution Bra. This bra is unlined so you can rock your natural shape. It has an innovative wire-free design that molds to and supports your unique shape. It helps offset the natural force of gravity to keep your bosom looking its resilient best and that allows you to rock that confidence and be yourself.

What a Woman Looks for in the Perfect Bra

Can you imagine having a bra so comfortable that you want to sleep in it? Which professionals say is the best way for counteracting nature’s forces. Yes, even while you’re sleeping. Think of it as gaining an extra eight hours of support each day and ultimately maintaining your breasts’ bounce and profile. I’d say that’s what you call a win-win.

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