I don’t normally do reviews like this but I thought this was a worthy exception.
I’ve been seeing ads for Third Love bras on my Facebook and Instagram for a long time. The ads always focus on the most troubling aspects of wearing a bra. Bras are uncomfortable, the straps either slip or dig, and they’re generally a problem. I would have to agree.
After weight loss your body goes through significant changes. I anticipated extra skin but never thought of how it would affect the way my bras fit. It seemed like no bra could comfortably address the coverage I needed especially around the sides.
When I finally clicked on the link on Facebook it was because it featured a Try Before You Buy sale. Pay only $2.99 for shipping and you can try a bra for 30 days. I was game. From that first click the experience was different. They didn’t just show me a bunch of bras to choose from, they asked a bunch of questions.
Tell us about your breasts?
- What shape? Look at these diagrams!
- Full or thin?
- Close together or farther apart?
- Differing cup sizes?
What are your biggest fit issues?
- Spillage over cups?
- Underwire poking out?
- Straps slipping?
- Straps digging?
- Side coverage?
Side coverage was listed?? Whoa! Ok. I’m in. I continue the exam and it says: Regina try this bra! It was a bra that has full coverage, non-wire support, wide side straps, and memory foam. MEMORY FOAM!
I took the recommendation and couldn’t wait for the bra to arrive. Paying only $2.99 I thought it would be weeks. I ordered it on Thursday and it was at my door yesterday after a holiday weekend!
As soon as it came in I couldn’t wait to try it. It was packaged beautifully but not wastefully or frivolously.
The bra itself was beautiful and soft. I loved the padding with memory foam around the hook area because that was always a place where I had discomfort. The side panels were wide but somehow both thin and strong.
When I put it on I knew that Third Love will now take all of my money for the rest of my life. The coverage, fit, side support, and look of this bra is extraordinary. The comfort was even better. The memory foam straps were so comfortable and I felt supported but like I was hardly wearing anything at all.
I know what you want to know… how much is this magic bra? The price for the style I chose was $68.00. Depending on your budget that can be reasonable or priced your what you can afford. Personally, I’ve spent a lot more and received a lot less than this. When you buy quality items you don’t have to buy them as often. Can you get a bra at your local discount store for $12? Yes. Will it last you nearly as long as a higher quality bra. No. I say buy higher quality less often. Trust me, it saves in the long run.
Overall, the entire buying process was smooth and efficient. The bra the computer selected for me based on my answers to the questions was perfect and Third Love totally delivered on quality, style, and most of all performance.
Have you tried Third Love?
DISCLAIMER: No, I don’t know anyone at Third Love, they did not pay me for this review but they should seriously consider it!