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The $20 Wireless Bra That Can Actually Support Big Boobs

It comes in sizes 32B through 42DD.

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Bali Comfort Revolution Wirefree Bra ($22)

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As the longtime owner of a pair of 38DDs, I’ve spent a non-trivial amount of my income on underwire bras, and a non-trivial amount of my life wrestling those underwires back into place.

For all the blessings that come with being busty, there are definitely drawbacks, and few of them are more aggravating than listening to your A-cupped friend breathlessly describe the cozy bralette she just picked up at H&M for $12, all the while attempting to scoop your own boobs properly back into a medieval contraption that cost you a whole day’s wages.

That’s what makes Bali’s Comfort Revolution Wirefree Bra such a game-changer. For roughly $20, this bra somehow keeps my boobs looking perky and delicious without any poking or choking. My silhouette stays smooth under tees and dresses, and for a garment whose main selling point is comfort, it’s cut surprisingly slim enough to stay hidden under most necklines. It comes in 16 different colors and is available in sizes from 32B to 42DD, and even includes some ever-elusive size options for folks needing large bands but small cups.

Comfort is not, historically speaking, an idea that goes hand-in-hand with revolution. But politics are weird in 2017, and these days, my boobs and I will take all the comfort we can get.


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