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Thread: Freedom bras - anyone try them?

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    Nanamoms, that is the funniest story I've seen in a long time. Can't stop laughing. You know what I like about this forum, I always find other women who have the same problems I do. Use to think I was the only one who made taking off my bra the first order of business when I got home. As I come thru the door and pass my husband in the living room he says "Let the girls out". God I hate wearing a bra. Loved in back in the 70's when I weighed about 106 and went bra less all the time (except at work). Now days I only go without at home. Too big and too old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naturalmama View Post
    I just got a groupon for them - they look like what I'd love, but I can't seem to find any reviews on them. Have you tried them? Are they decent? This is the link for their site - http://freedom-bras.com/review/produ...59/category/3/
    The groupon was for only $24 plus $3 shipping. (for 3)
    I bought the AHH bras a few months ago. I love them!
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    I love Lane Bryant's best selling everyday bra - no wires! They run about $22 - $34.

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    I just saw a Genie Bra ad up on the top of this thread. How is that possible??? Are they spying on us?
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    I would be quite happy with only a 'little jiggling' when the girls are loose.

    'Flopping' just isn't very attractive

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    I have laughed until I cried at some of the responses and yes I've been there and done all of the above with the same results. I received a coupon from Groupon as well different company though Coobie bras goes on over the head with the insert. It's fine to through that one with a baggie shirt to go run a quick errand, if I'm home and were not expecting anyone then it's bra less. I think I will stick with my mom's old advice if its sounds too good to be true it probably is.

    I'm a 40DD there isn't a lot out there that is comfortable, but I must admit I did finally find 2 bras that fit very nicely and they don't give you that big gaping side bulging one is by Bali (comfort U) the bra structure moves with you it's not rigid, and the other Playtex Comfort Strap your shoulders don't hurt from your straps digging into your shoulders and you don't get that neck and shoulder pain, got them at a Factory Outlet store and they were $15 each

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