This is my favorite bra ever! I purchased the gray one on amazon; it was so soft and comfy that I went directly to this website to buy the natural and black. I normally wear a 32C but since they don’t have that size available I purchased the smallest size, 34B. The band is of course too small but the cup fits well which I would expect since a 32C and 34B cup are essentially the same size. I wish they carried a smaller size but I’ve been putting mine in the dryer to shrink them. I love the racer back style as it keeps the straps in place and the wide adjustable straps are perfect. I also like the slightly retro styling of the bra. I was worried the seam going across my breast would irritate my breasts but it doesn’t. The natural material was far less soft than the dyed material. Perhaps the dyeing process softens there fibers? After washing and drying the natural material bra it has softened up quite a bit. I highly recommend these bras to those who have sensitivities to synthetic materials. The only downside is that the seams show until certain materials but I’m assuming it’s difficult to construct a bra out of non-stretch material without making seams across the breast.
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Happened to click on a Cottonique ad, not expecting much because prices were quite attractive. I figured “nothing to lose” and bought a racer back front closure.
I’m thrilled! It’s amazingly comfortable. I’m going to become a regular at Cottonique.
I wear this bra every day. Total lifesaver as an allergy sufferer. My only wish is to have it in a nude color so I can have a bra to wear under white shirts. Right now I’m forced to wear the white or natural color and it looks tacky under a white shirt because it doesn’t blend in with my skin.
I bought it because of the 100% cotton, but was pleasantly surprised by the attention to detail you put into the cut and design of the garment. You truly understand the needs of people with sensory sensitivities. It is the most wearable and comfortable underwear Iâ€™ve ever had. Thank you so much, it was worth shipping it all the way to Australia!