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1/25/13 10:49 A

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I love the thrift especially Ohio Thrift Stores. Check them out. You never know what you will find in a thrift store. You can even find new items with the tags still on them. I sell women's lingerie and I buy some of my things from the thrift stores; check it my store out on Ebay http://stores.ebay.com/hartsleatherandlace
. But check them out you can get good clothing, kitchen items, household item and much much more. I love the Ohio thrift stores, I think there are 7 in Columbus at all ends of the city.

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1/25/13 7:43 A

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Sometimes you can find good sales on the expensive ones also, so check in with the expensive stores too. If you are not opposed to thrift stores, that can be very reasonable for the budget-conscious. Further, the quality will be clear!

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1/14/13 9:41 P

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Target has some nice Champion ones - I am super busty and I can wear it for mild/moderate workouts so I would think it would work well for a smaller chest. They have two or three different styesl and they are all under $20. Kohls has some also as part of their Danskin and Trek lines.

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1/11/13 2:32 P

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RedH, thanks for the advice! Unfortunately I work at WalMart and they cater to larger sizes or juniors sizes. The 'Boxed Bras' like Playtex don't come small enough for me, that's why I am on the hunt! maybe Target, I haven't been to one in awhile...

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1/10/13 2:34 P

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I would try WalMart or Target for a playtex bra they are great in all sizes.

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1/9/13 11:25 A

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Hey gals, and guys if you have knowlege to share! I need a supportive bra in smaller sizes. The breastfeeding (over a decade ago!) and weight loss have left me in need of a REAL bra. No cute demi bras or pushups, no sports bras, just something that lifts me up to where I belong. All stores carry them for larger sizes, but I am not large. (anywhere between 32C and 36B depending on brand) I also can't afford $45 for one bra. Any ideas?

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