Sports Bras... Help!!!!

Thursday, September 17, 2009

I came across an article on SP about sports bras and most women not wearing the proper fit and size.
I then thought to myself and told my husband, "I am one of those women."
I promptly found our measuring tape and got to work on figuring out my correct size (as the directions tell you in the article). Happily I figured that I am wearing the correct size bra, for everyday use. From what the article says on sports bras, I'm definitely wearing the wrong size for my size.
So I went out today and looked for a sports bra. I went to Wal-Mart, Target, JC Penney, Macy's, Ross Dress for Less, and Sports Authority. It was quite a bust (lol) at all places. I did end up buying 2 from Sports Authority. They aren't the style I was looking for but they are better support for the moment. I didn't want to spend an absolute fortune on 2-3 sports bras that (hopefully) won't fit for another couple of months as I continue my weight loss journey.
But it's still not the best support for my body. And I know that.
I will however spend a bit more money on sports bras when I'm down to the size I want to be so I know I will be getting the support I need. I hate that I'm not now but I couldn't find any good ones anywhere else.
Has anyone else had this problem?
And where do you buy your sports bras?

Here's the article on sports bras if you didn't see it. It's very informative.
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  • THEDCG83
    Your pun halfway through about being a bust made me laugh.

    But I'm glad you found a couple!
    3136 days ago
    I totally know that I don't have the right sports bra...but I'm too lazy and too skint to look into a new one. Good for you, though! I'm glad that you got out there and looked for some good ones!
    3136 days ago
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