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This ones for the ladies...all about bras


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Blog by Bettina Reid | January 13th, 2012


I want to give a special thank you to Yvonne and the rest of her staff from Malary's fashion network in #Cloverdale. She was kind enough to open up her shop for myself and a few friends, family and colleagues. We all enjoyed ourselves and came out with a few great new pieces from her shop to add to our wardrobe. But I think the hit of the night was learning and then experiencing Yvonne's "Tab bras".

Back in July 2011, CTV did a report about how most women are wearing the wrong bra size. In fact they said "While British Columbian women spend millions of dollars on bras, experts say up to 90 percent of them are still wearing the wrong size".
http://www.ctvbc.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20110726/bc_steele_bra_sizing_110727/20110727?hub=BritishColumbia

I don't know know how many times over the years that I have had conversations with friends and family about how our bras are uncomfortable or dig into our shoulders or how the straps drive us crazy because they are always falling off our shoulders....

Well everyone one of us were fitted for the "Tab bras" and we all watched each and every one of us come out of the changeroom a transformed woman. Literally everyone got an immediate lift, that only cost them the price of the bra....lol Some were amazed at the difference, others noticed a change int heir breathing, it truly was an exciting experience.

The reason I arranged this evening with Yvonne was because of the design and benefits of the "Tab bra". They are designed without elastics or underwire. They will not shift and the straps won't fall off your shoulders. They are available for women of all sizes big or small. From 28" - 42" and up to cup size KK. Most shops I have seen before wouldn't even do a fitting for a small breasted woman. These bras are designed for women of all sizes. They are also considered a medical orthopedic bra for women with prothesis after having had a mastectomy.

Aside from everything else one of the main reasons I wanted the bra was to help improve my posture by relieving the strain on my back and neck. I cannot say enough good things about them and already feel great wearing my new bra!

If you are looking for a place to get a good fitting check out Malary's in #Cloverdale and ask about the "Tab bra" in the mean time visit their website for more detailed information. http://tabbra.com/index.html