This is not a sponsored post, I'm just kind of excited about this and felt the need to share. Because who would I be if I didn't let y'all know about how great True & Co. is?
If you don't know what True & Co. is, check out their website. But essentially they are a lingerie company, offering extended bra sizes and specialty sizes... and just cute bras/undies for that matter!
But that's not the cool part. When you go to their site, you take a quiz about your current bras, how they fit, sizing, etc. Then you pick three bras that they suggest to you (or anything else that caught your eye) and a sizing expert picks two more for you based on your quiz.
Then they send them to you for free, and you have 5 days to try them on and decide which ones you want to keep! So you get to try them on with your favorite outfits and see how they really fit. Then when you pick the one(s) you want, you just send the other ones back!
I got my box a couple days ago and it's amazing the difference a good fitting bra makes! I am currently wearing a size too small apparently and they sent me 5 bras that fit so much better. I have a weird bra size for some reason, so my options were a little limited, but they have an amazing (and cute) selection, even for girls with a bigger chest.
But I decided to stick with two that fit the best (and that I picked out... because I'm a genius.) They are both Spanx brand, so they are stretchy, and comfy, but still give me solid coverage and good lift. Sounds like the perfect bra, right?
Because they are Spanx, they aren't the sexiest thing on the market, but they are perfect for every day wear, which is exactly what I needed. I got one with regular straps and the other with a racerback and I'm super excited to wear them all. the. time.
I definitely suggest you go check them out and see if you, like me, are wearing the wrong bra for you! You've got nothing to lose! It's absolutely free to try them on and see what they have to offer! If you don't like any of them, it's free shipping back to them too.
So go... Go now.
What you ever tried True & Co.? What did you think?