Friday, September 9, 2011

Handful Bra Review and GIVEAWAY!

The ladies at Handful Bra sent me a bra to test out a while back and I have worn it in many different settings and not just for running although it is my favorite running bra these days. It would be great for dance, yoga, bouldering, hiking, and any other activity you can think of.

  The Handful Bra comes in its own wash and carry bag.  Easy to wash in cold water with like colors and line dry.  They come in Black, Cocoa, Pink, Nude, and White.

It is not your usual uniboob kind of sports bra.  It holds the girls in place and still is flattering.  Its like their motto says, "Made to flatter not flatten!"

  The Handful Bra comes with pads.  You have the option to use them or not and they are easy to put in the bra and take out yet they stay in place once you have them put in.  I have tried it with and without the pads.  They are comfortable and do not make the girls look like they are padded.   My superhero dear one loathes the pads though so I leave them out.  I am a lucky girl in that he likes me au natural.  I was not able to tell a difference in how it fit with or without the pads.

  I love the crossing of the straps in the back. Very sexy and  it makes for a comfortable fit since the straps do not cut in to my shoulders like other bras I have.
The Handful Bra runs $40 but you get a chance to win one of your very own!

Here are the rules:
For each of the below options you choose to do please leave a separate comment.  Each comment is an entry to the giveaway and the winner will be chosen using

  • Follow this blog
  • like Handful on Facebook
  • comment on their facebook page and let them know I sent you.
  • Check out their website and let me know what color you would like
  • tweet, blog, email, facebook ect.  Leave a separate comment for each that you do!
Thats it. Easy Peasy!

This giveaway will run until Sept. 16th.

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