Did you know that one half of working Americans report having back pain symptoms each year? In fact, 31 million Americans report experiencing lower-back pain at any given time. In high school, I had moderate scoliosis. Then, at 24, I got Myasthenia Gravis, and I have been carrying a cane for the past five years. Sometimes, when you’re lounging around the house, you don’t need to where a bra. But, unfortunately, there are settings when it’s not appropriate like work and PTA meetings. I often wish I were a Charlie’s Angel so I could be free of this burden. Thankfully, there is a company, Fresh Comfort Inc., that makes adaptive intimate apparel. I’m going to review their Easy Open Bra ($40.00).
-three colors: white, beige, light blue
-five sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
-easy to use front closure Velcro® with Austrian snap and “D” ring
-soft Modal blend fabric: 46% combined cotton, 49% Modal, and 5% Spandex
-smooth, wide straps
-tag-less, hidden label
-comfortable: there are no straps digging in my shoulders and the wide straps are nice
-light: the bra has a light feeling
-not itchy: I often find a lot of bras that look fancy but are itchy to wear
-looks great with scoop-neck and v-neck blouses
-great for everyday wear
-good value: there are bras in the department store that are equally expensive but I find that as I get bigger and experience weight changes, I eventually can’t use them
You can find FCI’s return policy by clicking here.
My Final Verdict
This is the most comfortable bra in my closet. Yes, I would recommend it to women–both with and without disabilities.
How would you describe your experiencing shopping for intimate apparel?
–Your Stylist, Jessica Gimeno