The Story Behind This Product
She’s strong, independent and in tune with all of her body’s needs. Meet Samantha – the high impact DD/E Bra that will satisfy your every active desire. DD & E cups, you don’t need to wear two bras at once to provide great support! All you need is this “2-in-1” style that combines a lightly padded encapsulated cup underlayer with a full-on compression bra outer layer. Front strap adjustability allows for separate breast support levels, 4-row padded hook & eye closure provides comfort through the ebb & flow of your monthly cycle, and extra bonus cleavage compartment creates a natural pocket to safely stash small personal needs. The bottom band is more minimalistic than most DD & E bras without compromising support. Specialized to fit DD & E cups.
- Endure jersey (poly/spandex)
- Tech mesh support (nylon/Lycra)
- Perfect support for DD & E cups
- Front velcro strap adjustability also opens up completely for nursing moms
- Two Bras in One
- Internal non-underwire encapsulation bra separates breasts (no chafing & no uniboob)
- Outer bra made from support fabric acts as a compression bra & locks the ladies down
- Molded cups are lined with lightweight, breathable, no-nip pads
- Criss-cross back straps increase support and don’t show under racerback tanks
- Hidden support panels throughout
- 4-row padded hook & eye for micro adjustments in center back closure
- Soft, supportive elastic in band
- Updated version of our best-selling Jill DD Bra
DIY BRA FIT GUIDE
- With a regular bra (one that does NOT enhance your natural size), measure around the bottom band of your bra and rib cage while exhaling. Measuring tape should be snug.
- If your measurement is a fraction, round up or down to the nearest whole number depending on if you prefer a more or less supportive fit.
- Add 5″ to the measurement if it is an odd number and 4″ if it is an even number.
- Measure loosely around the fullest part of your bust (wearing same regular bra as in above).
- Round to the nearest whole number as you did in Step 2 measuring the band.
- Subtract your rib cage measurement from your bust measurement (wearing same bra as above).
- The difference equals your cup measurement (like you did on band size).