Here is a break-down of my own experience of what happened when I tired Pepper bras.
Here is a break-down of my own experience of what happened when I tried Pepper bras.
I No Longer Had to Worry About Awkward Cup Gaps and Digging Underwire
Pepper bras were redesigned from the seams up, with less underwire and an optimized its curvature/length to maximize comfort. And for me, it clearly made a difference as my boobs have always been a bit more on the side of my chest rather than perfectly in the middle.
My Boobs Looked Pretty Great, Even Without a Ton of Padding
Pepper uses lightly padded cups for a more natural look. Their "Authentic Lift™" is designed to hugs and lift your curves like the perfect pair of stretchy yoga pants. While I've always been a fan of push-up bras being a bit smaller in nature, it felt great to know that my boobs can actually look pretty amazing without a ton of padding - as long as the bra fits right!
I Felt Comfortable,
All Day Long.
Without having the feeling of underwire digging into the sides of my boobs all day, this point is super straight forward.
I tried their Limitless Wirefree bra as well and wow is it nice to just wear hanging out around my apartment without a shirt on after getting back from work. It gets hot in my apartment basically any time that it's not the wintertime, so it's more comfortable walking around in just a bra than a t-shirt braless due to the temperature.
I Felt a Bit More Self-Confident
Not wearing a super-padded bra for the first time since middle school has been an experience for me. Wearing a bra that embraces my natural curves - without changing my proportions - made me a bit nervous at first. From the time, I hit middle school I started prioritizing making sure the shirts I wore made my boobs look good/bigger (yep, starting in the 7th grade.) I always associated "bigger" as being better. Wearing Pepper bras for a few days without the main goal of "making my boobs look as big as possible", made me realize my boobs actually beautiful exactly as they are and that's something I'm slowly starting to embrace more and more.