Well, it might be, as it was founded in the 80s, but Wacoal, sold in Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Macy’s, and other department stores, has jumped ship from its stereotype. It’s no longer only nude bras in comfy cottons, but has expanded with multiple collections, like, the “i” line with iBras, iPant shapewear, etc., the b.temt’d younger, playful collection, and the Luxe line in sexy lace trim. And here’s the thing. If you want to be placed in a quality bra and fit by experts, you want to go with a brand, like Wacoal, that has been around for decades, honing in on its boob expertise with multiple generations of women. BridalBuzz’s Ryan Conner and I had the opportunity to be meet with national representatives this week and be fit by the capable (and warm) hands of local Wacoal experts, and were pleasantly surprised by the comfort, fit, and range of style options of the bra line. Plus, the flirty spring colors from b.tempt’d were fun to peruse. To get in touch with a local expert, call your local department store and ask for an appointment with a Wacoal consultant.
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