Fruit of the Loom Women's Cotton Pullover Sport Bra (Pack of 3)

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  • Three pack of solid full-coverage sport bras featuring spaghetti straps and tag-free labels
  • One set of pads included
  • Machine wash cold with like colors
  • Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed and tumble dry low and remove promptly and low iron when needed
  • Pull on closure

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  • Package Dimensions : 30.4 x 19.5 x 3.2 cm; 95 Grams
  • Date First Available : 14 February 2019
  • Manufacturer : Fruit of the Loom
  • ASIN : B07KL1NF46
  • Item Model Number : 9036
  • Department : Women's
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Reviewed in Australia on 1 July 2019
Size: 32Colour: Heather Grey/White/Heather BlueVerified Purchase

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5.0 out of 5 stars These "bralettes" are great! This review will cover SIZING, WORKING OUT and WASHING....
Reviewed in the United States on 5 January 2017
Size: 38Colour: Grey Black/White/BlackVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars These "bralettes" are great! This review will cover SIZING, WORKING OUT and WASHING....
Reviewed in the United States on 5 January 2017
I do medium/high impact workouts. And good workout bras are EXPENSIVE! One day all my good workout bras were dirty, so I doubled up on these bras. And guess what, with 2 of these bras at the same time (1 camisole bralette & 1 sports bralette) - I was just as supported as my good workout bra - for a whole $8!

Here is what I have learned.

TYPES - There are now MANY types of bras under this one heading. I have both the CAMISOLE type and the SPORTS BRALETTE type (both have spaghetti straps are not adjustable). I would NOT call them sports bras, but rather "bralettes" or shelf bras. They feel like cotton and have non-adjustable straps (but the non-adjustability does not seem to be an issue for most people). I bought both in the white, black, grey sets. The sports bralette type has ruching, that doesn't look all that great and doesn't really add to the bra. But the straps of the sports bralette are really cute. The sports bralette comes with ONE set of padded inserts that can be moved from one sports bralette to the other. Because I always wear a shirt when working out, these inserts are unnecessary, so I am not using them. The set of inserts comes with the sports bralette, but NOT with the camisole type. To confirm you are buying the correct type, make sure you click on the color options and look at the accompanying photos, because the DESCRIPTION DOES NOT CHANGE!

SIZING - I am a 34D(or DD) or a 36C/D. And with these bralettes I wear a 38. It feels snug and appropriately supported. For the bralettes I bought, the camisole type actually fits a bit more snug and the sports bralette type fits a bit looser.

Given my sizing and what I have read from the other reviews, here is how I would guess the sizing works:
A cup - go actual size.
B cup - Sports Bralette go actual size, Camisole go up 1 size.
C cup - go up 1 size.
D cup - go up 1 size for Sports Bralette and 2 sizes for Camisole.
DD and bigger - go up 2 sizes. But if you are well endowed with a small rib cage (e.g., 32 DD or bigger) then this bra may not work for you, because if you go up more than 2 sizes, the band at the bottom may be too big. (But again, for me with a 34D(or DD) or a 36C/D - a 38 is perfect.)

Whew - get all that? :) Again, this is all only a guess - but hopefully my guessing helps a little. Basically the bigger your cup size, the more sizes up you need to go.

(UPDATE: It is now May 2020, we are 2 months into the COVID 19 Pandemic and are "sheltering in place". Consequently it is now 2 months since I have worn an underwire bra! Even though my size 38s are still great and still work after 3 years of use, they are now a bit tighter, so I use them when I want more support/working out. But I wanted something a little less tight for "sheltering in place", so I bought a size 40 of the "sports bralette" with the ruching. I am essentially living in them - both for sleep and working around the house all day. But the reason for writing this update (beside the fact that these are truly good enough to live in) is that the sports bralettes I just purchased no longer have the separate pad to insert into the bralette for 'modesty'. So if you order the sports bralette it is unlikely that you will receive a removable pad.)

HOW I WEAR THEM - I use the camisole type when I have a low cut shirt and too much cleavage is a bit inappropriate. Sometimes I wear it alone, or sometimes I wear my bra under it. I also use it alone for low impact sports (I just wore is skiing and it was perfect.) Or for my high impact workouts I use the sports bralette type and the camisole type together - in the same color, and all the straps look pretty cute! Also, because the straps are all in different places, it doesn't hurt my neck/top of my shoulders like some of my "real" sports bra do - the pressure/weight is spread out if you use the 2 different bra types together. (I have included 3 pictures of my back: a) camisole; b) sports bralette and c) both together.)

WASHING: make sure to hang dry these bras - but other than that I have had no issue with either the quality or the washing of these bras. The directions say to hand wash and hang dry, but machine washing and hang drying seem to be fine. (On the other hand, if they are too big when you buy them, stick them in the dryer, because they will shrink a bit!)

IN SUM - at $4-5 a bra it is an amazing price point. And for $8-10 to double them up and use them for workouts is awesome! And they are much cuter than my ugly old workout bras. I hope this is helpful to you!

2018 UPDATE: I have now been using the same bralettes (2 packs of 3) for more than a year. They have gotten a hint smaller over time (even though I always hang them dry). But they still fit, they still have great elastic, they are still soft and they still look just as good as the day I bought them. These have been a GREAT purchase!
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5.0 out of 5 stars comfortable and supportive
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 February 2021
Size: 40Colour: Navy Heather/White/GreyVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Camisole Spaghetti Strapped Bras
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 November 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect!!!
Reviewed in Canada on 3 March 2020
Size: 32Colour: Heather Grey/White/Heather BlueVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for sensitive skin, pure cotton, no elastic on skin!
Reviewed in Canada on 18 April 2019
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