I find nothing online about this bra. The label indicates that it is made in Brazil. The only possible indication of size on the label is the letter “P” which could stand for pequeno (small in Portuguese). The cups on … Continue reading →
Rue 21 is a chain of stores catering to the teen and young adult market. Their bras are very inexpensive and if this one is any indication, the quality is not the highest. This bra features molded underwire cups with … Continue reading →
The Playtex “Thank Goodness it Fits” line (now discontinued) offered several styles of bras in smaller cup sizes, including in-between sizes such as nearly A and nearly B. I don’t know when this particular model was sold, perhaps the 1990’s. … Continue reading →
Curvation is a line of lower priced bras for fuller figures from the Vanity Fair company sold mainly at discount stores such as Walmart and online. This style seems to no longer be available. The label is too faded to … Continue reading →
Here is another discontinued style from VS. The molded underwire cups are pretty heavily padded, thicker in the bottom for pushup. It has a front closure and the racerback style back is all lace. Stretch straps adjust in the back.
This vintage longline from Sears is almost identical to the Playtex longline that I posted earlier here. I suspect that this bra was made by Playtex for Sears. The rubberized “spanette” fabric is the same as is used in many … Continue reading →
Dream Products sells apparel and other products mostly online and mail order. This bra is sold as a set of two for a low price. Front closure with five hooks and eyes. The wirefree unlined cups are three-section lace with … Continue reading →
Sears sold Ah’h bras in the 1970’s and possibly into the 80’s, though I have not found any references to this front close model. Satiny underwire cups are seamless and unlined with lace trim along the top edge. Stretch straps … Continue reading →