$34.95 - $59.00(some colors on sale)
Grenier Easy Fit Underwire Molded Bra
The Grenier Easy Fit Underwire Molded Bra 8495 has seamless, molded, underwire cups that stretch for an adaptable fit and shape to the breasts.
Grenier's Easy Fit Underwire Molded Bra is a lightweight, full-figure, easy-fit bra that's made of semi-sheer floral jacquard lace that lies flat under clothes. Satin trim on top of the cups.
Featured Review: Size : 36D
Most comfortable bra I've ever had. The service was also exceptional.
Judith from MI
Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8") Age: 50s
Posted: January 06, 2015
Grenier Easy Fit No Wire Bra
The Grenier Easy Fit No Wire Bra 8564 features molded, wireless cups with support slings along the bottom and side of the cups for youthful uplift that looks natural. Smooth floral-print jacquard lace fabric makes a feminine statement. Wireless bra is built on a base with an elastic underband for superior support. Grenier's Easy Fit No Wire Bra has molded, wireless cups that have support slings along bottom and side of cups.
Featured Review: Size : 32D
Love my bras please never stop carrying them.
Janet from Auburn, CA USA
Height: Petite (5'3" and under) Age: 60s
Posted: July 24, 2013
Grenier Lifestyle 3D Underwire Contour Bra
The Grenier Lifestyle 3D Underwire Contour Bra 8493 is made of spacer foam, a superior knit that is breathable, lightweight and accentuates the cleavage without adding any extra volume. Seamless stretch cups are made of floral-print jacquard fabric. Makes the perfect t-shirt bra. Grenier's Lifestyle 3D Underwire Contour Bra has seamless, stretch contour cups that enable modesty while underwires provide support.
Featured Review: Size : 36A
This bra fits well and gives complete side coverage due to wide cups/wire and wide middle insert. My breasts are "splayed" according to the Know Your Breasts Bra Finder, and I have trouble finding bras in an A cup that hold the sides in. These do it. The cup foam is pretty thin, but I don't seem to have any show-through even in air conditioned offices.
The label and the thread used for stitching are very stiff and scratchy. Cut the label off right away, as close to the stitching as possible. If you sew, you could remove it and restitch the back closure. The thread ends can be smoothed using a nail file, but they're very irritating otherwise. I have had to file all of the ones I purchased.
Deb from Union City/CA/USA
Height: Petite (5'3" and under) Age: 50s
Posted: September 28, 2012