Square Neck Bralette Top in Maya Nude
This bralette is designed with versatility and comfort in mind. Wear as an undergarment or crop top - the longline silhouette with wide band construction offers support without restriction. Sustainably made from super-soft Tencel™ Lyocell and made locally in Los Angeles. The pullover style bralette features a double layer design with wireless support. Pairs with our matching Mid Rise and High Rise Briefs.
Made in Los Angeles, California
90% Tencel™ Lyocell, 10% Spandex
Machine wash cold with like colors. Hang or lay flat to dry.
Sizes S-3X. Each size comes in two fit options, A-C Cup and D-DDD Cup. Check out our size chart to find your perfect fit.
Model is wearing an M A-C Cup Bralette
If you are between sizes, we recommend sizing up for this style.
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Very comfortable for daily wear. Would love to have multiples for every day.
Type of bra sizing
It is amazing! I am small in size but big chested and this was the FIRST bra I've ever gotten that looked nice, was comfy, and actually fit my breasts properly. You guy's are doing something great. I have a friend who would actually benefit from even bigger cup size options so if that's in the making that would be crazy awesome.
Comfortable with *Almost* Great Support
I’ll open by saying I usually wear a 40DDD/F (ordered a 2X D-DDD) so finding a supportive bra without underwire or adjustable straps is an ongoing battle; however, this bralette—with the price, customer service, and sustainable footprint in mind—comes very, very close to hitting the mark. It is undoubtedly comfortable. I like Tencel Lyocell and have bought a few other underitems that use it in their fabric blends. It’s soft, flexible, and slightly sweat-wicking so combined with spandex, you know comfort is a given; but the straps and wide band also attribute to this. The straps measure a little less than an inch in width by my count: thick enough not to dig too much into your skin when you first put the bralette on but enough to see an indent and want to circle your shoulders at the end of the day. I would prefer thicker straps, about 1.25”-1.75”, for my size in this bralette. I love, love, love the band on this, though. The way the front darts swoop in at the sides and meet with the wide band kind of “tuck” and sculpt your chest. I don’t know too much about the ergonomics of bra development, but I imagine a good amount of the bralette’s structure comes from that. Still, after a few days of wearing the bralette, I decided to shorten the straps by 2” with some amateur sewing; it’s an easy diy, but it takes away some that slack thus giving me the extra support that I was missing. Overall design and fit of the Square Neck Bralette is an 8.5/10 from me. ( Side Note: If you have a larger chest and are debating buying either the square neck or the everyday bralette, I would recommend the square. I ordered both in the beginning to compare. The everyday bralette gave me virtually zero lift or support; the band rolled up quite easily; and the coverage was minimal. ) Onto the how the piece actually wears! When you first slip the bralette on, there’s the initial shock of: “Wow! All this and no underwire!” For me, that euphoria lasted approximately an hour before the crash. First, the bralette as a shirt. After extended periods of wear, I found my chest shifting and wanting to slip *under* the band. I would readjust and go on about my day but would have to repeat the pattern every 1.5 hours or so. Because the bralette is so flexible there’s nothing really holding you in place. The bralette offers the chest only a gentle suggestion a shape that I found you have to maintain yourself. Second, as an undergarment. I found myself readjusting less when the bralette was worn as an actual undergarment for obvious psychological reasons. This time, I was less concerned about how the bralette looked and more interested in how it felt. I do not live a super intense or active life, but I do stretch and move around throughout the day. The bralette still shifted, but the shifts did not make me feel lopsided or unsupported. I also noticed a tendency of the sides to slide up into my armpit, which isn’t an *unpleasant* feeling, but I—like most people—prefer not my get my deodorant all over my clothing. Overall wearability of the Square Neck Bralette is a 7/10 from me. As a final note before I wrap up: during my purchasing process, I initiated an exchange, and the customer service team was so speedy and helpful that I had to mention it here. Shipped off my item and received my new one in less than two weeks! All-in-all, the Square Neck Bralette is a good prototype for a sustainable, supportive undergarment. Though its quirks bar it from being a go-to, I’m glad to have it in my rotation.
I especially love wearing this bra to Tai Chi class. Movement felt unobstructed and delightful. Highly recommend for movement classes such as Tai Chi and yoga