The Perfect Fit Of The Jockey Bra #JockeyBra



I received a free Fit Kit and a free Jockey Bra as part of a promotional program with Jockey® and MomSelect. Thoughts are my own.

Last month, I told you about the Bra Fit Kit that I received from Jockey.

The Fit Kit aims to revolutionize the way women measure their band and cup size. If you’re anything like me, you probably sometimes get confused as to what size you’re really supposed to get when shopping for underwear. I think it might be because I’m between sizes (like maybe my cup size is somewhere between B and C). The Jockey Fit Kit measures the cup size by volume so it’s supposed to fit you better.

After I found out my size, I placed an order at Jockey.com for the Double Lined Contour Bra which costs $60. It has Comfort Straps which guarantees that it will stay put, a 3-D Contour (a patented 3-D technology for ultimate comfort and incredible support), and Fabric Lined Soft Cups for a natural shape. It’s available in cups 2-8 and bands 30-42, and in black, white and nude colors.

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As you can see, the bra isn’t foam-padded so I usually just use it at home.

It feels great having it on because it’s so light — which is great especially because it sometimes gets really warm here (especially in our room which faces the sun for most of the afternoon).

The strap has a cute design which adds a certain elegance to it. As they say, a person feels more beautiful when they wear beautiful underwear.

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Finding the bra that perfectly fits me was very challenging for me. But thanks to Jockey, I have found one that’s comfortable and fits me in all the right places. I recommend that you try it out for yourself!

Aside from the Double Lined Contour Bra, Jockey also has the Double Lined Soft Cup Bra which is also fabric lined. They also have foam-padded ones like the Classic Contour Bra, the Tailored Contour Bra, and the Classic Soft Cup Bra.

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BUY IT! This Jockey bra is available for $60 and the Fit Kit is available for $19.95. The Fit Kit comes with $20 off your first bra purchase which basically makes it free.

 

*I received a free product as part of a promotional program with Jockey® and MomSelect. Thoughts are my own.




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The Perfect Fit Of The Jockey Bra #JockeyBra — 19 Comments

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  2. This fit kit looks like a good deal. Finally, someone in the industry has realized that VOLUME is the key here – what took them so long??? This something I’m definately going to check out, the “girls” need all the help they can get!

    • I agree! With the old method of measuring, I had to always get a tape measure to make sure my size didn’t change. I feel like almost every bra I get aren’t really my size.

  3. This looks like a nice bra (I am not so big on lacy stuff!). And I love the fitting idea of volume instead of cup size; seems I can never get a cup to fit correctly.

  4. This looks like a great bra to just lounge around in the house in. I like this one because it is not foam padded – those type of bras can get uncomfortable after a while.

  5. I like the idea of doing the fitting myself – never been quite comfortable having someone else do it. Thanks for sharing your perspective!

  6. This is something I have to check out, I have been on the hunt for a good fitting bra for so long now. Everything is either too padded, or cut wrong. I like Jockey products and I would really like to give this a try-I trust them and your review looks and sounds like it is a great bra. Thanks for the ‘find’.

  7. I think it’s awesome that they’ve come up with a better way to measure for bras. Even if you go in a shop and get fitted what they tell you can vary by whoever measures you. Add to that all the different kinds of bras it can become a headache.
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  8. This is AMAZING that Jockey did this and realized that women need something to help them find their correct size, as well as provide sizes that usually wouldn’t be provided anywhere else. One semi negative thing I have to say is, the kit seems like it would be a little expensive to some people so maybe they should offer a kit without the $20 off and offer the kit either free or at a small fee. Just so women can start wearing the correct sizes.

  9. I have never tried one of their bras but may need to do that. I have so many times I hate putting one on because they are not as comfortable as I would like. $60 sounds like a lot but it is not if you are comfortable wearing it.

  10. I don’t own any Jockey underwear, but if it’s that comfortable then I definitely need to give it a try. Thank you for sharing this review.

  11. I love the Jockey brand. They make good underwear, period. I don’t have any of their fancier bras but I have about 4 or 5 Jockey Sports bras and they are perfect for me when I am working out. Perfect fit. No jiggle or bounce, LOL!! 😉

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