Her basic point was to find bras, for a reasonable price, that were made of organic materials by people who were paid a living wage. Hey, me too!
So I went to the links she recommended, and I looked at the photos online. But I wondered, would those work for a post-nursing mother? I mean, the models all look like they don't really NEED a bra anyway. But Julie's a mother, she'll know what I mean, and she's tried them out. I could ask her which style she recommends. So I did.
She agreed with me that the ones from Rawganique were comfortable, but not very supportive. She recommended another site, EcolandInc.com, for underwire bras.
I went to the site, looked at the various models, and ended up ordering two, plus various other undergarments for myself and my husband. The key was to look at the size guide, because their sizes ran smaller than some other companies.
They arrived last week, and I'm very pleased. If you're in the market for organic cotton underwear in a fairly narrow range of sizes, I recommend them to you.
P.S. Warning that the comments on the original Justice Bra posts are occasionally offensive.
P.P.S. Julie is also the editor of the Emerging Women site.
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