Since losing over 2 stone last year, it seems like I wear sports bras almost as much as ‘regular’ bras. Exercise was definitely the ‘secret’ behind my weight loss (not really anything ground-breaking, I know!), but with working out 3-4 times per week, you come to truly appreciate how essential a decent sports bra is.
Next up in today’s Follow Fridays interview series is the delightful June from Braless in Brasil – one of my go-to blogs for bra problem solving, in-depth information and intellectual opinions on the world of bras – yes, there really is such a thing.
Cornish full bust independents Mish Online have been given an exclusive first access to Panache‘s now award-winning sports bra, in the gorgeous Coppafeel! campaign colour. Coppafeel are the most incredible breast cancer awareness charity, which encourages women of all ages to get breast aware and check their boobs for any possible signs of cancer on Read More
As you can see, whilst so many of you were enjoying a lovely long weekend, us bloggers were working hard to get the latest on Panache’s upcoming Autumn/Winter collections, as well as a sneak peek at their upcoming (secret!) Spring/Summer 13 range.
Summer hasn’t even started and already the brands are getting ready to showcase their upcoming collections for later in the year. Luckily for us, Eveden have a few tricks up their sleeves as they showcased what’s to come later in the year.
Panache’s stand is one of the ones I look forward too seeing the most every season, partially due to their vast array of brands which suit all different occasions, but their Marketing Manager Heather is always so much fun!
Panache’s Press Event was an absolute pleasure to attend. All of their brands were extremely strong for the approaching season and all were outstandingly beautiful, original and luxe. Panache’s strength lies in their directional approach, strong visuals and ‘niche’ collections: Masquerade for luxury, Cleo for fun, Superbra for beautiful everyday and all for fit.
Marketed as ‘Support for every sport’, Panache claim to have created this bra utilising their ‘renowned fit knowledge to create a product that was more advanced than anything else on the market and that reduced confusion created by other sports bras’.
Next up in my (unfortunately somewhat neglected) sports bra review series is the Shock Absorber ‘Run’ bra. As I mentioned in my last Shock Absorber review (the Level 3), SA have a handful of bras which cater to a specific sport. Unfortunately since I’m neither a master criminal, a millionaire or a bra charity I’ve Read More
The Shock Absorber range is available in different levels of support, and just like different levels hold available in hairspray you use them for different things. The Shock Absorber ‘Level 3’ is probably the equivalent of a ‘natural hold’ in the hairspray world: something for use for lower-level impact sports.