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Is it time to clear some space in your drawer for a couple new lingerie? If you’ve been
hanging onto some of your lingerie for more than a couple years, or have just a few
favorites in your rotation, the answer is likely yes: it’s time to go shopping.

As a general rule of thumb, most experts recommend that your lingerie be replaced
every 6-12 months.

Why? While there are a number of variables, the main reasons come down to a loss in
shape or comfort, general wear, and health concerns. Let’s take a deeper look.

How do I know it’s time to replace my lingerie?

If you’ve landed on this post, chances are you innately know that some of your bras
need to be replaced. There are a number of signs that those bras you’re holding onto
for nostalgia have run their course.

The straps or band are loose. Your seamless bra band should fit comfortably, but not
be restricting. If the straps that once fit you snuggly are now sliding around or falling
off your shoulders, it means the bra is no longer functioning as it should. Over time,
straps and bands will lose their elasticity, meaning most adjustments you make won’t
be able to help long-term.

They no longer provide proper support. The intention of a bra is to provide comfort and
support, and so if your lingerie is no longer doing that job it’s time to make a change.
It’s also important to question if your bra was ever providing you proper support!
Oftentimes we’re wearing the wrong size bra without even realizing it. A good fit
means not having a ton of space between your breasts and the cups, and at the same
time not overflowing out of the cups. Here’s a general guide for determining your bra
size, though it’s always important to look at the size guide for each individual bra you
choose to buy.

The fabric is breaking down. Whether the fabric is frayed or the elastic is beginning to
poke out, these signs of wear mean it might be time to look into replacements.

The fabric is breaking down. Whether the fabric is frayed or the elastic is beginning to
poke out, these signs of wear mean it might be time to look into replacements.

They aren’t comfortable. Why are you settling for a bra that isn’t comfortable?! You
deserve so much better. We believe that you need to suffer in your lingerie; in fact our
goal is to turn wearing a bra into a blissful experience.

How can I make my seamless lingerie last longer?

Having 5-6 bras to rotate through so that you aren’t wearing the same one every day.
We know it’s easy to gravitate towards your favorite lingerie, but the more often you
wear a lingerie, the quicker it will show signs of wear.

In general though, every 2-3 wears is a good rule of thumb. How often will depend on
multiple variables including the temperature and conditions of where you live, what
your daily activity level looks like, your schedule and how much you sweat.

Taking proper care when washing your bras. We recommend washing Seamless
Lingerie bras in cold water as hot water breaks down the elastic and shortens the bra’s
lifespan. We also recommend hand washing if possible. If you’re unable to hand-wash,
use a very gentle machine wash setting, mild soap, and make use of lingerie bags.
Hang them to dry

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