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This one is even better. Full disclosure: I'm not particularly well-endowed, so heavy duty support isn't a priority. I frequently purchase cheapo bras and do just fine with it.
But this is a step up from my typical $15 model. The bra I chose was the small adjustable handful bra in purple, naturally. I learned via Twitter that the company fondly refers to this color as "Purple Mountains Majesty." So clever. This particular model is $44, which is quite a bit more than I would normally spend on a bra. The original bra is $42 and the tank is $48.
The bra arrives in a mesh bag, which the instructions recommend that you wash it in. Smart. It has removable pads and the lining is interesting in that it's kind of like a tech shirt. It's soft and breathable, which will be nice during the summer. I found it to be quite supportive as well as flattering, which is a tough combo to find. I've been wearing it to bum around the house and to work out in, so I know it's versatile, too.
Disclosure: I got my bra free from a contest, but no one asked me to review it. Just thought you'd enjoy a product I'm really fond of. And I guess I really want to take more Sports Bra Challenge-inspired selfies.