Kohl’s Offers Women the Chance to Get a Free Bra Fitting

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The ‘Bra Fit Event” is going on now at Kohl’s. Take the chance to get fitted for a bra at your local Kohl’s this month.

During  May (from  May 11- 25, 2017) Kohl’s is offering women the chance to stop by their stores for a free bra fitting. Professionals from either Hanes (Bali bras & others) and Vanity Fair will be on-site to measure you and tell your what your perfect bra size is.  I stopped by and did the fitting last week after work, and I was so glad I did! Like 80% of women, I have been wearing the wrong bra size.   The means my tops and dresses have not been draping properly on me and my bra is likely not offering me enough lift.  Tragedy. 🙂 

Bra sizes fluctuate with weight, age and of course having a baby.  So take advantage of this event at Kohl’s to find out what your true bra size is.  Check the bra fitting page on the Kohl’s website, then select your state to see a list of the locations near you and the dates you can visit that store for a FREE  FITTING!  If your bra cups wrinkle, or the bra doesn’t lay flat against your breast bone you’re likely wearing the wrong size.   If you can’t get to a store because of your hectic schedule, you can read the directions online and measure yourself, then order the right bra online for your size.

There are multiple events at Kohl’s stores  this month.  Some events are sponsored by Vanity Fair or Lily of France lingerie and some of the events feature Bali, Playtex, Maidenform personnel doing the fittings.

Remember, one of the teachings in Tim Gunn’s Fashion Bible book was that women need  proper bra fitting and the right lingerie for their clothes to drape properly.  The right foundation gives you a better silhouette and makes you look thinner, so do take the time to get your perfect bra size.


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