I'm a 32DDD—I Rely On These Bras to Pull Together My Looks

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Walk into the Who What Wear office any day of the week, and you'll spot our editors dressed to the nines. Being surrounded by expert shoppers takes a toll on my finances, but my colleagues' recommendations cannot be ignored. In this week's installment of "What will they convince me to buy now?" editor Sierra Mayhew has made a strong case for upgrading my bra collection. As a 32DDD, she knows a thing or two about the perils of an ill-fitting bra, so when she shared her top-five recommendations from Wacoal, I knew I had to take notes. With every supportive feature from back-smoothing details to comfort wires, Wacoal's bras are the key to great style, and Sierra's outfits are proof. Keep scrolling to shop her must-have selects and the outfits they inspire.


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"My search for a good strapless bra has been endless. I bought this sweater and have only worn it twice so far, but the first two bras that I tested it with left me uncomfortable and were either too tight or falling off. My honest take on the Wacoal strapless bra is that it's officially the best I own. I'm already planning to donate my other strapless bras because I simply don't have room for them now that I've found my favorite. It fits perfectly without suffocating my rib cage, and I've never looked perkier in a strapless bra."


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"This is the kind of outfit I'd consider a very important part of my morning routine. If I've just finished at the gym, I would throw this on to grab a coffee or go on a walk with a friend before work. The blazer makes the look polished and professional, but it's insanely comfortable. I've been looking for a more supportive bra, and this Wacoal bra really held me together. Any time I get a new sports bra, I do what I call a jump test. A few jumping jacks later, everything stayed in place, so I officially approve."


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"On most weekdays, I find myself working from home. My go-to wardrobe is centered around easy staples. When I'm putting together one of those casual but elevated outfits, a T-shirt bra is a must. Currently, this one is my go-to because of it's back- and side-smoothing features that make it all the more comfortable. It's a classic example of the fact that fit is everything. Thanks to the online fitting with Wacoal, I found the bra that was perfect for me without having to go to any stores. Frankly, I'm obsessed."


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"After a few years off, I'm ready to reenter my bohemian era with a more elevated take on the aesthetic. The effortless look of a sweater draped over the shoulders will never get old. Plus, a denim maxi skirt is so cool right now. Whenever I find an opportunity wear a bralette that actually supports a D+ cup size, I take it. I'm a huge fan of lace, so this will be my new favorite style to lounge in. At the end of the workday when I'm lounging around the house, it will quickly become my go-to."


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"I'll never get bored of a white button-down shirt and wide-leg jeans. However, since the shirt offers no support, I always have to make sure I'm wearing a high-quality bra before I walk out the door. This problem is absolutely solved by adding this Wacoal bra to my collection. The color that I chose is perfect for my skin tone."

Natalie Gray Herder
Editor, Branded Content

Natalie Gray Herder is an Editor on the branded content team at Who What Wear. Originally from Los Angeles, Natalie decided to make the move to NYC after graduating from Loyola Marymount University in 2019. She is an avid researcher, reader, and explorer in and out of the office. She is inspired by the street style of her fellow New Yorkers and her laid-back roots in California.