Unfortunately for reader (thank God someone's responding to my posts!) Metal Was Never Cuter, the Butterfly did not suit her needs.
To read her response to the bra under my original post about Jill's endeavor into fashion, click here or simply read below:
Again, this was a great hope then a crushing plummet into disappointment.
Apparently, to get a bra that is comfortable or even to fit, I must be passing the morbid obesity mark. I am 5' 4" and 200 pounds; I am a little soft around the middle but there is nothing "fat", "padded", "hefty", or "plus size" about me except my CHEST. When I was 140 pounds I sported a 36 FF chest, 30 inch waist and 42 inch hips.
Unfortunately, Ashley Stewart and Ms Scott feel that I am not entitled to buying their line of clothing. It seems that they feel only plus sized women require bras that are a joy to wear.
Warning large chested women of the world: Don't get your hopes up. No one cares about our comfort yet.
I am really happy to present to you a review that is honest without being mean; Metal Was Never Cuter provides us with a real insider's perspective on the Butterfly bra, even if it wasn't right for her.
I really appreciate your honesty, Metal Was Never Cuter! Thank you for reading and responding on Oh Hell Yes! And thanks so much for giving everyone a heads-up about how the bra effects people of all sizes.
For more info from Jill herself about the bra line at Ashley Stewart, watch this video: