Sunday, 30 September 2012

My Blog's First Birthday Giveaway - Forever Yours Lingerie

Forever Yours Lingerie is a Canadian company that specialises in personal bra fittings (in cups B-K) and fine lingerie for women of all sizes.


Image courtesy of Forever Yours Lingerie


Not only selling bras and matching bottoms, they also stock a wide range of other items.  These include shapewear, swimwear, sleepwear, Halloween costumes, bra accessories, hosiery, bedroom favourites (sounds intriguing!) and washing products.

Passionate about providing their customers with a proper fit, I love these before and after photos on their site:


Image courtesy of Forever Yours Lingerie

Image courtesy of Forever Yours Lingerie

Forever Yours Lingerie have very generously offered a $100 CAN gift package to the winner of this prize draw as part of My Blog's First Birthday Giveaway.  The only stipulation is that you must reside in Canada or the USA.

To enter, you just need to complete the tasks in the Rafflecopter below.

Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

24 comments:

  1. I first started to learn about properly fitting bras around the beginning of this year... I was frustrated of feeling so self conscious because of how I felt and looked in my horribly fitting bras, which made me think it was my body's fault. So I started researching online and that's how I found all of these amazing bra blogs, like yours, that taught me so much about how a properly fitting bra should be! I am so grateful. :)

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  2. My first experience learning about bra size was when I went to VS on my 18th birthday to be sized. I went in a 34B that I knew was far too small, and thinking I'd come out a 34C. Well, I came out a 32DD. And many people thought I didn't look like a DD because I am slim, though very chesty. So I researched thin and curvy women and came across Brittany Jenck's blog www,Thinandcurvy.com. I was a little taken aback...but I had to believe that I really WAS a 26HH, it explained so much and I had so much trouble finding clothes. Brittany was a 26HH as well at the time, though I think she's more in the J family now, and she looked SO simliar to me. I really had hope I could find/look good in clothes from then on. Then came Georgina and her blog www.fullerfigurefullerbust.com and all the body acceptance and useful information there was so amazing and eye-opening. Both women are such lovely people I don't know where I'd be without them!

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  3. My second cousin's friend noticed that I was spilling out of my bras, and offered to take me to get properly fitted at the nearest specialty shop. Some months later, once we were pretty sure I was done growing, we went to Peaches Lingerie in Penticton and I was informed that I ought to be wearing a 38G. At the time I'd been wearing 42/44DD bras from Wal-mart!

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  4. It doesn't appear that Forever Yours allows for online shopping. Am I correct in concluding that the winner of the $100 CAN voucher will have to redeem it in store?

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    1. Hi Skye. The prize is a gift package which will be compiled by Forever Yours Lingerie :-)

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  5. I would love this http://foreveryourslingerie.ca/products-page/bridal-undergarments/elomi-smoothing-bustier/

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  6. I learned about good fit when I was about 25 , thats about when Lane Bryant first came out with their Balconette bra and it changed my life ! The Straps don't dig , the cups covered and no back fat ..I was measured and fitted to perfection .. and my cup was bigger than I thought!

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  7. When I was 12, I started the school year not needing a bra at all. By the end of it, I was wearing a 32C and my AA cup mother was a little lost. My Aunt Patti took me shopping in Toronto and managed to find me a few things that I was happy with, though the whole experience was completely scarring. I was definitely not expecting some crazy old lady to throw open the curtain before I'd even got my bra on and start poking me to tell me what parts fit and what parts didn't. I did appreciate the lingerie after I'd escaped her clutches (it made horse back riding a lot easier) but once I hit an E cup, the properly-fitting bra was but a legend until I discovered that I could order online and make things affordable. Now it's back, and I love it!

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  8. I first learned about properly fitting bras thanks to our dearest Cheryl Warner IIYC! I guess that's probably the only reason we'll ever have to particularly like her ex boyfriend- if he hadn't introduced us then I'd still be in my poor quality (but surprisingly uplifting, thinking back... feel quite naughty that I keep checking to see if they'll ever work for me again... alas, to no avail) La Senza bras!

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  9. I first learned a couple weeks ago on the internet - then I went to a little boutique in Portland, Oregon, USA, and discovered that rather than the 34DDD I'd been forcing myself into, I'm actually a 36G - it's made all the difference in the world!

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  10. Oh my, I've actually been looking for the Cleo Meg, and there it is! :D

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  11. I've been looking for the Cleo Meg, and there it is! :D

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  12. I would love any of their Cleo bras, the Curvy Kate Entice and the Curvy Kate Tease Me in vibrant Cherry.

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  13. In highschool I went to a local boutique on the advice of my cousin and it was a life changing experience!

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  14. I FIRST learned that there EXISTED different sizes from a small shop in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada ... for $200.
    And then the nursing bra search took me to friend who recommended the expertise and pricing from breakoutbras.com
    I am now an addict. And wish to share the incredible support and confidence that comes with a good bra that fits well!!

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  15. I first learned about proper bra fitting approximately 5 months ago when I started doing more research online about proper bra fitting. Imagine my surprise when instead of the 36C/34D that I thought I was (courtesy of a couple of poor fittings done at Victoria's Secret), I found out that I am a 30G/32FF! And now that my 'armpit fat' is migrating back to where it should be, I'm filling out those cups even more than just a couple of months ago!

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  16. I first learned about proper bra sizing approximately 5 months ago when I started doing more online research after another frustrating fitting at Victoria's Secret (where they shoved me into a 34D/36C). Imagine my surprise when I found out that I am actually a 32FF/30G, and now that my "armpit fat" is migrating back to where it should be, I'm moving closer and closer to a larger cup size!

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  17. I first learned about it sometime earlier this year.

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  18. I had a bit of an idea and had gone for some fittings before, but I REALLY got particular about it when I had my daughter and was looking for a nursing bra because I couldn't handle the softcups and wanted wires so I didn't look so ill-defined. I already knew I was above the sizes most of them went to, but I didn't realize my band was as small as it was! I got really dedicated to it after that.

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  19. I found out about properly fitting bras while trying to find nursing bras and getting frustrated that I couldn't get anything with any support since they are all soft cup. Eventually I found Breakout Bras and read they're how-to-determine-your-size stuff, and as SHOCKED to find out I was not a 36 or 38 band, but a 30! (I even sent a picture to customer service when I was down to a 32, and they sad nope, smaller... I was, as I said, SHOCKED!)And that cups went higher than DD! Who knew?! And the rest, as they say, is history.

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  20. I learned about fitting bras properly thru a blog posts my FB friend shared. That wasn't too long ago.

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  21. Not sure exactly probably not that long ago.

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  22. I first learned about properly fitting bras two years ago when I went to a local boutique for a sports bra, after I had found my correct size I did a google search and found investinyourchest and fullerfigurefullerbust ... and a whole bunch more of resources!

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