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AbbeyPost
Affordable custom clothing for Plus Size women.
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New bra company solving big problem for small boobs

Pepper makes better fitting bras for small-chested women. We launched on Kickstarter in April 2017 and raised $47,320 to make the project happen.

www.wearpepper.com

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Cosmopolitan
If, like me, you have boobs the size of acorns, then you know a few things to be true. Sure, you can get away with not wearing a bra occasionally, and running is pretty okay (y'know, if you're fit), but there are also some downsides to having small boobs.
Bustle
Pretty much everyone with boobs knows what a pain it can be to shop for bras. And if you fall on either end of the spectrum (small boobs or big boobs), it can be even more difficult to find a bra that fits. I'm sympathetic to anyone who has a hard ti...
Glamour
As someone with a chest size of 34B on a good day, I can tell you, first hand, shopping for bras isn't always easy. Although it sounds relatively simple - less cup size, less problems, right? - and in my experience, there's always plenty of variety (at least in terms of style, design, and colors) for smaller cup sizes.
Mail Online
Pepper, founded by Jaclyn Fu and Lia Winograd, of Denver and New York, offers a new bra design that fits the cup size of small-chested women The bras are made with a mesh overlay that lets the bra fit the breast snugly and will be available in sizes 32AA to 38B The women are debuting their idea on Kickstarter this month, seeking $10,000 to produce the bras, … See more
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Sheertex (YC W18): The World's Toughest Sheers are back in a new slimming control top style and are now available in 4 colors including 3 shades of nude. These are the only pantyhose ever made using the world's strongest polymer, and this is the first time this non-dyeable polymer has ever been made in colors.

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Bespoke clothing made from sending your own image

The Drop can make any suit, jacket, shirt, trousers or waistcoat you want. Choose your style from the gallery and customise to your preference or simply send an image you love the look of and The Drop will make it for you.

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The Telegraph
Jonathan Kruger and Stephen Stroud are on a mission to banish the ill-fitting suit. Their fashion brand, The Drop, creates custom-made jackets, trousers and waistcoats in a range of colours and styles. But customers who plan on popping in to see them for a consultation and to get measured up can't, because they don't have a shop.
UKTN (UK Tech News)
London-based fashion tech startup The Drop has raised £500,000 in Seed funding. The round was led by Sir John Hegarty's The Garage Soho. Co-investors included business Angel Paddy Byng (former SVP of marketing at Ralph Lauren and former CEO of Smythson and Linley). Set up in 2016, The Drop was co-founded by Jonathan Kruger, a ...
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Pepper is the first body positive bra company that wants to empower small-chested women to celebrate their body as it is. The new Limitless Wirefree Bra was designed specially to fit and flatter AA, A and B cups. No more gaps, heavy push up padding, or feeling like you're not enough.

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HYPEBAE
Body positivity has been trending in the past year in large proportions with Jordyn Woods launching a fitness line and pregnant models appearing at the last New York Fashion Week. Now, entering the conversation is an emerging bra brand founded by two women, Jaclyn Fu and Lia Winograd, for those with smaller cup sizes: Pepper.
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D2C bras with hassle-free, at-home try-ons

Bra shopping without the BS. Harper Wilde, an online bra startup founded in 2017, offers three lines of bras in dozens of sizes via an at-home try-on service à la Warby Parker, with free shipping and returns.

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Fast Company
I have a confession to make. I have converted one of my dresser drawers into a bra graveyard. Over the years, like most women, my bra size has changed. Pregnancy and breastfeeding, in particular, can utterly transform your body in a short amount of time.
Forbes
Harper Wilde, the online bra startup founded in 2017, has just received $2 million in seed funding. The LA-based company aims to "take the B.S out of bra shopping" through its home try-on service à la Warby Parker, free shipping and returns.
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