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Girlfriend Collective Paloma Sports Bra - Sedona
Paloma Sports Bra - Sedona
Paloma Sports Bra - Sedona

Paloma Sports Bra - Sedona

Regular price
$42.00
Sale price
$42.00

Girlfriend Collective

You need this. Girlfriend's most supportive bra that’s both full-coverage and flattering, Paloma has a scoop neck, racerback, and support band that’ll never let you down. Made for medium-impact workouts, doubles as your new favorite top.

  • Made from 79% recycled plastic bottles (RPET) and 21% spandex
  • Designed for medium-impact workouts
  • Racerback
  • Scoop neck
  • Built-in support band
  • Full coverage
  • Soft yet sturdy construction with four-way stretch
  • UPF 45+ rating for protection against harmful ultraviolet rays

 

Fit: Fits True to Size - We recommend using a tape measure to find your perfect fit. Measure at the fullest part of your bust wearing a non-padded and non-compressive bra (or no bra!). Measuring tape should be relaxed on your bust. If you're in between sizes, we suggest sizing down for a more compressive fit, or sizing up for a more relaxed fit.

Size Bust 
XXS 30-31"
XS 32-33"
S 34-35"
M 36-37"
L 38-40"
XL 41-43"
XXL 44-46"
XXXL 47-50"

 

Care Instructions: To take care of it, machine wash cold with like colors and dry flat.

 

When Girlfriend Collective started their first goal was to be as transparent as possible. So many companies tout transparency but only offer flashy headlines instead of substance. GC chose every part of the process, from their raw materials to their facilities to their partners, with care.

They also discovered quickly that high end fit and feel is not a matter of cost, it’s a matter of time. They take the time to make sure every single one of their designs is so beautiful that you won’t cycle through it the next time you look through your closet.

Beyond that, Girlfriend Collective wanted to find a community of people who cared about where their clothes come from as much as how they look.