A Lacey Perspective: The Struggle & GiveawayA Lacey Perspective: The Struggle & GiveawayA Lacey Perspective: The Struggle & GiveawayA Lacey Perspective: The Struggle & GiveawayA Lacey Perspective: The Struggle & Giveaway

Look 1:
Top {old} | Shorts {c/o Blank Denim} | Sandals {JCrew} *on sale!* | Bag {YSL} | Hat {Target} *under $15!* | Sunglasses {Karen Walker} | Lip {NARS Rita} | Bra {c/o Le Mystere}

Look 2:
Dress {old} similarSandals {JCrew} *on sale!* | Sunglasses {Celine c/o SmartBuyGlasses} similar for under $20 | Lipstick {Laura Mercier – Pink Pout} | Bra {c/o Le Mystere}

A Lacey Perspective: The Struggle & Giveaway

The struggle is REAL when it comes to finding a bra. As someone with an extra small back and larger chest the struggle is even more intense. I can’t just walk into a mall and buy a bra.

For the last five plus years I have been LIVING in Le Mystere. They are truly the only bra brand that has the quality, sizing options and doesn’t make me feel like I am wearing my grandma’s bra.

So you know when they asked me to partner up with them I said yes faster then you can pull up your bra strap! They asked me to try the Infinite Possibilities Deep Plunge T-Shirt Bra. The name does not lie. I am wearing it two ways in the pics above but there are so many more! This baby is THE perfect summer bra.

I’m so thrilled to share the opportunity to own FOUR Le Mystere bras (and gorg panties) with one lucky ALP reader!

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This post was sponsored by Le Mystere. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep ALP’s doors open.

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I am in the same boat- finding a good bra is no walk in the park, so this would be an absolutely awesome win! My fingers are crossed!

C’s Collection
http://chelseascollection.com

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Love both looks. So stylish!

Liv

http://www.livforstyle.net

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I love the pink shirt! It is so adorable!

http://www.breakfastatvogueblog.com/

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So fab! And having a small ribcage is a real struggle, since most major brands deny that anything below a 32 band exists, even though there’s no way their models measure anywhere close to that below the bust.

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I do feel your pain. I “sometimes” have the same struggle. My back is a 32 but my cup size is a D. For a low-end price point bra, I go to Victoria Secret but it’s a challenge finding my size. I usually purchase my bras from Saks 5th Ave. They carry a brand, Aubade which is beautiful & worth every cent. Might I add, they have the matching thongs. Your review of Le Mystere has me intrigued.

http://www.stylegonerogue.com

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So, I definitely do not have a big chest. My whole life I’ve been an A cup but after kids, I’m a small B. The problem is, I’m an athletic build and I used to be a 36, after kids and gaining weight, I’m a 38. Try finding a 38A…. They barely exist! And the 38B is more like a 36C which I most def am not! I have one bra that fits good. One! And I don’t have all this extra money for a new bra wardrobe! Ty for the chance at this! It would super help out!

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Ok well I guess you can delete my entries bc they don’t have anything in my small size lol wahh because my struggle is real too!

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I’m a long time blog reader but for some reason can’t follow you via instagram. Connected just fine to Le Mystere though so I get a couple of chances…

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I’m so excited for this giveaway! When will the winner be announced? I’ve been eagerly stalking your blog for updates! Le Mystere is SO generous for doing this.

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The winner has been announced on the widget. :)

xo
L

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