How To Store Your Trusst Bra
Trusst bras are made with molded cups which means that they don’t lay flat, making it even more important to store them efficiently. Maybe that means just switching drawers to something deeper, hanging your bras, or keeping them in a nice box to store in your closet. Storing them so that you can get to them easily and keep them in great shape will make your morning routine less stressful.
Keeping your bras in a drawer laying flat will keep them in great shape for a lot longer. You probably already have a drawer dedicated to your bras and panties, but is it super important to make sure that these are organized in the drawer so that they don’t get flattened or misshapen. The better you take care of your bras, the better they will take care of you. Note: You may want to consider buying a bra divider for your drawer to make sure that all of your bras have enough space.
Okay, this may be a controversial option, much like hanging jeans, but we think it’s worth noting. You may want to consider hanging your bras (depending on the shape) because it will take up less drawer space, there is a lot more room for your bras to “breathe”, and it gives you the chance to actually see all of your bras without having to dig for them in a drawer. This is especially helpful when you have different styles like a classic t-shirt bra or a more stylish front closure option.
You may also want to think about getting a nice storage box for your bras that you can keep in your closet, under your bed, or even in a cedar chest at the end of your bed. No matter where you keep it, getting a nice velvet-lined box from say TJ Maxx or Marshalls is a great option to consider. It means that you can get one with plenty of room to fit all of your bras - and then some - you want to make sure you can add more to your collection with ease. Plus, you can get something that matches your space - which is always a bonus.
However you choose to store your bras, just make sure you are gentle with them and take care of them. The better care you take of them - like anything else - the longer you will be able to keep them. How do you store yours? Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments below!