At Oiselle, our vision is to help all women feel strong and free through the joy of running. Our mission is to design great product, build the sisterhood, and improve the sport. May we all experience the transformative power of sports and community.
The Queen Bra has a deceptively simple design aesthetically – but still includes all of the internal construction that makes it a highly supportive, structured bra. It includes molded cups with perforation for heat release, our unique padded and stable shoulder straps, adjustability in both the chest band and the straps, as well as an extra plush and ribbed chest elastic that forms the foundation of the style. Its body fabric is Power Plya™ Compression which is smooth, durable, and includes a high Spandex® content for stretch and recovery. Learn more about the Queen Bra on the blog.
I was in the middle of the floor segment of an Orangetheory workout today when the strap of the bra came off the hook. I've done over 800 Orangetheory workouts and this has never happened. I went to the restroom to reattach the strap. When I was walking down the hall back to the studio, I felt the strap come off again! I debated just going home, but I really wanted to finish the workout if I could, so I went back to reattach the strap-again! Needless to say, I am not happy with the performance of this sports bra.
I’m not sure really what I should rate this. My bra size changed postpartum, and according to my new measurements, I’m a 38DD. This seemed crazy to me since I used to be a C and my boobs do not look like DD’s to me, but I measured multiple times and that’s what I ended up with. I haven’t bought many bras postpartum though, and just assumed it must be correct. I even talked to Oiselle support to make sure I was getting the right size. As I suspected, the 38DD was way too roomy in the cups! I have lost a lot of breast volume from breastfeeding, so maybe that’s a contributor, but either way, this one is going back. It seems like a great bra though, if the fit was right!
Definitely buy a size up if you don't need everything to be absolutely locked down. Also, how the heck am I supposed to get it on without assistance? Overall, though, a solidly good bra.
I love this bra. I am pregnant and my cup size nearly tripled, so I went from next-to-nothing to a D cup over the course of a few months. Out of the 7 bras I panic-bought because my biggest bra just wasn't cutting it anymore, this is The One That Worked. It's sturdy, it's got nice shape, it's comfortable, and if you're using it for sport, your girls are not going anywhere. My main challenge with this bra was figuring out how to put it on with the four clasps. I'm still working on it... but love this bra!