If you ask any woman what the first thing she does after she comes home from a long day at work is, I¡¯d be willing to bet that the answer involves taking off her bra. A brassiere, as we all well know, is rarely the most comfortable part of your wardrobe, and yet it¡¯s an item most wouldn¡¯t leave the house without.
However, a luxury lingerie company named Lunya suggests that wearing a ¡°sleep bralette¡± may be even better than throwing on that nightgown without anything beneath it.
While it is called a Siro Sleep Bralette, Ashley Merrill, the founder of Lunya, says that a ¡°house bralette¡± may be a better name for the item.
Merrill told the New York Post, ¡°We talk about the Postmates guy all the time here. What are you gonna wear to greet the Postmates guy?¡±
Which is an excellent point if you¡¯re a person who has breasts and you are on the more modest side. Walking around your home without a bra on is more comfortable, but it¡¯s a tad awkward if you have roommates or are expecting a package from UPS that needs your signature.
As a person who, at one point in my life, ordered most of my meals through delivery, I can tell you that I don¡¯t care if a Postmates driver knows I have breasts. Are they not of woman? Have they not seen a female body before??I am woman, hear me roar.?
Merrill¡¯s Siro bra is one of the site¡¯s top sellers. The product was introduced in 2015 after costumers kept requesting a ¡°sleep bra¡± to provide extra coverage and support.
The Siro is much more comfortable than your everyday bra; the supersoft fabric is modal, made from beech trees, which promises a snugger fit. And you aren¡¯t trying to seduce the sandman, so you shan¡¯t be needing any underwire.
If you¡¯re wondering if sleeping in a bra will prevent sagging, the answer is no. Bras are intended to fight gravity, and with you already lying down in bed, there¡¯s not much to resist. In fact, if you find your breasts are sagging, it¡¯s due to the aging process ¡ª just getting a little closer to Mother Nature.