Mary Young

Sora Bra in Dusty Rose

$66.00 USD

The Sora Bra is simple, sweet and a no fuss bra for everyday wear. A part of the MY Essentials edit, this bra designed with comfort first featuring cross over cups, wide shoulder straps and a scoop back. This simple pull over style will hug your curves and shape to your natural body with every wear – plus it's a perfect breast feeding bra with the ease of pulling the cups over. Celebrate your natural shape by simply pulling on the Sora Bra and taking on your day.  

Emily is 5'7, a 36D and wears Large.

Ethically made in Montreal, Canada

Product Details
Shipping & Returns
Fabric
95% Rayon of Bamboo, 5% Elastane OEKO-TEX® Certified, which simply means the fabric is harmless to human health.
Care
For a long lasting life hand wash in cold and lay flat to dry. Machine wash cold on gentle cycle and hang to dry.
Fit + Size
Runs true to size.
U.S. Shipping Only. Delivery from 4-10 business days. Shipping is free on orders over $150. This is shipped from Mary Young and not from Girlboss. Returns are accepted (excluding panties) within 10 days of arrival for unworn, unwashed, undamaged products with tags attached given the intimate nature of the products. To begin a return or exchange follow the steps here.

Why We Love it

Is anyone still wearing underwire? We didn’t think so. The cross-over design of this ultra-comfy bralette is unlike any that you currently own. Plus, it can easily be worn solo when you want to show it off.

Meet The Founder

MARY YOUNG

A true pioneer of the body-positive lingerie movement, Mary Young was making women feel comfortable in their own skin back when the Victoria’s Secret show was still getting high ratings. “I designed a five-piece collection of soft lingerie that didn't feature any underwire, pads or shaping aspects as my final thesis collection in fashion school,” she recalls. Six months later, she had her own eponymous brand, rooted in the mission of self-love and acceptance.

All the products are sustainably made in Canada, and Young also operates the Self Love Club, which opens up the conversation around self-love and acceptance through a journal as virtual and IRL events. “The club is not buying a product, the club is you and your attitude,” says Young. “Something as small as getting dressed can be used as an act of self-love. Knowing our customers and community are choosing to celebrate their natural shape and define sexy for themselves is the fuel I use to keep going.”