I wasn’t lying in my bio when I said I am a ‘habitual Freya collector’. After a big clearout of old and ill-fitting bras to send off to charity in aid of the Breast Talk campaign or the Bra Chain World Record attempt, I’ve noticed that most of my ‘keeper’ bras are Freyas, not only because they are bloomin’ lovely but also because they last and last.
Here is the entirety of my Freya collection (est 2007!)
The Freya ‘Loretta’ – the prettiest print ever? Check out my full review on my blog Invest in Your Chest.
The Freya ‘Jessica’ in red – I used to have this bra in black too but it seems to have gone walkabouts…
The Freya ‘Greta’ – they seem to have mis-spelled ‘Great’ as this one is so pretty and comfortable! Mentioned in my ‘Freya Outlet Favourites’ review on Invest In Your Chest.
The Freya ‘Nadia’ – partially padded with a sheer panel with pretty contrasting embroidery, this one is great for a slight but subtle cleavage. For a full review check out my own on Invest In Your Chest.
The Freya ‘Sophia’ – one of my favourites from the Spring/Summer 2011 collection, take a look at my blog for a full review.
The Freya ‘Jolie’ in amethyst – my go-to Tshirt bra – one of the most comfortable bras in my underwear drawer! For a full review, check out my own on Invest in Your Chest.
The Freya ‘Deco’ in pomegranate – a true Freya classic – one of the best plunge push up bras on the market. Reviews of these are all over the internet, I’ve done one on my blog.
The Freya Active – I have the underwired version of this bra and the girls aren’t going anywhere in this beauty!
The Freya ‘Arabella’ in cassis – I have this bra in the classic black with pink detailing but my first Arabella was the ‘oyster’ colour-way but I’ve long-since outgrown it. Such a sexy sheer cup style which is the perfect combination of sex appeal and comfort factor. A must have for any Freya collection. Mentioned in my ‘Freya Outlet Favourites’ review on Invest In Your Chest. It also has it’s own review.
The Freya ‘Zara’ – this bra has been my ‘under summer dresses’ bra of the season. See my blog for a review.
The Freya Katie – A fuller cup balconette style from Freya which keeps getting reinvented in different colours and fabrics and it’s not hard to see why. So supportive yet pretty – never mutually exclusive.
The Freya Charlotte Cornflower – SUCH a pretty print and to-die-for colour – this full cup style remains one of my all-time favourites.Mentioned in my ‘Freya Outlet Favourites’ review on Invest In Your Chest.
Do you have a Freya favourite which has lasted you years? Or a new bra set you simply couldn’t live without? All I know is that my underwear drawer is bursting at the seams with them