Lululemon has opened two show rooms in Berlin, and we happened to be in the area before flying out to Greece, so I popped in. I wasn't going to get anything, because besides having enough, I also am a bargain shopper and I knew I'd be able to get the clothing at a better price back home in the US. However, there was a relatively large sale rack, and I found the Free To Be bra for 29 euro (still less than it is on the US website).
Lululemon Free to Be Bra: Design
What drew me to the bra was its strappy design in the back. It's just different than any other sports bra I own. I also love the bright pink color. The material is soft, almost like a bathing suit material, and it's lined with mesh. It also came with removable cups which I prefer to wear, as they offer a little more coverage. The front is cut a bit lower, so it might not work for larger chests.
Lululemon Free To Be Bra: Fit
As previously noted, I have always had problems with Lululemon's bra sizing. I found the cups too small and the band too tight, or vice versa. This bra's band, however, has more of a give, so both the cups and band fit. It's definitely not for running or high impact activities because this bra provides light support. But for something like yoga, if you're smaller chested, I think it would work.
Lululemon Free To Be Bra: In Class
The last thing you want in class is to be constantly adjusting or thinking about what you're wearing, and to be honest, I completely forgot I was wearing the bra, so I think that's a plus. It was comfortable and smooth against my skin.
Good buy (especially since I got it on sale)! Best for low impact sports and small chests.
Do you have any sports bras for yoga that you are loving? What brands do you like?