Bleuet Girl Bras: Buttery-Soft, Size-Inclusive, Sustainably-Produced Bras for Tween Girls by 30Seconds Mom
Meet Bleuet Girl, a company that was founded by a mother-father duo struggling to find comfortable, age-appropriate bras for their young daughter beginning puberty. Every brand she tried was too itchy, scratchy, thin or uncomfortable – so they decided to make one themselves.
Today, the company produces more than 10 different styles of bras and undergarments for young girls, and partners with girl entrepreneurs running non-profits or leading social initiatives across the country. Giving girls comfort and confidence through their apparel, empowering girl entrepreneurs and giving back to those in need are the core of Bleuet’s mission.
Not only are their bras buttery soft and size-inclusive, but they are also created sustainably and ethically. All of their scraps get turned into hair scrunchies, and they only work with manufacturers who offer fair and sustainable wages, reasonable hours and a safe working environment.
By buying Bleuet, you're giving your child a bra that will keep her secure and last for years. Ditch those scratchy, sweat-absorbing bras from your local department store and buy quality and comfort with Bleuet.
Don’t love your purchase? No problem. The company donates all its lightly used, inspected returns to girls in foster care. When you buy Bleuet, not only are you getting a quality product for your child, but you are directly supporting small businesses, girls in need and contributing to sustainability practices.
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Through the month of February, you can join Bleuet in supporting teen entrepreneur Reilly Cate Ferguson, of The Trium Tribe, with giving care baskets to children with Down syndrome having open heart surgery. Bleuet will be donating 15 percent of sales from the Aster Organic Racerback Bra in Chili/Sleet toward Reilly and her cause.
Her care baskets are called "Mighty Micah Heart Warrior Baskets," in honor of a brave 1-year old girl with Down syndrome who conquered open heart surgery. Each basket is filled with goodies and useful items for an extended hospital stay. For more information or to request a basket, visit @thetriumtribe on Instagram.
This post is sponsored by Bleuet. Photos courtesy of Bleuet.
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