What would you say the shelf-life is for a bra from say, Lane Bryant? How often should one replace their bras? Is there anything you can do to extend the life of a bra, other than washing it in an undergarment bag and air drying it?
Usually, I keep mine for 1-2 years, but I'm noticing that mine are beginning to wear down after six months. I know I need to get a separate one for the gym, too, but I'm just wondering how long you ladies keep yours before tossing them or doing something constructive with the remains.
Oh, and I don't know if it's been posted yet, but Coldstone Creamery is giving away 3 oz. samples of their Make A Wish concoctions. This will happen on September 25th, from 5-8 pm. This was snagged from their official website:
"Celebrate the 7th Annual World's Largest Ice Cream Social and Support the Make-A-Wish Foundation® with Cold Stone Creamery
Throughout the month of September, Cold Stone Creamery will be selling Make-A-Wish wall stars to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation, an organization that grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions. Be sure to visit your local Cold Stone Creamery to try two new flavors, Nutter Butter® and Marshmallow, and the very special “Make-A-Wish Creations” inspired by Jack and Emily, two Wish Children.
- Jack's Creation - Marshmallow ice cream with OREO® Cookies, Chocolate Chips and Fudge
- Emily's Creation - Nutter Butter® ice cream with White Chocolate Chips, Kit Kat® and Yellow Cake
To cap off this special month, don't miss the 7th Annual World’s Largest Ice Cream Social at participating Cold Stone Creamery locations nationwide, a special night to join together and share the simple pleasures of life with a FREE ice cream and family fun. On September 25th from 5:00 - 8:00PM, guests will be treated to a 3 oz. serving of Jack or Emily's Creation. All donations will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation."