Crème Bralée: How to Recycle A Bra

With Earth Day approaching on Tuesday, April 22nd, Crème Bralée, a fashion-forward line of bras and panties for full-busted and full-figured women, shares a few resources that help the environment. One of which helps get rid of bras that are worn out, no longer used and are just taking up space in your lingerie drawers.

Crème Bralée How to Recycle A Bra

Did you know that bras can be recycled? You can pass along new items for another person to wear or take unworn or gently worn items to your local thrift store. Some companies also actually break down and recycle the various materials like the metal in the underwire, separately from the fabric used.

Several organizations have programs where you can mail in old bras, such as The Bra Recyclers ( and the Bra Recycling Agency (

Recycling keeps bras out of landfills, while being helpful to other women at the same time – giving a woman a new or nearly new bra to wear, employing women to take used bras apart in a recycling program, or through proceeds donated to breast cancer research.

This Spring join in and do your part by Bra Recycling! And then you can treat yourself to something new like these Crème Bralée sets.

Crème Bralée Bra and Panty Sets

About Crème Bralée Lingerie and Q-T Intimates

The Crème Bralée Lingerie collection is designed and manufactured by Q-T Intimates. Since 1945, Q-T has been specializing in all categories of intimates; from basics and fashion sets, to bridal, nursing, sleepwear, dancewear, and shapewear. Q-T Intimates is also the licensee for La Leche League International Intimates (LLLI), under which they design and manufacture a fabulous line of nursing intimate apparel, perfect for the fashion conscious, breastfeeding mother.

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