My Scuba Duba Blue is currently somewhere in the realm of the brown truck kingdom en route to my house – as an Enell Ambassador I was provided one at no charge. I am dying to see its beauty in person and will let you know when delivered – I keep checking my porch. No surprise this cool shade won the voting, reminds me of a certain Ice Princess and well that shade of blue looks great on pretty much everyone in my opinion.
Don’t wait though, the one complaint ENELL receives about their bras from their fans are limited color selection. Like a marlin or sailfish speeding through the ocean, these limited editions fly off the shelves, so don’t delay if you want one, once they are gone – that’s all y’all.
Along with the limited Edition Scuba Blue, the ENELL Sport Bra is available in HOPE (Pink), White, Ecru, and Black.
All bras feature the secure hook and close front and full back for maximum support. Wide band too, great for support and you know, chaffing issues which I am quite the expert on. Really your girls will not go anywhere in ENELL Sport.
Thanks ENELL for giving girls who need support no excuses when it comes to staying active and healthy. Bonus, you have a beautiful new hue to give us a little sumpin’ sumpin for working out in style .
You can order online here or check out this ENELL Blog Announcement with a list of retailers. AHEM, Georgia stores, come one, get on this would ya! International gals, check out the ENELL Blog Announcement too – I need to move to UK, and shop at Boobydoo – that store name just makes me smile. Scuba Duba Blue at Boobydoo, say it three times and you will be smiling too.
What do you think of colored sports bras, are you basic black or do you like a little color under your tech shirt? How do you like Scuba Duba Blue?
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