This city is full of them; little treats that are singularly expensive but really worth the resulting lift. One doesn’t need a lot of anything to satisfy an appetite for pleasure.In NYC yesterday, while waiting for a latte at an edgy coffee shop on Madison Avenue, I started to contemplate why I was feeling upbeat about spending $4.50 on a cup of coffee. The answer is really simple: in the scheme of things, it’s really the small luxuries in life that can alter perspective.
In fact, the current collection surfaces a vision of Ladurée’s precious macaroons, pretty little cookies in delicious colors that would taste great with my $4.50 morning brew. One example is the bestselling Lucia bra seen here in raspberry and pistachio. Sized for 28-38, A-C cups, it really is the “perfect little bra with a BIG push”. Engineered specifically for a petite torso, all of these bras are designed to not only fit a small frame and small bust, but also to elegantly enhance the woman wearing them.Appreciating delicacies got me to thinking about The Little Bra Company. Every time I review this brand, I am reminded that “good things do come in small packages ®”. Emily Lau’s mission was personal when she launched The Little Bra Company 10 years ago. Her insight has not only raised the bar in this niche but is also gratifying a hungar for quality in this oft neglected category