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Simply Fab: Victoria's Secret Invisable Shaping Bra

Simply Fab: Victoria's Secret Invisable Shaping Bra

An upcoming trip to Vegas for a bachelorette party had me in conundrum for a strapless bra. The current one I have makes a funny line across my chest — not cool. A friend suggested I try the Victoria's Secret Invisible Shaping Bra ($68). It was the answer to all my problems. Not only does it relieve me of funny lines, this baby is strapless, backless, washable, and gives me a naturally curvy shape.


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ahles ahles 7 years
$68 is ridiculous. I've worn the NuBra featherlights (~$30) for a couple years now and LOVE them as a day to day bra. I'm a 30C, so finding a bra that fits well is about impossible, and when they don't fit they rub and irritate my skin. No you're not going to get a push up affect out of a stick on bra, but they cover well. And they last 2-3 months at daily wear. Only once have I ever gotten one that didn't stick well after a week or two- clearly a dud. Otherwise, even renovating an old house in the heat they don't lose their stick. The traditional NuBra, and it looks like this VS version, aren't stick on bras, they're stick on boobs. Far more "padding" than a wonderbra and they're heavy. If you want fake boobs without the surgery, by all means. Otherwise, the lightweight ones are great.
shini shini 7 years
Great all around except when you get sweaty, it slides off and down under your dress. Happenend to me once, fortunately off when I was in a corner alone...
sumbum sumbum 7 years
I have one that i bought from target ($24.99!!!!) and I love it!!! I've worn it on several occasions and have had no problems! =)
MinaV MinaV 7 years
Unfortunately I am too bog, 34DD, so had to resort to something else, after I went out and bought a beautiful backless dress (Silly me...), but I have found the answer: the Faveo Freedom Bra (www.faveo.co.uk). It is backless, strapless and frontless, for bigger sizes (up to a G cup) and amazingly comfortable. It lifts, supports and shapes my bust and makes me look amazing in my new dress!
EkaterinaBallerina EkaterinaBallerina 7 years
Eh, I almost bought on of those bras some time ago and while I was browsing the store I overheard a woman trying to return it because it didn't work--didn't fit or stay up. And they were awful to her about returning it. She was jumping through massive hoops to get her money back. Since then, I've warned everyone who thinks about buying one of those bras. Just be aware.
bbkf bbkf 7 years
I *love* my D'eva bra. Same idea, but it's $30 and I've worn it probably 50 times and it's like new. Stays put and really supports.
sara-avery sara-avery 7 years
I have tried the VS bra and the nu bra and let me tell you! They are very expensive, and after a few washes they loose their stickiness. Target and Walmart both have lines that make products identical to petals, and the strapless sticky bra at a fraction of the price. I cannot afford to run out and drop $70.00 every time i need a new one. They last while if you take great care of them and the sticky bra only cost $15-$25. Who doesn't love that?
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
68 bucks and it can only be worn 100 times? no thanks.
mareepossa mareepossa 7 years
Not so great for us small gals. Coverage is ok but no lifting :(
qtpie qtpie 7 years
ick i have one similar to this, it was so expensive and not good at all! you have to get them in the right position or else you have to rip it off and start again... which hurts and leaves red marks
noranelson noranelson 7 years
I am 34C/32D (sometimes wear a 34D) and they are too small. Fortunately, there is that new backless one out that has straps, so I think I'll try that.
theglossarie theglossarie 7 years
I dunno ladies...are these truly effective for those of us in the C+ range?
emalove emalove 7 years
I'd like to try them too...I hate strapless bras.
SummerFlirts SummerFlirts 7 years
I would love to try that.
scmeggiry scmeggiry 7 years
Target sells a cheaper version too. They have a section/endcap with clear bra straps, extenders, petals, chicken cutlets, etc. I bought mine at linens n things, since they sell a bunch of "as seen on tv" stuff there.
besi0004 besi0004 7 years
i have something along these lines that is a lot more amazing. I'm from Canada, and I got it at our local winners. I forget the brand name, but it's the same idea. It is adhesive and I've had it for over a year now. All you do is take good care of it, wash it etc. ( I don't use it very often at all). I find the one I had much better than these. It comes in cup sizes, looks like a natural breast (skin toned colour) and is silicone so it feels like a natural breast without the nipple. lol. oh and i forgot to mention the prices. 12$ canadian.
MartiniLush MartiniLush 7 years
foxie, I used something like this for a cute backless dress I wore to a party last month. they are adhesive.
bronzebeauty719 bronzebeauty719 7 years
it is the nu bra.. nu bra patented that design..VS repackages it but they only make an original fabric version
foxie foxie 7 years
I don't understand how those stay in place...?
hpl55 hpl55 7 years
It looks like a NuBra, but more expensive. And the NuBra is nice because it comes in the original silicone (that gives you a lot more umphf), and the featherlite (which still gives you a little extra curve, just not so much that you don't look like yourself). I'm sticking with the original, unless this one is better for some reason.
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