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OverBra Shapewear

The OverBra Provides Ultimate Lift and Support

The OverBra is the new shapewear idea that shapes your bust and accentuates your cleavage. Think of it as a vest for your bra — only it's not meant to be seen. It comes in four styles — original, midriff, longline, slip — and each does a slightly different task. The original, pictured below, is mainly to flatten back bulges and enhance cleavage. The midriff takes care of tummy creases, the longline is good for tummy and hip coverage, and the slip is perfect for under dresses. Since it's a brand-new concept, it's slightly confusing; check out the how to wear it section then see where to buy it. Intrigued or insane?

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jessie jessie 7 years
with the money you've spent on the first bra..then the "attatchment" could of bought a decent bra..that does it all!!
rockprincess rockprincess 7 years
Who wants even more bulk under their clothes? I'm going to have to pass on this one.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
Incidentally, my bra already does a good job with my cleavage. Generally, I wear a second bra (bralette style) to COVER UP the cleavage for modesty reasons.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
I agree -- a good bra would do all this. There's no need to wear another layer.
risqueredhead risqueredhead 7 years
seriously, buy decent bras and you won't need this.
Beauty Beauty 7 years
"Beer wench." Ha! I think a well-made bra should give you enough support on its own, right? Then again, I am smaller-busted, so I don't need a ton of support — maybe there's something I'm missing.
Schoolhouse Schoolhouse 7 years
NO NO NO NO NO! Guys, seriously don't be fooled. These thing have been around a while and they are the furthest thing in the world from a good thing. I work for a student newspaper and we did a feature on "as seen on TV products" I tested this (though my version was called an "Elegant Shaper") and I have to tell you it makes you look like total trash. It squishes your boobs into a weird shaped that's like 50% box and 50% beer wench. Seriously. The full feature article is here:
elizabethsosewn elizabethsosewn 7 years
zivanod, yes. And although I could always use more lift, i do not at all want more cleavage. I have enough, and Yes itd love it if it did everything BUT push the boobs together. with F cups, i get enough of that already.
JessiShez JessiShez 7 years
I love it, my bras always seem to lose their "umpf" after a few washes anyway. Thia may be just the thing I need!
Zivanod Zivanod 7 years
Interesting idea but aren't those things a good bra should do anyway? :shrug:
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