Normally I wouldn't buy a VS bra, but I found this basically brand new in a thrift store for $1.50 and couldn't pass it up. It's a non-wired padded cup bra with lace detail on the cups. It has four colums of clasps which is nice and right now I'm on the second from the loosest. I usually need shallow cups, but wow, these are super shallow, bu they work for me, actually give me a bit of cleavage. The band is snug and the material is soft so it doesn't dig in or itch. The straps are non-stretch in the front and ...not full length adjustable and I can't shorten them quite enough as I'd like, but they are convertible so I can criss-cross them in the back and then strap length is no longer an issue. I recently wore the bra on an international flight, so I had it on for close to 24 hrs and it remained surprisingly comfortable and I wasn't looking to rip it off in the bathroom in the middle of the flight, which I have done before https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> Read more 89 more words
One of my current favorites - not bad for a bra that does not fit properly. I like how soft and nice it feels on - it's great for lounging around or under t-shirts. I can't say if any of this would apply in the proper size, but they do not make my size so.... The band rides up in the back and a little in the front middle. The gore floats, but there's no wire so I'm not sure if that's normal. My boobs tend to be a little center-full so the plunging style of this bra causes me to fall out a little if I lay on my side of lean forward.
The cups are too small/flattening and the band is too big, but damn it's comfortable! Very soft materials, a delight to wear as a break from stabby underwires. Details: -Wireless. -Half adjustable straps, first part patterned. -Low, narrow center.
This bra isn't the correct size, but it's generally comfortable. The band is definitely too loose, and the cups are too small. This results in the band riding up, the straps falling down, and the cups looking unflattering.