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i am curious if any knew a really great convertible bra? as the economy is not that great, i'd like to invest in a bra that can do more!

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^ I have a La Mystere with removable straps that's pretty good ...

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^ Is this one it? http://www.barenecessities.com/Le-My...559_,size,.htm

their bras look so comfortable and dreamy!! although not really sexy

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^ That's the brand, but I do not wear the #9, it's for the surgically enhanced I never said LM was sexy, but it is very very functional

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Surgically enhanced?! I just thought it looked cute
I wish they had a multi-way including strapless. Although I am not a fan of Victoria Secret, their multi-way bras have more options

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Just in time for Christmas!
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My god! It should be illegal. If i was the designer i wouldnt be so proud..

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Does anyone else like Agent Provocateur? I have a few bras from them.
Love it!


You may also like Letters of Marque, a collection by Stacey Dash (actress from Clueless)
http://www.lettersofmarque.com/









source: agentprovocateur, lettersofmarque

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latest purchase... collette dinnigan 'wild hearts' for target australia


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Do bras without any underwire offer sufficient support? I don't like wearing padded bras, but I've never worn one without an underwire.
I find bras without an underwire a lot more comfortable, for obvious reasons. Of course, if you have large breasts you may need the underwire for extra support.
I tried them and now i find it hard to go back to wearing padded bras or ones that have underwire. It's almost as wearing a bikini top.

Some examples,

amor-latino.com.ar

The pictures are from this local brand called Amor Latino, I know this is not available for most of you, but i wanted to share it anyways. They have the most cute pieces. I'm a bit addicted, i may own all the stuff they have on the store

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I am a DD and I want to find a non padded non underwire bra that I can just wear around for comfort and because I think they are so cute any suggestions that are not to expensive. I am just dyeing for something lacy and girly. I usually buy Victoria Secret because they have the best bra cup/band variations. I have some cute bras but none without underwire or padding.

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^ this one & this other one from Gap seem pretty nice, and supportive without having an underwire.

Also, if you're familiar with VS, they seem to have a wide variety of wireless bras that are really cute too

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Ya I have tried on the VS ones and I dont like them that much

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^ What I wear for comfort is a Sleepbra ... they are cute to a point :p The kind I wear has a keyhole in the front. No padding, no underwire. I buy a local brand, am not seeing them online ...

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Thank you all, I just bought my first underwireless bra from Oysho. I don't understand American sizing (DD and whatnot), so I was a bit confused by the advice on this thread. But the bra was available in my size (75b) so I assume it is suitable for me to wear one.

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I didn't realize sizing was so different ... is the b in your size the same as the B in ours, or no? Can anyone speak to this?

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