Women are familiar with that feeling—that freeing moment when you finally take your bra off at the end of the day. No more elastic bands, straps, or uncomfortable wires digging into your skin.
Sure, the world would probably be a better place without bras in the picture, but it is possible to wear these unmentionables without looking forward to finally removing them again.
Wireless and strapless
Underwear company Spanx has taken comfort to the next level with its Bra-llelujah wireless bra. This version is complete with the Bra-llelujah features—patented all-hosiery back that smooths out lumps and bumps, Spanx Smart Straps that mold to the body for a comfortable fit that won’t dig, and full bust support—all without the underwire.
For spaghetti straps and off-the-shoulder outfits, Up for Anything strapless bra stays put all day sans the heavy feel. Thanks to the innovative Spanx’s SmartGrip technology and WithMe tape that provides a smooth grip around the body, this bra guarantees that it won’t fall down or let its wearer down. It is also created with patent pending elastic-free design and memory foam cups.
On days when comfort is of utmost importance, Maidenform offers its bralette that is as comfortable as it supportive. The Casual Comfort Wirefree Lift Bralette is made of luxurious fabric that is incredibly soft, with wire-free cups and lightweight lift that gives just enough shaping support to flatter the figure while keeping up with the comfort and feel of a bralette.
It is designed with modern mesh sides, back, and trim for a lightweight, breathable feel. Its split front straps are back-adjustable, with a hook and eye back close for easy off and on.
Spanx is available at Rustan’s Makati, Shangri-La, Alabang, Gateway, and Cebu. Maidenform is available in all leading department stores nationwide.
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