For every Wonderbra nostalgic there’s a new way to shape up, it seems. The Itty Bitty Bra coming to the rescue of the less than “C” cup size adding the ‘petites’ resources when it comes to shopping.
It’s well known that most of the women today don’t know how to choose the bra they really need. Stole away by marketing and high expectations, they forget health is more important than anything. Comfort and support should be looked into when bra-shopping. Of course it’s important to have a perfectly fit “stylish and fashionable bra for women the WonderBra has left behind”, and I’m not trying to be an ignorant regarding this initiative, but how could the wonderbra effect be replaced?
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You’ve missed the point on the Itty Bitty Bra. The Wonder Bra was developed as a fashion garment, a push-up bra to enhance the bustline. The Itty Bitty Bra, on the other hand, is tailored to fit slim, small- or flat-chested women comfortably, without having it pucker or gap. It was never intended to replace the Wonder Bra. I’ve purchased these for my teenage daughters who didn’t want to look like they’ve stuffed their bras, which is the illusion given by the Wonder Bra. They love the fashionable, couture-look of the bra and cups that were especially designed for their physique.
They’ve had issues with bras at Victorias Secret, because the smallest-sized bra was still too large in the cup, The Little Bra company had bras that were too Frederick’s of Hollywood for them, and no other couture bra offered the appropriate padding, stylish look and comfortable feel that suited them. Bottom line, its not replacing the Wonder Bra.
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