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The solution to the number one complaint by women - the poking underwire. Four plush layers of fabric cover our patented spring-tipped wire, creating the ultimate cushioning system. This new wire system moves with you and is guaranteed not to poke*. This feminine everyday bra offers lace details on the straps, side of the cups and center while still offering a smooth look under clothes. Beauty has never felt so completely comfortable.
Feminine everyday bra with lace in the center, sides of the cup, and up the straps still offers a smooth look under clothes. No Poke Wire with collection signature center ribbon.
love it, this is a good bra gives you the support that you need, and it comfortable for large breast, it does not poke you in the sides, and does not ride upPublished 24 months ago by Linda R. Roberts
If you're looking for a nice bra, this might be the one...but order one cup size smaller. They run big. Read morePublished on July 24, 2010 by Amazon Customer
from my daughter...I needed a new bra but hardly ever go out to purchase one as they cost so MUCH money these days. Read morePublished on March 29, 2009 by Grandma Burch
This bra lifts and separates like no man's business! I seriously look and feel thinner when I wear it. Read morePublished on January 6, 2009 by Corey J. Perrella
Bali Women's Passion for Comfort Underwire Bra #3383Bali Women's Seductive Curves Seamless Foam Underwire Bra #3270Bali Women's No Poke Seamless Underwire Bra #3318good value for... Read morePublished on December 6, 2008 by M. R. Randazzo
I have searched MANY sites for the right bra at a reasonable price. Finally, I found this one. You can't even tell you're wearing one, it is so comfortable. Read morePublished on February 27, 2008 by Lori E. Fulcher
The bra definitively doesn't poke, but I don't know why, wearing this bra reminds you permanently of it, you are conscious you have a bra on the whole day, so I think it is... Read morePublished on February 13, 2008 by Maria G. De Obregon