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85 of 88 people found the following review helpful
on November 22, 2008
Ok, so let me first start off by saying that I sometimes jump in on orders with my parents to Amazon and so this is a female talking and not a male like the profile says. LOL! I just got my bra today in the mail. When I opened it I thought to myself this is not going to fit me. I am a top heavy girl and ordered a 44H. But when I pulled it out this thing looked so small. Well after about an hour I gave in and tried it on. The fit is like a glove. I have support like I have never had before. For years I was wearing a 48DDD and it never really supported me. I measured myself the other day and went on the hunt for a bra company that caters to a larger audience. The key is get a bra measurement and find out your proper bra size. That makes ALL the difference. Then come back and order this bra. There's no bubbling anywhere, no puckering, no itching, no nothing. I can honestly not say anything wrong about this bra. I am going to measure my sister up for one now and since I am in the process of losing weight I am sure I will be needing a new on in few months. I'm very happy I know just where to go.
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86 of 91 people found the following review helpful
on January 4, 2013
Clearly the reviews for this product range from very pleased buyers to disappointed wearers who don't lik the 'pointy' look or whose new bra didn't last long. I've been buying and wearing these same bras through a retailer for about 10 years and I'd like to respond to some of the comments. A major problem for many large-busted women is that the manufacturer assumes that bigger cup sizes mean the lady is big all over. So you get the recommended cup size and find the cups are huge, wide, flattening panels designed to minimize the well-endowed bust, and the rest of the bra is clearly built for a heavy or obese figure. Well, believe it our not, some of us actually have varying proportions! I'm 5' 1/2" tall, small-boned and wear petite size slacks or jeans. My bra size is 38-G. People like me don't need wide cups--we need deep cups so we get support against gravity instead of smashing the girls down toward our waist our even worse, sideways to pack extra bulk under our armpits! These Glamorise bras put the girls where they belong, up front. If you don't fill the cups then return the wrong size you ordered and get a smaller cup size. No two women are built the same way. Yes, your chest will be out there in front of you. Where else do you expect it to be? Put your assets where they belong and you may get some admiring glances. There are much worse sights out there. Imagine Marilyn Monroe declaring, "I can't be seen in this, people will know I have breasts!" Aren't we glad she knew that diamonds aren't really a girl's best friend, her real best friends are much closer to her heart.

Also, if you don't want your bra to fall apart, don't wash it in hot water, don't bleach it, and always fasten all the hooks before it goes in the machine. Don't wash it with jeans or towels, they'll tear it up. It's lace and spandex so treat it like the fine garment it is. I always hang mine on clothes hangers to dry and they have lasted for years.

BTW, I do not work for any garment- or advertising business. I didn't get any free merchandise for writing this. I really like these bras, and if they can stand up to my girls (pun intended) they are truly ahead of the expensive name-brand stick-model varities (ok, no more puns)! I'm ordering new ones today.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on March 13, 2010
I bought this bra to wear whilst recovering from a lumpectomy. Needed good support and extreme comfort. Great price point, very well constructed. I usually pay twice this for underwire bras that do a comparable support job at half the comfort level. This bra is pretty retro-looking (there's lots of it) but it super-comfy and does the job for me. I like it well enough that I will continue to wear this model for everyday wear even after I am all healed.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful
on January 13, 2015
It's very hard for me to find pretty bras in my bra size of 42DD. This beautiful bra by Glamorise fits the bill wonderfully. Not only is the magiclift a pretty bra it's a very supportive bra, thanks to the internal "slings" in the bottom of each cup. They act to lift, separate, and support the "girls". The shoulder straps are soft with just a bit of give, totally preventing "cut in". My only complaint as far as fit is that the bottom of the bra band tends to flip up occasionally throughout the day. This is more of an inconvenience than a discomfort as a quick bump with the fingers flips it back down again. And did i mention.. this bra is pretty!? The bottom of the bra cups are satiny smooth while the tops have a simply lovely lace floral pattern. The large variety of colors this bra is available in is a huge plus as well, my personal favs are pink, and azure. ( I'm wearing the pink colored bra in the attached photos.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on December 21, 2010
I love this bra. I'm 36c/38d (depending upon my weight) and I can't find good support for the girls very often when I shop. When I do find a good bra, it's usually $30+. I order all my bras from Amazon now because I can find the brands I want at cheaper prices, with no tax and no shipping charges.
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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful
on July 20, 2008
I have purchased this bra in the past from other vendors. This is a
very comfortable bra and it gives me the support I need. The price was
right; and the quality was A+. Thanks again.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on December 18, 2007
Keeps the girls upright and fully operational! Not for lowcut tops, but wonderful for feeling secure and held in place for the larger busted women.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
My fellow large-chested women know the drill: I'd like this if it didn't fall apart within half a dozen washes or less. This bra was not made for women with a large cup size. I'm a 40 G and I wore this maybe 3 times before it began to fall apart. Before that point, I really loved it and had high hopes for it. The construction of the cups and lace is part of what bothers me most. The lace in the cups began to rip and tear quite dramatically. I'm actually wearing it today (why, I have no idea--maybe because I haven't really been out much today) but I will probably throw it away soon because there will likely be nothing left to hold me up pretty soon.

I really should've returned this bra but it may be too late at this point. I think this bra might be OK for women in a C cup or less. But even then it may not be sturdy enough.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 18, 2013
The cups don't fit quite right, but I dealt with it as I'd already returned and replaced it once and I didn't feel like doing it again. But unfortunately the bra did not survive the first washing. There is a thin, fragile fabric lining inside the cups that shredded in the wash. When I wear the bra there are visible bulges wherever the lining was torn.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on January 13, 2009
I have a sister who lives out of the states and has difficulty finding support bras that are hardy and comfortable. She was absolutely thrilled with this support bra and said the fit was like a dream! She was also positive regarding the straps and how it distributed the weight in a comfortable way.

would recommend to others
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