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Olga Women's Butterfly Effect Minimizer Bra
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- 83% Nylon/17% Spandex
- Hook & Eye closure
- Machine Wash
- Full-coverage bra with lace trim and keyhole at center front
- Encased underwire for enhanced comfort and support
- Wide adjustable camisole straps
- Hook-and-eye closure at back
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Comfort and support are paramount in this minimizer with lovely keyhole center detail for a stylish touch.
Minimize your profile for fashion versatility in our figure-flattering Olga Butterfly Effects bra with pretty lace accents. This ultra-feminine style helps you achieve a slim, streamlined silhouette.
- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: China
- ASIN: B00JFV6WQG
- Item model number: 35912
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 8, 2014
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
is being touted as a newer version of that. Well, it's not! It's a very different bra and nowhere near as good as the Signature Support Minimizer was.
For one thing, they've added an embroidered lace edging around the top of the cup, the outline of which can clearly be seen under t-shirts. One of the best things about the Signature Support model was that it was completely invisible under EVERYTHING!!!!
Also, the band on this thing in 36C (my size) is about half as wide as the Signature Support model which had 3 hooks; this Butterfly thing only has 2.
And to cap it off, they've also ruined the straps. The Signature Support model had real, wider camisole straps with just the right amount of give & cushioning. This awful Butterfly bra has regular, thin, uncomfortable bra straps. I mean, come on, people. If you need a minimizer bra, you need padded straps on it. Why is that concept so hard for bra manufacturers to grasp?
I've been a loyal Olga fan for years, but they've lost me with this dud.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ordered same size in this bra as my normal size from Olga, bra was at least one size too small.Published 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
always a consistent quality brand. I trust their size range so am confident I can buy it on line and recieve what I am expecting.Published 20 days ago by Passionate Reader
I've been pleased with this product as a replacement option to the discontinued style. I've bought three now.Published 1 month ago by Hoosiermom