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|Price:||$9.99 - $92.91 & Free Return on some sizes and colors|
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- Cup: 91% Nylon, 9% Spandex; Back: 93% Polyester, 7% Spandex
- Hook and Eye closure
- Hand Wash
- Push up bra adds up to one full cup size.
- Soft fabric provides ultra comfort and is smooth under clothes.
- Straps convert three ways for wardrobe versatility: regular, no slip, or crisscross.
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|Ego Boost||Ego Boost Lace|
|Back Style Type||Classic||Classic|
|Convertible Straps||Yes, 3 ways||Yes, 3 ways|
|Padding||Adds one full cup size||Adds one full cup size|
|Activity Impact Level||Low||Low|
|Available Sizes||32-36A, 32-38B, 34-38C||32-36A, 32-38B, 34-38C|
|Fabric||55% Nylon, 37% Polyester, 8% Spandex||100% Nylon|
Lily of France Extreme Ego Boost Tailored Push-Up Bra
Maximize your cup size! This push up bra adds a full cup size at the apex for ultimate bust enhancement while maintaining a natural look. Soft fabric provides comfort and a smooth look under clothes. Straps convert three ways: Regular, No Slip and Crisscross.
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 8 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004NBYASK
- Item model number: 2131101
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2010
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top customer reviews
So as of this review, I'm just past age 22 and have never owned a push-up bra before, even though it seems the de facto purchase for many teen girls. I'd accepted the fact at 15 that my boobs weren't going to get any bigger than they were, so apart from one or two experimental bra-stuffing episodes, I didn't really bother with them. It's not that I am a huge supporter of "self-affirmations" - I could never get into the habit of staring doe-eyed at my insipid reflection while chanting, "You're a beautiful, gorgeous, sexy toothpick of a woman." (I imagine some people find a lot of good in spending so much time on self-affirmations in the bathroom, but it's bad enough for the rest of my party when I'm using 15 minutes just to do my makeup.)
Anyways, there are just *times* when you need something like a push-up bra to make that damn dress work, when you want to look a little more proportionate than usual, and "just because."
So let's get to it: I'm trying out various t-shirt bras at the store and my eye, as it usually does, wanders over to the push-ups. So I did what I normally wouldn't be caught doing: I tried one on. It didn't fit right - lumpy, strange-feeling, and... was it supposed to make my chest look like two large golf-balls were just... there?! This almost discouraged me from going further. "Just like my teen years," I sighed. But I didn't give up. Because you know why? There are times and hours when a woman's will is most tested, through strength of valor, struggling against all odds, persevering when others have long since fallen to the wayside like flies in a bomb raid to get what they want. To think how I pushed and strained every muscle of my being, trudging through millions of store aisles to see, finally, that sliver of light, that beacon of hope, that... I don't know, I've run out of inspirational rant juice to go on with.
I bought my first Lily of France push-up at a local store, my second and third through Amazon. I got them in size 34A and they're all great. The padding is well-sculpted and holds you up nicely. However, you might learn from my initial, i.e. stupid mistake and take careful care NOT to machine dry it - the pads will twist slightly inside-out and create an unsightly line under your clothes. So far, the other two are holding up very well as I use them sparingly (because who do I think I'm fooling?). Not sure how these would be like for a bigger woman, but for anyone in the A-B camp, these are a Godsend. Hallelujah, now I can wear that dress. :)
The red is a fairly true red. The small ruffle at the top is shimery and had a tiny bit of green irredesence, so it kind of reminds me of Chirstmas.
The white one I have in the same style is about three years old and has been one of my primary bras the whole time. It has gotten a few strings/snags on the cup and has lost some of it’s elestacity, but that is to be expected given it’s age and frequent washings (I wash it in a bag with cold water on my machine's the handwash cycle and drip dry it). All in all it has held up well.
Previously having worn the Very Sexy and Bombshell lines by another retailer, I'd say this bra is quite comparable! Shape is slightly more natural with this one but similar in overall style.
Got this in the pale pink. Will choose beige next since this one does show through some tops. Tiny bit of lace along the edges of the cups but pretty smooth under thin tops. Super comfortable, except the band would have definitely been too tight if I hadn't sized up!
The only thing I've noticed that I don't love is that the straps loosen throughout the day, so by the end of a day I need to tighten them. Strange... Reduced a star for that but still feel this is a fantastic bra for the price and will be ordering more.
Washes well in a lingerie wash bag. Cold wash; hang dry. Highly recommended. Smile. Hope this is helpful!