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Barely There: Invisible Look Bra
30 reviews
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  • Seamless foam-lined, underwire T-shirt bra
  • Front-adjustable stretch straps convert to criss-cross
  • Cushioned, 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
  • Seamless, stretch microfiber
Featured Review:
on August 28, 2014
great t-shirt bra for fuller size
Most comfortable bra ever. Smooth under summer tees.
Barely There: Invisible Look Convertible Wire-Free Bra
21 reviews
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Details:
  • Seamless, foam-lined wire-free T-shirt bra
  • Adjustable front straps convert to criss-cross
  • 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
  • Stretch microfiber
Featured Review:
on September 17, 2014
Nice for T-shirts
No show for thinner shirts. But less cup coverage but good support
Barely There: Invisible Look Convertible Wire-Free Bra
4 reviews
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Details:
  • Seamless, foam-lined wire-free bra with lace overlay
  • Adjustable front straps convert to criss-cross
  • 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure
  • Stretch microfiber
Featured Review:
on June 25, 2014
recommend with reservations
Since this bra runs small, it's not really useable until I get some extenders. But workmanship and comfort overall are good.
Barely There: We Have Got Your Back Wire-Free Bra
11 reviews
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Details:
  • Back smoothing, seamless wire-free bra
  • Smoothes and supports back and sides
  • Lightly padded cups provide lift and support
  • Tagless for added comfort
  • Stylish criss-cross detail on center gore
Featured Review:
on September 7, 2014
Almost Perfect!
This bra fits well, has a nice wide band, straps that are attached to the band far enough back that they stay up without slipping, and a smooth look under t-shirts. I'm keeping this one, but if "Barely There" wants to make it perfect, it will make the straps stretchier (they only stretch a few inches in the back), and they will extend the band under the cups for at least one-half inch. The skimpy front band tends to ride up a bit and doesn't offer as much support as a wider band would - not a big problem for a gal my size, but it might be a deal breaker for a more well-endowed woman.
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