Lunaire Versailles Seamless Jacquard Wire-Free Bra
Love this, forget I'm wearing it!
I LOVE this. Rare to find a wire-free for full figures and this one is great. It's supportive and comfy and I forget I'm wearing it. I've worn sports bras for years to avoid painful wires digging and every time I switch to a non-sports I'm uncomfortable all day. Totally forgot I had this one on. I also find that straps usually slip on me, and almost always need racerbacks. This one sits more naturally on me than one with wires (They always seem sort of suspended in some awkward position) so it's not a constant battle to keep the straps up. Plus the part where the straps connect to the cups is wider, which makes it less likely to slip (since it's not a natural pivot point for the fabric)
May 1, 2013
I like this bra!
I am really very pleased with this bra. It fits perfectly, is very comfortable, and is attractive.
March 31, 2013
This is a hard to find product that I was happy to find that I could order on line. The bra is great and very supportive. It is attractive and functional. I was pleased with my order and received it in a very timely manner.
February 28, 2013
Hard to find a feminine wirefree bra
I like this bra because it is feminine and pretty with support in a wirefree bra. The only downside to it is that I wish it could be lined a little more in the cup area. It is so hard to find a good looking wirefree bra. I am sure that others will agree that even wirefree wearers like pretty bras, too.
February 26, 2013
Elegant, supportive -- and no wires or seams!
This is a particularly feminine-looking bra, made of mesh and jacquard material. It is somewhat translucent, so I only wear it under darker or heavier shirts. Given my size (40DDD), and my requirements that my bras have no underwires which tend to dig into my ribs, or seams that are visible under clothing, it has been difficult to get bras that don't look like Middle Ages warrior breastplates. This is a lovely, feminine, supportive bra -- a totally different experience!
October 27, 2012