SPANX Wireless Bra-llelujah is uniquely designed to provide the lift you love and the support you want without the need for an underwire! Featuring naturally adjusting shoulder and back straps made from hosiery, the Wireless Bra-llelujah remains invisible under clothes, banishes VBL (Visible Bra Lines) and minimizes back fat. The front-closure design eliminates metal hooks in back and smooth, foam-lined cups offer full frontal coverage for an all-around perfect fit. So, say good-bye to BBS (Bad Bra Syndrome) and hello to your new favorite wireless bra... Bra-llelujah!
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11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
best padded bra everAug 08, 2011
By james' mom This is the best padded bra and I've tried dozens. I hate bras and find them very uncomfortable and in my case not necessary except for the padding. This one is very comfortable It doesn't seem like much padding but it does add a cup size and natural shaping. Upper end of cups extends higher than most padded bras which adds to a natural look, so you don't have big cups and then flat upper chest which looks really bad. Because of this extended cup, some lower cut shirts show the bra, which I intend to solve by ordering another and having a seamstress taper the cup shape a little. Not sure how it will turn out but I love this bra so much, it's worth a try. just wish it was cheaper or that someone would come up with a cheaper version.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Not a True Wireless BraDec 03, 2012
By L. Young
While Spanx claims this is a wireless bra it is not. Although there is no underwiring under the cups there is wiring at the side of the cups which I found quite uncomfortable. It would dig into my skin. I made a tiny snip and removed that wiring. After that I found the bra comfortable. It lies nice and flat at the back, but please be aware that this bra does not have adjustable straps, a major negative.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Bra-llelujah Indeed!Mar 16, 2012
By gtg If you are looking for a bra that will not show the bra fat or bulge, this is it! Very comfortable! The straps are a tad wide but not a deal breaker. Sizing might run slightly big in the cups.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Good but not idealSep 20, 2012
By Amazon shopper I needed a front-closing bra because of a long-lasting shoulder problem. I was also looking for something with no underwires; over the years, my breasts have become more and more sensitive (especially during PMS) and underwires have come to be extremely uncomfortable to me. Victoria's Secret used to make a wireless bra (Ipex) which I've worn for years, but those are unfortunately discontinued. So I searched Amazon and found this Spanx bra.
I ordered it in 2 sizes because I tend to be between sizes and/or fluctuate depending on the part of my cycle and whether I'm having a "fat day" or not. Both bras fit me, but neither fits perfectly. I don't blame the bra for that, though. Upon trying them on, the first thing I noticed was that the insides of the cups felt scratchy compared to the VS bras that I'm used to. Again, I am unusually sensitive, so this might not be a problem for another person. However, I noticed that the outer layer of fabric is smoother than the lining of the bra... so why not just make the lining out of the smoother fabric too? Other than that, they are pretty comfortable.
The drawbacks of this bra are that the band is not adjustable (but that, I guess, is normal for a front-close bra) and the straps aren't adjustable. I've had them for about 9 months and they haven't stretched out, though, so they are still wearable. I do take very good care of my bras because IMO quality bras are very expensive given what a small amount of fabric they're made of. To prevent excessive wear and stretching, I wear them several times between washing -- unless I get sweaty, in which case it gets washed right away. I wash them in a structured mesh lingerie bag on the handwash cycle in my machine, using cold water. I then air-dry them on a mesh drying rack. Using this method, these two bras have lasted me 9 months without any significant stretching. If the straps or bands stretch before my shoulder heals and enables wearing a normal bra again, I will have to either replace the bras or adjust them with a few stitches.
I wouldn't buy these Spanx bras again, though. I have found that VS now makes a front-closing racerback bra which, although it does have underwires, the underwires are padded with gel so they are not uncomfortable (I think it's called "Incredible"). I'm working on finding the right size, though, because the band sizes seem to run small. If that doesn't work out, then back to searching for my perfect front-close bra.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Too stretchy & overpricedJun 16, 2012
By Adam Smith
I thought this bra would be as good as the SPANX foundation garment I bought ... not so. It is too stretchy. I took it to my sewing machine and took it in 2 inches. Though it's comfortable, without an underwire it wants to ride up on my chest. Note: I am a woman even though I have the Adam Smith tag denoting savings hungry.