Hey everyone! Today I have a little lingerie review for you of a new brand I’ve teamed up with UpBra.com. They make bras designed to give you maximum cleavage and adjustable lift. UpBra sent me two bras to try: the Perfect T-Shirt Bra & the Miraculous Stay-Up Strapless Bra, as you can see above. We’re talking about something we wear every day – bras! Some of you might choose not to wear one, but since I stumbled upon the Upbra, there’s no turning back. I have to tell you, I love them! I figured it would be a good idea to not only share these bras with you, but show you why these are the best bras that lift and enhance.
Bras That Lift and Enhance
Everyone needs a good adjustable lift-up and cleavage bra. Whether that is for when you go out on the daily, or simply to wear on a special occasion. Notice below that each bra has a straps on the bottom center of the inside of the bra. This allows you to control exactly how much lift you want. You can attach the straps further from the center to add more cleavage or keep them close together for a more natural lift. You’ll notice the strapless bra also comes with a set of straps which you can optionally use in a number of ways.
The straps can be worn any way you want for most any outfit, but this bra is meant to be worn with at least one of the straps on. Check it out below:
The Upbra® Convertible Bra gives you amazing cleavage and lift that you control. Because of their patented Active Lift System within the cups, it is not only flattering but also comfortable. Upbra has seven patents for its technology, is invisible under t-shirts and can go from a daytime to an evening look in 5 seconds, without having to remove – just pull on the strings. A wear all day bra I can get behind.
I was sent the Upbra® Strapless Bra in nude. As you can see below, I have included before and after shots of the same T-shirt with two different bras. Featured below is a friend of mine, who is also obsessed with the look. You can notice the difference right away and she is so happy with the results.
This post is sponsored by Upbra