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#1 Rhonda

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    Posted 03 March 2009 - 05:36 PM

    I just bought a pair last week when I picked up my dress. It's basically soft, SCARILY real-like boobs that stick to you and give support if you're wearing a backless dress.
    It just hit me today that they might fall off in Mexico if I'm sweating...I'm not sure...anyone know

    #2 tylersgirl

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      Posted 03 March 2009 - 05:44 PM

      My sister used to wear one and she loved it. As for the sweating issue...i have no idea about that??

      #3 seaprincess

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        Posted 03 March 2009 - 06:18 PM

        I wore one during my wedding and it was fine until I started dancing, and then I started sweating and then.....it slipped around inside my dress like crazy! It was great for me until I actually started sweating ex ceremony, pics, dinner etc. cause it totally provided support and a little cleave. I would suggest a backup bra just in case...like maybe a low back bra or corset? Good luck!
        Lindsay and Jamie - January 28, 2009

        #4 Rhonda

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          Posted 03 March 2009 - 08:26 PM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by seaprincess
          I wore one during my wedding and it was fine until I started dancing, and then I started sweating and then.....it slipped around inside my dress like crazy! It was great for me until I actually started sweating ex ceremony, pics, dinner etc. cause it totally provided support and a little cleave. I would suggest a backup bra just in case...like maybe a low back bra or corset? Good luck!
          Ok, that's what I was thinking! I don't want to wear any real bra underneath my dress....now I'm not sure what to do...maybe I'll ask my seamstress for help with this one!
          Thanks!

          #5 bumbles

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            Posted 03 March 2009 - 11:28 PM

            I tried it on with my dress and it's pretty secure since I also had cups sewn into my dress. Hopefully, it will withstand the heat in Mexico and not move around.

            Btw, Victoria's Secret has NuBra on sale for 50% off!

            #6 Rhonda

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              Posted 04 March 2009 - 03:31 AM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by Fanny
              I tried it on with my dress and it's pretty secure since I also had cups sewn into my dress. Hopefully, it will withstand the heat in Mexico and not move around.

              Btw, Victoria's Secret has NuBra on sale for 50% off!
              That's a good idea too! Maybe I'll also have cups sewn in just in case...
              I can't believe the NuBra is on sale at VS! I got mine at the bridal salon for $77!!! I also got ripped off on a veil there too....boy, I'm realizing how stupid I was for buying there!

              #7 binzer

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                Posted 04 March 2009 - 04:44 PM

                I've been wondering about Nubras too! I don't need the support, but I could certainly use the extra padding. I just don't want to have that strapless bra feeling where I constantly feel like I need to be adjusting it or restricting my movement to keep everything in place.

                I guess the best thing to do is is buy one now and try it out. Does VS actually sell the Nubra brand, or is it their own stuff?

                #8 binzer

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                  Posted 04 March 2009 - 04:44 PM

                  I've been wondering about Nubras too! I don't need the support, but I could certainly use the extra padding. I just don't want to have that strapless bra feeling where I constantly feel like I need to be adjusting it or restricting my movement to keep everything in place.

                  I guess the best thing to do is is buy one now and try it out. Does VS actually sell the Nubra brand, or is it their own stuff?

                  #9 bumbles

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                    Posted 04 March 2009 - 05:40 PM

                    Yep, it's the Nu Bra brand. They had the ones that clasp in the front and the ones that are separate. Maybe call your store to see if they have them?

                    #10 Amarillis

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                      Posted 04 March 2009 - 05:47 PM

                      OHHH Man... do I have a horror story for you ladies... I cannot recall if it was the brand 'nubra' but I have tried this....

                      Please, enter my time machine ~Prom 1999~.....

                      :)

                      I wore the stick on bra type things as you have described above... I did find that they were supportive (and I am a D) but..... I couldn't get them off!

                      I am not at all kidding when I say that removal was EXTREMELY painful, and they tore the skin under both my breasts, leaving me unable to wear a bra for several days... no kidding...

                      DISASTER.




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