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#11 binzer

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    Posted 04 March 2009 - 06:04 PM

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    Originally Posted by Amarillis
    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.
    hmmm...that doesn't sound like it would make for a very romantic wedding night! I'm definitely going to have to pick some up early so I can get any disasters over with :S

    #12 Amarillis

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      Posted 04 March 2009 - 06:12 PM

      Quote:
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      hmmm...that doesn't sound like it would make for a very romantic wedding night! I'm definitely going to have to pick some up early so I can get any disasters over with :S
      That is some very sound advice... definately do a TRIAL run...

      My memories are so vivid that I refuse to even think of doing it again.

      #13 Nurse2005

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        Posted 04 March 2009 - 06:51 PM

        The Nubra is not like the old stick on ones. I used the old stick on ones for grad many years ago too, these are quit different. Just not sure how well these hold. I haven't tried them but saw them and am considering...just waiting to pick up my dress today and see how it fits.

        #14 BillysBride

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          Posted 04 March 2009 - 10:48 PM

          Hmm....please report back with any experiences using them in the heat. I know I'm gonna need SOMEthin' to give the girl's a lil' lift.
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          #15 egsarah

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            Posted 05 March 2009 - 12:10 AM

            Please let us know how they work. I am DEFINITELY going to need a little "assistance". My dress is completely backless and has a deep V in the front. I don't want to look like a boy with no support.

            #16 reevesbride

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              Posted 05 March 2009 - 12:53 AM

              A family friend got married in Mexico in January and her only complaint about the Nu Bra is that it wouldnt stick once she began to sweat. Actually the brides and 2 bridesmaids bra's peels off before the wedding was over, so by the reception they all were braless. If you can get it sewn in do that!

              Lauren

              #17 rodent

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                Posted 05 March 2009 - 02:03 AM

                I started a thread about sticky bras a while back. you might want to look it up for other's advice.

                I bought a shantini lite for $16 at walmart. It's awesome. But, the day of the wedding I didn't feel like messing with it so I didn't wear it. It took a little effort to get it on right, because if I wore it the normal way i had too much cleavage. I planned to close it with a twisty tie to have more seperation. my dress also had cups built in so I didn't need it. I was just going to wear it for a little extra but decided not to.

                I had a really thin, light one. it doesn't add size, but it really pushes them together.

                #18 Rhonda

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                  Posted 05 March 2009 - 05:01 PM

                  Quote:
                  Originally Posted by reevesbride
                  A family friend got married in Mexico in January and her only complaint about the Nu Bra is that it wouldnt stick once she began to sweat. Actually the brides and 2 bridesmaids bra's peels off before the wedding was over, so by the reception they all were braless. If you can get it sewn in do that!

                  Lauren
                  Does anyone know if you CAN sew the nu bra in?? That would be great! Then, I wouldn't worry!

                  #19 peterpanpixiedust

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                    Posted 04 March 2010 - 04:53 PM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by Amarillis
                    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.
                    me too... i had the ones where you use the glue. my skin ripped off with the bra. So I was scared of using one for my wedding, until I saw these. They apparently stick without adding glue. Now girls, anyone used the Nu bra padded light version? since it is padded, do you see the outline under the dress? or would the regular silicone give you enough cleavage?




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