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#11 Wisco4

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    Posted 18 December 2007 - 05:41 PM

    I dont' know the brand, but Walmart actually sells them. They come in a little white box with pink writing and they work great! I buy them everytime we go on a company trip to wear under strapless dresses, or open back tops. You have to make sure and get a size that fits and make sure you put the sticky part as far back as it will go to get the best support. I'm a C cup so not sure how it will work for anyone bigger than that.
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    #12 coreyphil

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      Posted 18 December 2007 - 08:11 PM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by Wisco4
      I dont' know the brand, but Walmart actually sells them. They come in a little white box with pink writing and they work great! I buy them everytime we go on a company trip to wear under strapless dresses, or open back tops. You have to make sure and get a size that fits and make sure you put the sticky part as far back as it will go to get the best support. I'm a C cup so not sure how it will work for anyone bigger than that.
      Ooooh ... I'm going to have to add it to my Wal-Mart list! I've always wanted to try them, but have been a bit skeptical and reluctant to spend a lot of $$! Thanks!

      #13 Christine

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      Posted 18 December 2007 - 08:48 PM

      my step mom wore one from macy's to my wedding and I am pretty sure they stayed on okay for her.
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      #14 rodent

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        Posted 20 January 2008 - 12:33 AM

        I bought the shantini lite at walmart for $17. It's just like the nubra. It is great. it stays on and actually gives clevage. It probably won't lift, but it definitly pulls them together.

        I also came across this today. They are stick on & iron cups to put in the clothing.

        #15 A10CalGal

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          Posted 23 January 2008 - 03:29 PM

          I purchased a Nubra for some of my dresses I took on our honeymoon...not a big fan. I need more under support. The Nubra just kind of pulled my boobs together but they stayed too low for my taste. I felt uncomfortable. Also, with a thin fabric you could totally see the outline of the thing. Not pretty in my opinion. I'm a large C/small D, so maybe I'm just over the max load.

          #16 LCBride2007

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            Posted 23 January 2008 - 03:34 PM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by Christa
            I purchased a Nubra for some of my dresses I took on our honeymoon...not a big fan. I need more under support. The Nubra just kind of pulled my boobs together but they stayed too low for my taste. I felt uncomfortable. Also, with a thin fabric you could totally see the outline of the thing. Not pretty in my opinion. I'm a large C/small D, so maybe I'm just over the max load.
            I'm with ya here. I only wear them with a halter type top, one that kind of pulls me up w/o the bra help. The Nubra cups are really there so you don't see nipples - and you're right, it can pull you in some too, just not up.




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