Do your post-baby breasts look a tad bit deflated? Could the Victoria's Secret Very Sexy Push-Up Bra be your answer?
VS officials want you to know why their most recent fashion show was such a big hit with audiences. No, it wasn’t the starvation diets their models followed before they walked down the runway; those media reports now denied. Rather it was the hot mamas hired to strut their stuff in front of an estimated 10.4 million television viewers. Nursing mother and VS Angel Miranda Kerr didn’t need a $2.5 million bra to make her breasts look great. She could thank the miracle of lactation for giving them a boost.
And what new mom wouldn’t want to climb out of the trenches of dirty diapers, sleepless nights, and spit up stains on her clothes to look amazing in her underwear? I, for one, was never tall and thin so I hardly expected to look like a VS Angel after childbirth. But I did long to trade in my worn out nursing bras for some feminine and—yes---sexy replacements.
That’s the test I hoped the Victoria’s Secret Very Sexy Push-Up Bra would pass when I asked Breast Life Brigade tester Aimee, to try one on for size. Here’s her review:
After having two kids and nursing, this bra is godsend. Its “push up” design gives me the lift that I've lost and gives my breasts that shape that I've always wanted. It's a perfect fit for me. I always had problems with my straps never staying on my shoulders but it hasn't been a problem since I've been wearing this bra. The way it fits is fantastic and the way it looks on me is also FANTASTIC if I do say so myself (my husband says so too!). I can't believe I've waited this long to find the right bra.
Both a proper bra fitting and the VS patented Gel Curve technology were responsible for Aimee's perkier profile. There's no more heavy lifting to do when breasts can rest on soft, pliable padding.
Warning: Victoria’s Secret bras aren’t made for every woman’s body, post-pregnancy or otherwise. As their parent company name implies, the brand is Limited, both in size and in variety of styles. If your boobs are bigger than a D or DD, you'll want to shop elsewhere. If you’ve lost the “muffin-top” to your breasts (as I did), you may find a better fit in fabric and lace, rather than the typical molded contour number manufactured by Victoria’s Secret.
The bottom line when it comes to your chest? There is a bra out there that will make you feel feminine, sexy, and well-supported. And that’s the real secret to finding and living your breast life.
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