Glamorise Magic Lift Plus Active Support Bra
Finally a bra that does not slip off the shoulders
This bra is WONDERFUL! I have very narrow shoulders and most bras straps fall off so I spend all my time pulling them back up. This bra fits me just right. It is very comfortable and does not slip off the shoulders. It is beautiful and I love it! I would highly recommend it!!
January 29, 2012
It maximizes size appearance
The fit is fine, not too loose or tight, but it maximizes, not minimizes, so my bust looks larger than with any other bra I've tried. (It kind of angles each breast out to the side, hard to explain, but it didn't look good!) It only took me a quick try on to know this wasn't for me! It's on its way back for a refund.
January 7, 2012
Good support, good fit, the straps are killers. These need softer padding that runs completely over the shoulder.
I made the mistake of wearing it all day before I went to the gym. BAD MOVE! BIG dig marks in my shoulders. I'll wear this one to the gym & back!
January 5, 2012
Supportive. Roomy fit. Not much cotton.
Very good support in a non-underwire bra. Seems well-made, with quality fabrics. The cups do have seams (diagonal), but they lay flat and are not irritating.
This bra is described as cotton blend. Be aware that the fabric blend contains more polyester and nylon; much less cotton. Not as much cotton as I had hoped, but the fabric is adequately comfortable. More comfortable than typical support bras.
This 'active' bra is somewhere in between a serious sports bra and a normal, everyday bra. This is not a flimsy leisure-type bra.
About the same time, I ALSO bought a different style, the 'Glamorise Sport Wirefree Bra', style number 18943 . The two styles have similar shapes, but the sizing is different. I am between two sizes. In that Glamorise Sport Wirefree Bra, the fit was extra snug, and I needed the larger band size. This here bra, the Magic Lift Plus Active Support Bra, has a looser fit; the smaller band size fit well. Also, the cup sizes for this bra may be just a little larger than typical.
December 14, 2011