Post # 1
I have a low back on my wedding dress. I could wear a backless bra converter or a stick-on bra like nu-bra (the light, thin fabric one…not the thick heavy jelly one). I’ve never tried either so which way should I go?
My concerns are comfort, lift and durablity.
I’m not a big fan of bras in the first place. They just feel so restrictive around my torso (even the looser ones) I’m a 34B so I can get away without one sometimes. It’s a white dress though and I wouldn’t mind a little extra lift that day. So these are my options. If any of you have tried both can you weigh in on which would be better? Thanks!!
Post # 3
I like the stick on bras better. I actually do not find the jelly ones that heavy. And they do lift when you clasp them together.
Post # 4
i would go for the stick on myself. I tried the jelly ones with a backless top on a night out once….got hot and sweaty and the bloody things kept slipping off lol.
wouldnt think the fabric ones would do that though
Post # 5
Okay, I am pretty sure I’ve worn every converter/ sticky bra available. The Nu Bra has its pros and cons. The con is, it doesn’t really lift. Yes, even though it has the clasp in the front, the clasp doesn’t really do much. It pulls your two boobs together but it doesn’t actually lift them. Lifting is what straps do and since there are no straps on a stick on bra, there really isn’t any lift. You’re small so maybe you don’t really need lift. The nice thing about the NuBra is, it is squishy so it feels real and I think it looks real under your clothes. If you aren’t worried about cleavage or your boobs hanging then go with the NuBra but if you’re looking for something to give you a push up and some cleavage then I don’t think the Nubra is for you. You know, you could always sew some cups into the dress if you think that would be easier. I don’t know how loose your dress is though. If you sew the cups in and they’re not stuck to you somehow, you could move and your boobs may not follow.