Post # 1
I’m on the hunt for a longline bra to wear under my dress! It has a low back and is a fit n flare so I want the added comfort and support of a longline bra. Not to mention the added push for the girls;)
So tell me, where did you get yours?
Bonus points if you leave a link to it! Thanks ladies:)
Post # 3
Having similar issues right now – I am probably going with this one:
Or this one:
This one also seems to get good reviews:
Worth mentioning that if you go to the Bare Necessities website instead of ordering through Amazon you can get them for about 20% cheaper. Macy’s also offers a couple of these for slightly more expensive, but they do offer free returns if you do it in store. I got the Va Bien one and found it slightly larger than expected in the cups so I returned it and ordered one a size down.
Post # 4
I haven’t picked mine out yet, BUT I got a great tip from the store where I get all my bras! I was getting fitted and I mentioned that I’d need to pick out a dress soon. The woman who was helping me showed me a standard bustier with a straight across back, and said to keep the top three to four hooks undone, and tuck them under. You still get your support, but it creates a V line instead of a straight line. No “back fat” look, and it’ll work under dresses with a slight V in the back!
Post # 5
thanks for the responses! And I never thought of just using a regular one tucked in. Genius!
Post # 6
@LivingInPink99: I had the hugest trouble with a bra. Like it was probably the most stressful thing about the wedding so far. Davids bridal, I wont even go into detail w/ that experience. I ended up getting a great one from Dillards for about $60, just a normal (but amazing) strapless bra. If the fit is right, you shouldnt need a long line bra and the girls will not go anywhere and you can wear it again and again. (But, then during my final fitting we learned that the seamstress took the dress in too much, so I wont be wearing the bra. So much boob drama.)