Barely There Invisible Look Underwire Review



Reviewers rave about this seamless, tagless bra, saying it's true to size and so comfortable you forget you're wearing it. It has convertible camisole-style straps that you can crisscross to keep it hidden under certain tops.

This bra (style No. 4104) earns top praise from consumers for flawless fit and comfort. Women posting Barely There Invisible Look Underwire reviews at Kohl's say the bra is true to size, the straps stay in place, and the underwire is flexible and comfortable. In reviews at both One Hanes Place and Amazon, other consumers report that this seamless bra is -- true to its name -- invisible under clothing and provides ample support.

The Barely There Invisible Look Underwire (starting at $18, Amazon) makes a versatile everyday bra because the traditional camisole straps are convertible -- they crisscross in the back -- so you can wear the bra under a variety of tops. This standard bra is made of nylon and spandex, a mix that retains its shape after stretching and holds up well wash after wash, according to a Barely There Invisible Look Underwire review by testers at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. The bra has foam-molded cups for added support and is not only seamless but also tagless. It comes in sizes 34A-D, 36A-D, 38B-D, 40B-D, so women who wear DD or higher will have to look to one of our other picks. It comes with two hooks in the back (three on larger sizes) and three sets of eyes. The bra comes in a variety of colors, including black, white, taupe, and pink.

Barely There Invisible Look Underwire reviews overwhelmingly praise the comfort and support this bra provides. Women appreciate that it can be worn under almost any top and seems designed to last. This is a solid choice for women seeking a durable, comfortable everyday bra.

Raechel Conover

Raechel Conover is a freelance writer whose work has appeared on Yahoo, blogs, and other websites. She's a self-confessed shopaholic and frugal mom, always scouring the sale and clearance racks for deals and taking full advantage of free community activities and events with her husband and young sons.

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