Barely Breezies Twilight Lace Bra

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Decked with a twinkle-flocked velvety flower pattern, this bra gives essential support a flourish of femininity. And thanks to the UltimAir(R) cup sling, it's sure to help you stay cool and dry. From the Barely Breezies(R) Intimates Collection.

  • Twinkle-flocked velvety flower pattern on stretch mesh lace lower cups, back wing, and front shoulder strap; stretch lace top cup and front bottom frame; rhinestone bow center; contrast mesh lace lining
  • 32A-34A, 32B-46B, 32C-48C, 32D-48D, 34DD to 48DD
  • Lace 90% nylon/10% spandex; body 92% nylon/8% spandex; lining 82% nylon/18% spandex; UltimAir cup sling 84% polyester/16% cotton, exclusive of trim
  • Hand wash, line dry
  • Made in China

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Barely Breezies Twilight Lace Bra is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 84.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not happy Love Breezies line but not this one......side panel lace too scratchy...not comfortable to the skin
Date published: 2018-01-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Seaming...Not! I will first say the fit on this bra really works for me. The underwire fits properly, separation of the breast is done right. I am a 36DD and I find this line to be a hit or miss when it comes to sizing. There are so many different styles I do realize the fit will be different but the cup size should be consistent. I don't find that to be true with this brand. But when it fits I love the fit. I have paid up to almost $100 for a bra to get the proper fit. Comfort, support and smoothness under my clothing really matters to me. A bad fitting bra ruins any outfit. That brings me to the front seam, really. A seam going half way up the middle cup of the bra is ridiculous. I am sitting here with a cotton pajama tee on and you can see the seaming. I still wear fitted clothing. This is a very pretty bra and I usually just go for fit so because of the price, less than $20, I went for it. Because of the very visible seam I now have a very pretty, well fit, HOUSE BRA! Is it me or is this unusual, a seam up the front of a bra. I have ordered about 8 bra's in the last year and I have returned 1 and 3 are now HOUSE BRA'S. All were less than $20. Not bad I guess.
Date published: 2018-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful..... And sexy and well made. Hard to find a bra without padding and molded cups. However, I'm a small/ medium C cup. The 32C looks and fits like a 32A! Yikes. I'll have to stick to my tried and true Maidenform stretch lace bra. The price was incredible so it would be ridiculous to return, so I'll donate.
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Beautiful but ill fitting I was attracted to this bra by the look of it. It is quite lovely. I ordered it in my regular size, 38B, and since I ordered another Breezies bra in the same size that did fit, I thought this would be a safe bet. The fit seems to be more in line with a 36B. Uncomfortable. Since I do not believe in returning underwear, this will take up space in my lingerie drawer until I throw it out. Disappointed.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautifully done Just what I was looking for and more. Gorgeous styling and great fit. TY!
Date published: 2016-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great fit this lace bra is beautiful and the fit is terrific as well - i used to purchase breezies all the time when they first came to QVC-don't know why i stopped!
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEAUTIFUL BRA I bought this for a gift (my 95 year old sister). She loves it! She reports that it fits well and that it's a beautiful bra. How can you beat that!!!
Date published: 2015-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from MY FAVORITE BRA, BUT... I like this bra so much that I've bought four of them (at different times), and love wearing them. This Twilight Lace bra is very pretty, very feminine, and the black lace-over-violet cloth is a beautiful combination. Comfort?--well, as comfortable as a bra can be, I suppose. What really makes this bra a standout--literally--is the shape it imparts to my breasts. It brings my boobs *somewhat* to a point, instead of 'smashing' them in, so it makes my B-cups really stand out and get attention. It gives a great shape to me and makes 'the girls' noticeable under my pretty blouses, whether tight-fitting or loose (but especially when wearing a loose-fitting, larger blouse). Something that I like, 'though, and some women may not, is the support this bra gives (or lack thereof). The underwire (which I like, because I don't have to be bothered with the lower band rolling up), does a good job of giving me some lift, but the material of the cup is very soft (which I also like very much) and doesn't do much to hold my breasts steady. When walking up stairs, riding in the car, or sometimes just walking, I can feel my boobs moving, although more side-to-side than up-and-down. I like that feeling myself, since I don't feel it very often with my smaller boobs, but girls with big breasts may not care for that sensation so much. Actually, I'm surprised that any woman with really large breasts would recommend this bra, unless they like showing 'the girls' off (or perhaps the larger sizes of this bra are constructed differently, giving some measure of stability, which my B-size bra mostly lacks). Besides the shape that this bra gives me, the other particular quality that I must mention is that this bra allows my breasts move under my clothing almost as if I were braless, even while having the lift of the underwire. Personally, I'm OK with this combination. Because this bra has soft, thin, material and no padding, it is cooler than many other bras, making it a good choice for hot Florida days. As such, I end up washing it after every wear (by hand), and so far it has been holding up well, and the underwire has not poked through (a problem I've only had with two other bras so far: a cheapie bra that didn't surprise me, and a different model of a Breezies bra (Eclipse). Note that I have several bras and rotate them, so they don't experience as much wear (and washings) as someone who only has a few bras in their dresser. A reminder that the Twilight bra has -no- padding whatsoever, so there can be times when nipples show through; could be a deal-breaker for some. And because the cups are sewn and not molded, there is a vertical seam which runs from the center of the underwire up to the nipple area, and this seam will be visible when wearing thin weaves and tight blouses, so this is not a good t-shirt bra. The straps are thin and comfortable, and are spaced further out like a demi-style bra, so I find myself often tugging them back into place. This is probably the only annoyance when I wear this bra. Lastly, and my only serious gripe about the Twilight bra, is that sizing has been an issue. The first couple that I bought seemed to be spot-on and pretty much matched the sizing of my other bras, but the last couple that I bought had a much smaller band, easily one size smaller than they should have been labeled, although the cups seemed about the same. So I wish Barely Breezies would be more careful in their size labeling, which seems to be a quality control issue with this company, if you've read any other reviews not just for this bra, but several of the Barely Breezies bras. But I liked the too-small bras so much that I use an extender with them and deal with it, but wish I didn't have to.
Date published: 2015-09-06
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