SPANX 013 Bra-llelujah Comfort Bra Reviews
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SPANX Bra-llelujah Comfort Bra 013 Reviews

Bra-llelujah Comfort Bra
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rating Size: 36A/B

I felt that the bra had no support. I am unhappy with the product. Hanna from NY
  • Posted: August, 2007
rating Size: 36C/D

The bra was comfortable but very unflattering to my figure. It rolled up on the bottom and had no support on the sides. It reminded me of wearing a sport bra but much more expensive. Robin from Gilroy, CA USA
  • Posted: July, 2007
Size: 36C/D

The bra did not have the support I need. elizabeth from st cloud mn usa
  • Posted: July, 2007
rating Size: 42 B/C

Absolutely love this bra. Your first wearing you tug it into place, pulling up in the front and down in the back, lifting your breasts into the cup and it stays that way!! So soft and comfy. Love the wide straps. And I disagree that it isn't very sexy. I love the way it looks....very sleek! Kathleen from Bay City Michigan
  • Posted: July, 2007
rating Size: 36C/D

Felt great for the first hour...then the underband rolled up and the back kept creeping up to my shoulders. Probably would be very comfortable for someone in smaller sizes.

HerRoom Response: All your symptoms point to the size you ordered being too large.

Anon
  • Posted: July, 2007
rating Size: 36C/D

Very comfortable. Not very sexy, though. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: July, 2007
rating Size: 40 D/DD

I'm actually a 39-C/D and I ordered the 40 D/DD to be on the safe side. I have several Sassybax and thought this might be the same idea in a softer material. While it is definitely a nicer material and the straps lie flat and stay up (a problem with the Sassybax), this is not engineered for a mature figure or large breasts. The undercup band rolled up all around, and it gave me a flat, odd shape. There is no real underarm support and the band across the back is too narrow not to form a bulge above it. This is a great bra for a young woman with little body fat and small breasts. As advertised, it is very comfortable!

HerRoom Response: Your symptoms are all indicators that you ordered the bra too large - rolling, back fat, sagging. Your size should have been a 38D/DD or 38C/D. Susan from Pennsylvania

  • Posted: June, 2007
rating Size: 40 D/DD

I ordered another wireless bra from this site and it was a bit too big, but the Spanx bra is incredible. It's extremely comfortable and provides a really nice shape without the wires, clasps, and everything that makes a regular bra annoying. Kristie from Huntsville TX
  • Posted: May, 2007
rating Size: 38 D/DD

Comfortable, does the job without hooks and wires. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 38 B/C

comfortable feeling Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 34C/D

COMFORT BEYOND COMPARE! GREAT SUPPORT IF YOU'RE NOT TOO BIG AND DROOPY. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 38 D/DD

I would suggest buying this bra 2 sizes larger than your current size. Runs small. Jen from Hemet/CA
  • Posted: February, 2007
rating Size: 40 D/DD

They should not even SELL any size larger than a B cup. Absolutely no support for fuller sizes. Rides up the back and sags in the front if you are large breasted and flattens your breasts to an odd shape. I love my Spanx Power Panties, but this was a waste of money. Nice idea that works exclusively for smaller busts. CB from Olympia, WA
  • Posted: January, 2007
rating Size: 34A/B

While it was quite comfortable, this was the most unflattering bra I think I have ever tried on. It basically mashed my breasts flat, but also caused them to bulge strangely at the sides. It was like an extremely comfortable, light-support sports bra. I was disappointed because I have other products by Spanx that I like a lot. I would recommend this bra for relatively small-breasted women who want comfort and don't really care about shape. Nina from Boston, MA
  • Posted: May, 2006
rating Size: 42 D/DD

True, it's comfy, but it definitely lacks support for fuller bustlines. It offers a bit of lift, but not as much as a conventional bra, and the fabric seem to stretch as the day goes on, so by late in the day, you're definitely lower than you were starting out. There is no cup shaping to speak of: your natural shape is what you'll have with it on. I would say that this bra is most comparable to a "night"/light-support bra instead of a full-fledged daytime wardrobe staple. I liked the idea of having no "hook syndrome" from behind, but the smoothness there doesn't justify having my bustline left largely unsupported from up front. (HerRoom Response: This bra is more appropriate for A-C cup sizes.) Amy W. from Rochester, NY
  • Posted: March, 2006
rating Size: 40 D/DD

I was so amazed with this bra! I decided to try it when I pulled a ligament in my shoulder and was having trouble hooking/unhooking my regular bra and pulling it on and off. A friend told me about Bra-llelujah so I got one. It was so easy to put on and it felt so good. I was surprised by the support that it gives with no hardware. I'm a convert! I used it traveling and it didn't pinch or leave marks on my body after sitting in one position for 5 hours. The designers of this bra were definitely thinking comfort AND support. Highly recommend giving it a try....especially if you are experiencing any kind of limitations due to arthritis, injuries, or other. Ruth from AZ
  • Posted: September, 2005
rating Size: 36A/B

This bra is fairly comfortable, and has more support than you might think for being completely without hardware. Some caveats: 1.The seams in back are somewhat prominent and itchy. 2.The bottom tends to roll up in front. 3.It would fit me better if it had a slightly higher neckline. Irene from Texas
  • Posted: September, 2005
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