Zebra four-way deep-v push up bra by Baci - review by sktb0007

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Aren't You Supposed To Be Pushing Them Up?

The Four-Way Deep-V Push Up Bra by Baci is mediocre in quality and fails at "pushing up". I've given the bra a 2 out of 5 rating because while the bra is comfortable, you're not getting what you're expecting. Firstly, when I buy a push up bra, it better darn well push them up- but it didn't. Secondly, you really only get 3 comfortable ways to wear the bra, not 4. Lastly, the quality is not what I would have expected from the Baci brand.
Published:
Pros:
comfortable, 4 ways to wear the bra, variety of sizes and colours, width is adjustable.
Cons:
no silicone trim inside of cups, padding is barely there, does not "push up", quality is mediocre.
Rating by reviewer:
2
extremely useful review
The Four-Way Deep-V Push Up Bra by Baci is available in a few different colours/patterns. The bra is available in zebra print, leopard print/pink, solid black, and solid white. The sizes available are from 32A-38DD. I purchased the zebra print bra in size 38C.

The bra arrived in a clear plastic bag with the company name all over it. The bag also had a sticker on it stating the company name, product name, size, and material composition. The bra sits inside of the bag with a bit of tissue paper in the cups. The bra has a cardboard tag attached to it stating the same information as the sticker on the bag, along with a couple photos of a model wearing the bra. It’s not the most attractive looking packaging but it protects the bra from getting dirty when stocked in a warehouse and during shipping. I would not recommend using the bag for storing the bra when it’s not being worn. I just keep my bra in a dresser drawer.

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The bra is 90% polyester and 10% spandex. The band around the back of the bra and the shoulder straps are very stretchy. The cups are white with black zebra print and the rest of the bra is black in colour. I’ve taken a few measurements of the bra but if you require additional measurements, I’d be happy to get them for you.

Shoulder Straps
Adjustable length: 8-14 inches
Width: just under 5/8 of an inch

Bra
Cup length: 7 inches
Cup width: 8 inches
Distance between cups (at bottom band): ½ inch
Length of band (taken down centre back): 2 ¼ inches

The bra has hook and eye closures at the centre back. There are three rows of eyes with 3 eyes in each row. The distance between each row is ½ an inch. When the bra is undone, laying flat, the width of the entire band measures in at approximately 28 inches. The bra has underwire in the cups and has padding, though the padding is quite thin.

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The shoulder straps are detachable, which allows the wearer to choose how the straps are worn with the bra (or if they’re even worn at all). The bra doesn’t come with instructions on the four different ways to wear it but on the cardboard tag, there are a couple photos. The first way to wear the bra is the normal, everyday style. In this case, the strap connected to the front of the bra on the left side, would connect to the back of the bra on the left side as well.

The second way to wear the bra is having the straps criss-cross at the back. In this case, the strap that connects to the left side at the front would go around to connect to the right side of the back of the bra, and vice versa. The third photo shows the bra being worn in a halter style. This means that the straps go behind the neck. I’m not completely sure how everyone does this, but what I did was connect the two straps at the centre behind my neck. So you’d connect both straps to the front like normal, and than instead of hooking the straps to the back of the bra, you’d hook them together behind your neck.

The last way to wear the bra I assume would be strapless. There are only three photos on the cardboard tag so I had to make an educated guess for the fourth way of wearing it. This is pretty self-explanatory- you wear the bra without the straps.

The straps are adjustable in length (see measurements above) so all of the ways to wear the bra can be done comfortably, which is of course, not including the last option. Wearing the bra without straps is not very comfortable in my opinion. The bra does not have any silicone trim along the edges of the cups. With the shape of these cups, you’ll need to have some double-sided tape available or a similar item if you want to wear the bra strapless. This really isn’t a big deal to me because I have good strapless bras already, but there should have been silicone trim in the cups if they wanted to say that this is the fourth wearing option.

The quality of the bra is mediocre. There were quite a few little loose strands of thread in different places of the bra. There was also a bit of fraying to the material along the trim of the band. The flaws were small but they are definitely there. I think my largest issue was with the fact that this bra is considered a “push up” piece.
Experience
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This bra will NOT push anything up. This really disappointed me because when I buy push-up bras, I expect my chest to be pushed up and look good. Sadly, this bra did neither for me.

I’ve taken a few comparison photos with 2 of my other bras. Both other bras are size 38C as well. The other Zebra Print bra that is pictured is from La Senza and was a little over $20. The other bra with the polka dots I believe was around $4.00 on clearance at Giant Tiger. In the photo you can see that the Baci bra cups are much rounder and fuller at the top area of the bra. This can be a good or bad thing depending on what you’re looking for. Personally, I don’t like it because it’s too wide at the top area. The cups end up poking out at the top from beneath my shirt. It also covers too much of my chest when it’s supposed to be pushing them up.

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The second comparison photo is with the zebra print bra from La Senza. Sorry about the bras having similar patterns but the La Senza bra is my best push up bra so I thought it would make for a good comparison. In the photo below, you can see that the cups to the La Senza bra look like they’d cover a heck of a lot more chest than the Baci bra. This isn’t the case though because the La Senza bra is a push up bra with ridiculously thick padding at the bottom of the cups. This thick padding is what your chest sits on in the bra, giving them a much fuller look. The quality of the Baci bra is similar to the $4.00 bra I purchased, except that when I purchased the polka dot bra, there were no frays/loose threads to it. The Baci bra does not even compare to my La Senza bra.

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Even though the bra does not push your chest up like it should, the material to the bra is comfortable against the skin. I don’t have any complaints of the material being bothersome while wearing it. The care tag states that the bra should be hand washed in warm water and line dried. The bra should not be bleached.
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My Zebra four-way deep-v push up bra tags
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Anyone
    • Can be worn during intercourse
    • Can be worn under clothing
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
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    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Breasts
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Comments
  • CountryPrincess
    CountryPrincess  
    Thank you so much for your great review!! Sorry it turned out to not be the best bra
  • sktb0007
    sktb0007  
    Thanks hun : )
  • iabicpl09
    iabicpl09  
    Thank you
  • sktb0007
    sktb0007  
    You're welcome iambicpl
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