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The bras looks so comfy and I am tempted to order but wonder if they will be warm to wear, especially in the upcoming summer months. Anyone have these and what has been your experience?

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@tinker1121  Sorry I don't own this particular bra though it does look very comfortable.  I do wear a lot of Spanx cami's though and have to say I live in them.  Also I buy from the Spanx website as it is free shipping and your order comes with a 10% off coupon for the next time.  If you try them just be sure to follow the size chart to the T and you should be fine.

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I really want to give these a whirl, too. Fingers crossed they are colorfast and without a chemical odor.
So, I need guidance from you Spanx fans. What size should I order if Im 39 D? My midriff measures 31-32”.
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A bra you slip on over your head? NO THANK U! How comfortable is that?

 

I wear Spanx bras that open in the front to work out it and have for years. It's called the bra-lleujah. Here's my 2 cents: This bra works for me but it does ride up and needs to be pulled down. It isn't a cool feeling bra, if that's what you are asking.

 

 

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HELP PLEASE>>>>>>>>>>>>>I'd like to know if Spanx has more support than the Rhonda Shear Ahh bra that is sold at HSN.  I ordered the TS from HSN a couple of weeks ago.....no support, plenty of bounce and a dreaded uniboob.  Returned them ASAP.  

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@bonappetit wrote:

A bra you slip on over your head? NO THANK U! How comfortable is that?

 

I wear Spanx bras that open in the front to work out it and have for years. It's called the bra-lleujah. Here's my 2 cents: This bra works for me but it does ride up and needs to be pulled down. It isn't a cool feeling bra, if that's what you are asking.

 

 


@bonappetit 

That's my thought, too. I tried on a similar bra at Soma and it was such a PITA to get on & off that I said forget it!

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I have a bunch of Rhonda Shears ahh bras, and they are ok. I don't wear them a lot, no support, and hot in summer.  Im curious about theSpanx version... Are they really any different?  Maybe better support?  But maybe too hot for summer?  I may try them.  These bras don't pull on over your head, you step in and pull-up.  Thoughts? 

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I wear the TSV Spanx bra as my every day bra and I step into it and pull up. I follow the Spanx size chart and find the sizing to be correct but the bra can feel a little tight at first but loosens up in a few days.  I can't say that I've noticed them being overly warm but I'm not warm blooded.  I have worn the Rhonda Shear bras and they are smiliar. I prefer the Spanx version because it doesn't roll up on me and some of the Rhonda Shear bras did.  

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Summertime ,you need cotton in bras.

When you lose some one you L~O~V~E, that Memory of them, becomes a TREASURE.
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@bonsppetite. You DO NOT pull them over your head. You step in them and pull them up. They said that in every presentation.