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Bullet bra's???
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Anyone like the vintage look of bullet bra's? I just love that look Smile
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#2
Yes I also crave it , it is unfortunate that there not popular in fashion now
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(27-12-2018, 12:21 PM)michelle street Wrote: Yes I also crave it , it is unfortunate that there not popular in fashion now


I like them as well.
They are still obtainable but pricey. Just search fleabay for bullet bra:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/030-timeless-...lG1QlrTQOQ
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(27-12-2018, 10:58 AM)alyssa_c Wrote: Anyone like the vintage look of bullet bra's? I just love that look Smile


Truecorset.com
They ain't cheap either!
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Yes, original bullet bras turn up on eBay, but they usually want a lot for them. This has always been my favorite type of bra. It one reason I love watching almost any contemporary movie from the 1950s or early '60s. The bullet bra was probably designed for wearing with sweaters with the intent of celebrating the glory of the breast in all it's magnificence.

Now that you mention it, buying one has always been on my want list. I'll have to pick one up sometime. There are a number of neo-vintage online shops that sell new versions, though they're not terribly cheap, either. Here's a nice UK shop that has a great page about wearing them: https://www.whatkatiedid.com/pages/all-a...ullet-bras.
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(02-01-2019, 07:14 PM)Wannabe Wrote: Yes, original bullet bras turn up on eBay, but they usually want a lot for them. This has always been my favorite type of bra. It one reason I love watching almost any contemporary movie from the 1950s or early '60s. The bullet bra was probably designed for wearing with sweaters with the intent of celebrating the glory of the breast in all it's magnificence.

Now that you mention it, buying one has always been on my want list. I'll have to pick one up sometime. There are a number of neo-vintage online shops that sell new versions, though they're not terribly cheap, either. Here's a nice UK shop that has a great page about wearing them: https://www.whatkatiedid.com/pages/all-a...ullet-bras.


I have tried wearing a bullet bra. Unless you have massive boobs, they don't work!

The straps are very wide set and slip down easily. The bra cups provide little support, even with the conical inserts. Even with my perky nipples, I was lost inside the cups, and got no uplift. 

I am a modest 38B, but I think you need to be 38 DD or 38F to fill one!
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Thanks for the hands-on review, Valerie.
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