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Product Review: Body Wrap Shapewear


A few months ago I was sent a black leotard with built in under wire bra from Body Wrap Shape Wear. I am not sure why I put the review off. I usually love leotards, but it sat on my “To-Do” rack for awhile. The rack also holds recent fashion purchases for myself and this weeks purchases for clients. They are separated by rack dividers.

Last week I finally decided to throw on the bodysuit from Body Wrap Sheer Iridesscent collection. My initial response was surprise. It is very easy to get into. This is extremely unusual for shape wear. Next I noticed the excellent  quality. The fabric is soft, thin and strong and the the crotch opening is flat and undetectable. This is a must in my leotard book. Nothing worse then having a weird crotch opening that pokes you in the hoo-ha and fights your pants. 

Then I responded to the fit. The shapewear leotard is very sexy and fit my breasts perfectly. I have never been more excited about my breasts in a bra. They didn’t push them up or together. They just cupped them perfectly where they stood. I felt amazing all day. I was constantly peeking down my shirt. I can’t explain to you how sensual it looked. I can’t really show you either becasue pictures of my breasts have no place on my blog.


Then came the effectiveness. As true shape wear, it did not do so too much, hence the ease of climbing into it. Yes, it certainly smoothed my body, but it did very little to actually hold any fat in. My lower belly sticks out and it continues to stick out in this leotard. Also, it cut into the cheeks of my bum to reveal a panty line through my leggings. In the particular outfit I wore with it, my sheer top was long enough to cover it, but I don’t care for panty lines. Overall, If you want a slight smoothing of the body in a very sexy leotard, I say yes. If you are looking for hold-that-fat-in shape wear, stick to more tradtional options.


Leotard: Body Wrap Shapewear

Leggings: H&M

Sandals: Enzo Angiolini

My product reviews are my honest and personal opinion. I never accept payment for product reviews although I am given the sample to keep. If I am sent something that is unimpressive or boring I don’t write about it.

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