Backless Plunge Bodysuit size 32

This item is available for purchase here, and it comes in beige and black.

 

I bought this specifically to wear underneath maxi dresses, since I don’t have any suitable strapless bras. Since its starting to get really hot, a strapless bra is a necessity. I realize that wearing a bodysuit underneath a dress may not be the best solution during a very hot day, but it’s better than not having anything.

 

The bodysuit

There is a small clear removable piece in the middle, although I’m not sure if you’d want to remove it

The inner part of the cup

There are notches on the side, so the straps can be worn in different spots

The back has very little material

The crotch closes with a 3×3 hook and eye closure

I do want to point out that there was 3 black dots on one of the clear straps

Worn regularly

The cups initially look okay

but there’s some space between my skin and the cups

After a lot of swooping and scooping

The side view

Back view

Sorry for all the tattoo coverings.

Seeing as how none of you know me, you don’t know that my behind is not as long as it looks in this picture.

My butt starts where my fingers/hands are

Ideally I’d want the bodysuit to be lower like this (below), but it was very loose in the front at my crotch

Without the straps

Worn as a halter style:

With a maxi dress on:

The back

When I stand a certain way, you can see the outline of the bodysuit

Maxi dress without the bodysuit

 

The review:

I chose to go with the 32 because it was the smallest size, and most likely to fit me height wise. Going based off the measurement chart, I’d need a 36. The measurements are very small. The measurements I’ve taken are as follows:

  • total length- 18.5 inches
  • width directly below the wires- 11 inches
  • longest strap length- 15 inches
  • wire width- 5 inches
  • cup height- 5.75 inches
  • cup depth- 6.5 inches
  • wire length- 5.5 inches

 

I wore this long enough to get some pizza. For 2 reasons- 1, it was not that warm out today. According to the clock in my bedroom it was 71°, but it was a lot colder outside, so I’d say it was around 55°. It was also raining. 2- this was not very comfortable.

I just want to say, that I am 5 foot tall, so I was happy that this bodysuit wasn’t crazy long on me. I do think because if the length of this it may be too short from someone that’s tall- it may be too short if you’re over 5’5. The width if the bodysuit was perfect, except for about 2-3 inches below the cups.

The 3 row & column hook and eye closure was not a good idea for this. As you can see from the pics above, my thighs touch. There is a very very small space between my thighs at the top. Because my thighs are so close, the closure kept rubbing against my thighs when I was walking. It was a slight irritation- enough the I couldn’t forget that I was wearing it, but it didn’t drive me crazy. I think if you don’t have thighs that touch, it may not be an issue for you. The last time I wore a bodysuit was when I was in high school, in the late 90s, and the bodysuit had snaps at the crotch.

When I first looked at the cups, I thought there was a good amount of pprojection, but it’s at the apex and not at the wire. It felt like there was immediate projection, until I vigorously swooped and scooped.

The wires on this bodysuit do not completely rest on my skin. Probably half of the wire rests on my skin. I think a big part of that is because there’s no actual band to keep the cups close to the skin. In the pictures where I have it as a halter, I did put the second strap across the back, to act as the band, it did feel a little more secure.

 

This cannot be worn as a strapless unless the top part of your dress/top is very tight and will keep it in place. ¡It does not stay up on its own!

 

I would not recommend this if:

  • You’re very tall
  • You have very shallow breasts
  • You have a narrow space between your thighs
  • You need a lot of support for your breasts

Here is a link to the dress. It is the perfect length for us shorter gals.

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