Photo via Dorotheas Closet
After decades of near-obscurity (at least among the less lingerie-addicted of us), the wrapped style of that classic Kestos bralette is back in season. In many ways, this was the original convertible bra, the wrapped band allowed for wearing with the low-backed fashions that were popular in the 1930s. And in a random bit of trivia, Kestos was the first bra manufacturer to make styles with separated cups. I quite like the aesthetic of this bra, and Im happy to see it making a comeback. What do you think?
For more about the Kestos bralette, check out Layla Lobattis post for Lingerie Briefs and Dollhouse Betties blog on the Kestos brassiere.
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The Loved One She Should Have Stayed in Bed Bralette $38.00
Nasty Gal Wrapped in Love Lace Bralette $30.00 (affliate link)
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Gooseberry Intimates Shine Wrap Bra $69.95
Author: Cora Harrington