[Guest Post] La Decollette Anti-wrinkle Bra – because I don’t already have enough to worry about

The Anti-Wrinkle Bra

The Anti-Wrinkle Bra

Selina McEntee writes…

When I look at this picture I can’t help but imagine a couple of teenage boys hovering near the lingerie department and sniggering to themselves: “dude, check it out, that dummy’s got her bra on backwards and you can totally see her nipples”.

But what appears at first sight to be a racer-back bra worn backwards (because, you know, that can happen) is actually the La Decollette Anti-Wrinkle Bra, and according to the website when you wear this to bed at night “your breasts are more or less forced to stay in place so no vertical wrinkles will occur and your cleavage will stay smooth”.

Up until this point I was blissfully unaware of the possibility of vertical cleavage wrinkles, now I find myself peering down at my (admittedly rather generous) cleavage at every opportunity, searching for signs of the pesky blighters. I thought I’d found one yesterday – turns out it was just a dog hair.  Ok so I am getting nearer to 40 and my skin is a little more ‘crepey’ than it used to be, but I can’t imagine actually wearing this to bed and I’d rather my breasts weren’t ‘forced’ to do anything thank you very much.  Plus sometimes at the end of the day it’s really nice to just, well, let the girls free quite frankly.  (Admit it ladies, you know exactly what I mean!)

So what about you?  Do you worry about your ‘vertical wrinkles’?  Would you buy this?  If you would it’s 49.95 Euros, available here.

[Selina McEntee writes Pretty Clever.  She spends far too much time looking at pretty things on the internet]

7 Comments

  • December 10, 2009

    rose

    Haha I’ll admit it, I know exactly what you mean! Especially on days when I work a double shift, taking a bra off at the end of a long day is a feeling of relief. Not even to save my cleavage from wrinkles would I wear that bra to bed.

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  • December 10, 2009

    naomi

    I have yet to meet anyone who is attracted to boobs…be they male or female…who would take the time to search for “vertical wrinkles” if presented with some nekkid ones to admire…therefore this item is a big ole fail

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  • December 11, 2009

    Bethany

    Isn’t cleavage one big vertical wrinkle?

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  • December 11, 2009

    Melanthios

    I’m sorry, my back problems (of which my breasts are the sole culprit) are more important than how my cleavage looks.

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  • December 11, 2009

    k

    I can think of only one profession that this would be good for..

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  • December 14, 2009

    charles

    it’s like my mom always says: a sucker is born every minute
    .-= charles´s last blog ..Top 4 Things Getting Me Through Finals Week! =-.

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