I think every woman can agree that it is hard to find the perfect bra. I shared 5 tips for bra shopping, but sometimes I still end up with that pesky back fat or bulges. Soma has created the solution for women of all shapes and sizes! Introducing the NEW Soma Vanishing 360 bra and panty. This new line is life changing! Soma is where I always find the perfect bra to wear with any outfit and still look great.
Let’s be honest, what you wear underneath your clothes determines how your clothes will look and feel. You may be wondering how the new Soma Vanishing 360 line bras are different than the Vanishing Back and Vanishing Edge collections. The Vanishing 360 Bra has the same back and side smoothing technology as the original Vanishing Back, but now includes new ultra-thin padding for that disappearing neckline. The bras come in sizes 32A-44G, which is every available Soma size. There are three styles to choose from: Perfect Coverage, Perfect Coverage Front Close, and Unlined Front Close. The Perfect Coverage neckline is brand new to Soma. It’s less coverage than the traditional full coverage, but more than a demi coverage. This makes it a great bra to wear underneath blouses like this animal print top or this TopShop blouse.
The Vanishing 360 Panty is another addition to the new Soma line. These come in four styles: hipster, modern brief, thong and tanga. They are created with a 4-way stretch fabric, which makes them feel like you aren’t wearing anything! The raw cut edges make it so that the panties lay flat against your skin and don’t give you any of those panty lines; even in tight clothing! They are great to wear under jeans, leggings and dresses. The exposed spandex at the rear is what makes these panties stay put all wear long. They don’t use any silicone, which is a huge plus for most women. I’m wearing the new bra an panty with the outfit in today’s post. If the outfit looks familiar, you saw it here first.
I can’t wait for you to try the NEW Soma Vanishing 360 line and let me know what you think!
xoxo – Tanya
Photo: Audrie Dollins