Convertible Strapless Butterfly Bra
As versatile as it is sexy, our Convertible Butterfly Bra can be worn six different ways! The double-back wrap panels conform to your curves for superior support, while eliminating bulges for a smooth, polished look. Bra also features detachable, graduated push-up gel pads, and underwire contour cups. A delicate lace trim and gold butterfly charm is the feminine finishing touch. The Butterfly Bra is exclusive to Ashley Stewart and its flawless fit makes it our most-loved bra. Imported.
- Machine wash cold in a net bag. Hang to dry.
- Cups: 93% polyester 7% spandex; Back Straps: 83% nylon 17% spandex
- Underwire; Each back panel has 4 hook-and-eye closures.
What Other Customers are Saying
Convertible Strapless Butterfly Bra is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by perspicacity from Wanted to love it, but it was awful I needed a new strapless bra for spaghetti strap tanks this summer, and based on the picture, I thought this bra would be a good choice. It's pretty awful. The two bands are very tight. It was a struggle to get the furthest row hooked. The cups are designed to support pendulous breasts only. They are very large and cut very tight onto the chest at the top. My breasts are perky and high, so this cut gave me quadraboob. Not cute. Worse, though, was the extremely poor quality of the stitching on the loops where the straps connect to the cup in front. It sits at the edge of my armpit and is incredibly chafing.
Date published: 2014-04-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by MsKay from Okay; doesn't last long I like the fit of these Butterfly bras, but they don't last long (and I don't put them in a dryer). The wires on all of them come out within a matter of a few months.
Date published: 2014-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by Donna from Got this for my bridal gown The pros: miracle worker no back fat or rolls under arms. The cons: needs two people to put on runs a little snug. I ordered a size larger then my regular size. I wish there were more sizes and it came in a plunge version. overall I still loved
Date published: 2014-03-22