In the mail the other day I received a package. Before said package was sent to me, I was very worried about it because of my modest nature. I didn’t think I would have the courage to write about the items in said package.
But today, I’m sucking it up and writing a review for my new intimate apparel items from Barely There.
Normally, I buy all of my underneath clothing from Victoria’s Secret. I’ve been shopping there for years so I know what I like and my sizes for everything. I was interested in the items from Barely There to see how they compare to what I’m used to wearing.
The 4 items they sent me were:
1) Invisible Look Bra (underwire) Retails for $35
This bra is comfortable although it’s not as invisible as I would like it to be. Seam lines show unless I’m wearing 2 shirts (which to be honest, I do quite often).
2) Ribbed A-shirt Retails for $26
Love this tank top as it’s perfect for layering which as I already mentioned I do a lot of.
3) CustomFlex Fit Panty Retails for 3/$25
Comfortable and no lines. What more can you ask for?
4) CustomFlex Fit Bra (wireless) Retails for $29-$34
My new go-to for wearing camping and around the house on weekends because it has enough support without the underwire.
My favorite thing about the CustomFlex Fit Bra was that I didn’t have to try and figure out what size to order. Barely There has this size lookup chart so instead of having to pick a cup and band size, you pick between X-Small and X-Large. Very easy.
And because I didn’t want to leave this post with just stock pictures, here’s me wearing the tank top and the invisible bra (but with other clothes, too).
Overall, I’m happy with the items and like them just as much as what I buy from Victoria’s Secret (except for the one little complaint I mentioned above).
The Barely There intimate apparel items can be found at stores such as JcPenney, Macy’s, and Kohl’s (check out there Where To Buy page for more locations). Also, look for the company on Facebook and Twitter to see what they have going on.
So tell me my friends, what product from Barely There would you like to try and would you be brave enough to blog about them?
Note, I was provided the items mentioned above by Barely There but I did not receive compensation. All opinions are my own as well the decision to use stock images for the products. You’re welcome.
Before, during, and after the writing of this post I may or may not have had some of the drinks from this Collection of 4th of July cocktails we have featured at One Martini.