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Victoria’s Secret T-Shirt Bra: Review

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Emerson chapter.

There are many wardrobe pieces I own that I simply cannot live without. My Madewell boyfriend jeans, Patagonia fleece, Sam Edelman Petty booties, and Dolce Vita LBD are up there on my list of favorites. I never thought I’d be adding a bra to that list. Now that I own the T-Shirt Bra from Victoria’s Secret, my idea of a comfy bra and what makes a valuable wardrobe staple has changed.

If the promo commercial of Behati Prinsloo smiling and laughing wasn’t even to sell you on this bra (I mean, if it’s good enough for Adam Levine’s fiancé, then why not—right?), then the fit definitely will. I’ll admit, I was skeptical at first. Everyone was talking about this bra and giving it rave reviews, but maybe it was too good to be true. When I first tried it on it definitely was comfortable and looked great under my favorite tee. It was comfy enough and I had a VS coupon, so I brought the bra home with me. I didn’t completely fall in love until after wearing it for a full day. My favorite part of this bra is the U-shaped back that prevents the band from riding up. I was comfortable and felt confident all day long wearing the T-Shirt Bra. My only regret with this new bra is not purchasing more than one. I find myself grabbing it all the time! It’s definitely a great addition to your lingerie collection.


  • Lightly lined underwire cups
  • Adjustable and convertible to crossback straps
  • U-shaped ballet back
  • 12 colors
  • A-DD cup; 32-38 band size
Erin is now a senior at Emerson College in Boston, MA pursuing a degree in Print & Multimedia journalism. Originally from West Orange, New Jersey, Erin enjoys fashion, baking, hiking, traveling, and sharks. She is currently Co-Campus Correspondent of Emerson's Her Campus branch, and recently worked as an Editorial/Web Production intern and freelancer for Details.com at Conde Nast in New York City. Follow her on Twitter @appenzo.