Women started becoming more comfortable with their sexuality in the late 1980’s and early 1990‘s brought on changes on the fashion front. Feminine clothing and wearing more lingerie became very popular. When the Wonderbra was introduced in 1994, it was one of the most anticipated moments in the history of underwear. People were lining up to become a Wonderbra Model.
Louis Poirer for Canadelle, a Canadian lingerie company in 1964 was creator of Wonderbra.
There are 54 Wonderbra design elements, they support and lift the bust line and gives a deep-plunging, pushed-together look.
In U.S. advertisements of Wonderbra, it was at times very controversial and needed to be toned down from the U.K. Campaigns. They showed a Wonderbra Model wearing just a Wonderbra. The slogan underneath read: “Who Cares if it’s a Bad Hair Day”, and “ Look Me in the Eyes and Tell Me You Love Me”.
A yellow card was included in the first Wonderbra packages that said, “The One and Only Wonderbra”. A Wonderbra Model along with packages of Wonderbra’s had to be delivered by caravans of armored cars and limousines with security guards and body guards in them. Sales went way beyond expectations from the beginning.
The Wonderbra design includes five design elements: Removable, contoured pads these give maximum volume and lift. They are contoured and can be removed which evens out the bust line shape. Back Support: The back of the Wonderbra provides maximum control and uplift. The original gate back and full power netting help keep bra cups in place and gives you the maximum cleavage. Adjustable non-stretch straps help keep your clothes in place. Convertible straps allow you to change from halter-top or low-back styles. Three part cup construction: Three separate pieces make up each cup which gives you a natural looking silhouette. A precision angled back with under wire cups: This is Wonderbra’s key to achieving deep, dramatic cleavage and gives the “Plunge and Push Effect”.
Support and comfort are important when choosing a bra. Over 80% of women wear the wrong size bra. Go to a lingerie store for a professional bra measuring to get an accurate bra size. You may be surprised to find out instead of a 36C you’re really a 38D, etc. If your cups are running over or your band is riding up in the back it is a pretty sure bet you are in the wrong bra size. This can make your clothing look bunchy and your bust line look smashed or uneven. The right fit and right bra size is the best way to feel and look better in all your clothing and lingerie. It will also give your confidence a boost along with your bust line.
If you want to lift and enhance your bust line and have great cleavage, then any of Wonderbra lingerie is for you. Be your own Wonderbra model and try all types on to see which suits you best. Once you try a Wonderbra you’ll be hooked.