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Anais Yasena 3 Piece Cage Cup Bra Set with Metal Ring Detail
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Strap-happy seduction is simple and sexy thanks to this raunchy and revealing set from Anais. With a cage-effect peekaboo bra, strappy suspender belt, and matching minuscule G-string, you've got everything you need to ensnare your lover.
The open cups of the balcony bra are crossed with elasticated bands that meet at a central metal horseshoe ring, framing your nips and leaving the rest of your boobs exposed. Fully adjustable straps and a multi-position hook and eye back mean it's easy to find the perfect fit.
Sitting high on the waist to emphasise the curve of your hips, the suspender belt features the same horseshoe clasp to the centre and 4 clips so you can easily attach some stockings. Tiny satin bows to the top of the straps add a cute touch to the cage-effect of the bands.
The matching G-string is sheer at the centre to show off a hint of your bare skin, with a satin bow that sits above the curve of your bottom. Wear all 3 together with some fishnet stockings, and watch your lover's jaw hit the floor.
- Revealing strappy bra, suspender and G-string set for striking erotic impact
- Bra features underwired cups with central horseshoe ring around the nipples
- Shoulder straps can be readjusted to cross over
- Central silver horseshoe ring to suspender belt frames the belly button
- 4 adjustable suspender straps to belt for adding stockings
- G-string is sheer to show off your bare skin
- Stretch strapping gives a close but comfortable fit
Anais Size Chart
Anais Size UK Dress size Small 8 Medium 10 Large 12 XL 14 2X 16 3X 18 Anais Size US Dress size Small 6 Medium 8 Large 10 XL 12 2X 14 3X 16
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Anais Yasena 3 Piece Cage Cup Bra Set with Metal Ring Detail
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Looking a Little Cagey
Reviewed: 05 March 2016 by KitsiKiki
Product photos are meant to do one or both of two things: make the product look as desirable as possible and demonstrate the product as accurately as possible. Most companies probably favour the former to the latter, especially when the two are directly in conflict with each other.
The official photos you see on this page fulfil the first objective, sacrificing the second to a certain extent. And while I neither appreciate them nor blame them for doing so, I have deducted a point from my rating because of it.
Allow me to explain.
I am 5' 2", 34E usual bra size, and generally wear a size 12 dress comfortably- 10's often fit me too, if they are a loose fit or stretchy material; 14's tend to be a little baggy if they aren't a slimmer-fitting style. I have an off-hourglass/ subtle spoon figure (a little bit bottom heavy, but with full breasts and a tapered waist). With jeans I often have to go for 14-16 to accommodate my hips and bum, though with knickers I prefer a size 12-14. This is relevant, I promise!
Now, since the garter belt is meant to be worn on the natural ('high') waist, I figured a 12 would suit me fine. The size options are numerous and overlapping, at least according to the drop-down box, so I was given a choice of a 10-12 (L) or a 12-14 (XL). I opted for the more generous XL, if only for the presumed extra room in the bra, which I expected to be the more awkward piece in the set for me. No actual in/ cm measurements nor cup size information is given anywhere on the page.
When it arrived I dived right in. The box is a glossy white cardboard with the same product photos as above on the front and back, along with branding and some other info... including measurements in centimetres! Aha! The XL is about 37-39 inches in the bra underband, 33-37 at the waist, and 44-48 at the hips, according to the box. So far so good. There was a card tag attached to the thong.
The thong is very simple, you probably already have something in your knicker drawer that's nicer. It is essentially just a mesh triangle and a couple of elastic straps with a little satin bow at the back. It doesn't even have a gusset. I slipped them on no problem; they hug me maybe the tiniest bit closer than I'd like, but they're not what I'd call tight. They don't dig in uncomfortably. That's a good sign, right? Since my hips are my biggest part?
The bra and garter belt are the real stars of the show. The open-ended metal rings are stunning- thicker and heavier than I had imagined they'd be- and they each have two little twinkling rhinestones set in the tips.
I decided to test the set's mettle on my second-biggest area; my bust. I adjusted the shoulder straps and slipped on the bra. It oddly has only one hook instead of two or three in a column, though it does have the standard row of three eyelets. I hooked it into the 'correct' eye, the tightest, and was pleased to find that the band was also a decent fit. A little tighter than the thong, maybe, but as I said, the bras are always trickier for me when sold by dress size. In any case, it doesn't cut into me in any uncomfortable way. Surely this is another sign that I chose the XL wisely, no?
Well, I leaned forward and herded my sweater cows into their sexy new cages, careful to place my nipples in the rings, and stood up...
...to find my soft sandwich baps transformed into kaiser rolls. (Google for imagery if you need to.)
On closer inspection, this is evidenced in the product photos, but the effect is much reduced (and possibly even edited a little) on the model. The description does not say what size she is or what size she's wearing. But her boobs don't look small by any means.
The underwire provides next to nada by way of shape or support, but the real problem here is the material. The straps of the bra and belt are made of very stubborn elastic, the kind you fasten over your clothes in a luggage case to keep them from shifting during travel. So while any person with a modest bust might (and big emphasis on the might) be able to just rest their bosom against the inside of the cage and suffer only a tiny bit of distortion like the model; anyone with a cup size of or over whatever standard Anais has settled on will most likely end up looking like I did. That is to say, lumpy and weird. Not so bad from the front, but from the side.... Whoa. And not a good whoa. A 'whoa, were you in an accident?' kind of whoa.
But maybe the garter belt would save the day! My waist is my smallest section, and according to the box I'm within the right range. I let the garter straps out and pulled the belt around my middle. Strangely, the belt has the triple row and triple column of hooks and eyes that the bra lacks. The belt is made entirely of the rugged elastic, so it's actually tighter than the bra band which is affected by the underwire. The narrowest part of my waist is actually a teeny bit higher than my belly button, so I had to pull the belt down a little to get it centered in the ring. That was an exercise in futility- due to the excessively springy elastic, the belt almost immediately begins to ride up, and twist up with the slightest movement, even when resting in the exact nook of my waist; even when I re-hooked it in the loosest eyelet. Sitting down caused it to flip out entirely. And again with the weird flesh cookie-cutter effect.
Stockings aren't an option with this belt. They are a MUST. Ironically, you need the stockings to keep the garter belt in place! And even then...
If I had purchased this set, I could try a size up a see how that went. But I got it as a tester, and I seriously doubt it would solve the problem anyway. I reiterate that I think the build material is to blame more than anything. This is a case of the design concept being far superior to the execution. A different, more giving material would make this set a surefire killer.
In the end, I was too embarrassed to show my SO.
(Though I think I will at some point. He thinks I'm sexy no matter what I am or am not wearing. It'll be an interesting experiment in thresholds, if nothing else.)
- The design concept is sex incarnate. Cute rhinestone details in the rings.
- Fit is awkward due to material. Turns boobs and soft bits into funky flesh balloons.
- Bottom line
- Buy at your own risk and be prepared to return/ exchange. Might suit smaller people.
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