~ Fit notes from Staci B - Founder & CEO ~
"The Shortee was created when I altered my Ultimate to make it shorter for days I didn't want or need tummy/muffin top control. We found less fabric in the front would eliminate the front from rolling up so we adjusted the front of this style to be very short but we kept the back longer to smooth more of the back bulge. It is best worn under any style top or dress that has a regular full coverage back. Great for all body types".
STYLE NOTE: The back of the Shortee may roll up on APPLE SHAPED women who carry more weight in their middle and less on their hips and legs. So for Apple Shaped women, stick with our longer styles
To properly measure your upper chest, stand in front of your mirror topless (with or without a bra) and with the tape measure high around the upper back and under your arms, pull the tape measure TIGHT above your breasts at the top of your cleavage.
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This bra is the only one I wear. It doesn’t roll up on me. It smooths out all back fat. It gives me support with wires in the front. Would definitely buy again.
I absolutely love these bras, and I own several now: shortees, tankees, the long ones, the slips, they're all so great. They're not sexy, but they have proper foam cups with underwire (which I prefer, though they do offer wire-free versions), and most important, NO BACK FAT! No rolls, bumps, lumps, no big buckle of hooks showing through the back of your shirt. I often wear these to play golf, where the shirts are often very thin, and these bras keep everything smooth and together. A friend once asked if I was going braless, LOL (as if!). I wear the longer ones on chillier days as a base layer, and the slips are great for slinkier dresses. I will note that I've found a few instances where the black versions run a bit smaller than the beige ones, so just something to consider. In a perfect world, they would make a front-close version of the Shortee/tankee with full cups (maybe demi, but not the little push-up ones), because I worry that in a few more years it may become difficult to get these bras on, but for now, all good!
OK I know I’m not one to write comments. But I really did like this bra. I was in VanMaur and spotted this. I am always on the lookout for a bra that I think will fit my mature body. When you need to,pull everything up and around. It did take me a couple of tries unfortunately to buy the right size because when I put a bra on I need to take the tag off to really see how it fits. So I am stuck with two that’s either too big or too small but when I did get the right size I loved it. My husband commented on my bra One day when he saw me wearing the black sports bra