Here we have two of the classic vintage Maidenform Chantilly bras, probably from the 1980’s. The two are identical except for the size. It is interesting that these two bras and this one that I posted earlier appear the same … Continue reading →
Bali sold Sno-Flake bras for many years in the 1960’s and 70’s and perhaps beyond. There were several versions, including strapless, longline, seamless, and a bra-slip. This one, the 2620 was probably the most popular and long lived. You can … Continue reading →
Lady Marlene started in the 1950’s, and were known for their bridal lingerie and bustiers. At some point they were acquired by Gelmart, and as far as I can determine are no longer in production. This classic satin strapless bustier … Continue reading →
Here is another Wynette by Valmont bra, with no brand on the label, identified by the RN number. This is a traditional crossover style bra with the addition of pockets on the inside of the cups for insertion of forms. … Continue reading →
Here is another of the classic 655 Cross Your Heart bras. This one must be fairly old, as it is made in the USA. These are still being made but are now imported. The wirefree cups are smooth and seamless … Continue reading →
Here is another version of the iconic Playtex 18-Hour collection. Smooth, seamless, wirefree cups are unlined and trimmed with lace. Wings are of the traditional spanette rubberized stretch lace. Wide padded straps stretch and adjust in back. Here is a … Continue reading →
This style, the “Pretty Bali” was sold in the late 1980’s. Full coverage underwired cups are unlined with lace above and satin below. Stretch straps adjust in the front. A well made bra with classic styling.
This style must be discontinued as it does not appear on the Soma website. Two section underwire cups with a diagonal seam have smooth satin on the bottom and sheer mesh with pretty embroidery on the top. The stretch straps … Continue reading →