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Bali Intimate introduces Comfort Revolution Wirefree
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Poor fit, discomfort during all-day wear and riding up in the back are top complaints women have about their bras. With advancements in fabrics and construction, wearing a bra does not have to be uncomfortable, especially with the introduction of the Bali Comfort Revolution Wirefree bra. The Comfort Revolution Wirefree bra is completely seamless and features ultra-thin stretch foam cups and a soft comfort band, which moves with her to provide fit flexibility and comfort. The Comfort Revolution Wirefree bra provides targeted back and side support through patented knitting technology.

“With 85 percent of women wearing the wrong bra size, it is understandable why their bras are uncomfortable to wear,” said Vicki Seawright, Bali marketing director. “At Bali we know beauty comes from within and starts with what you wear underneath it all, and the Comfort Revolution Wirefree bra offers fit flexibility, comfort and support without sacrificing elegance and style. It makes it easy to live beautifully.”

Building on the attributes of the wirefree bra, the Bali brand will launch the Comfort Revolution Minimizer Underwire this September. The bra will provide the same breakthrough innovation for women who prefer a minimizer bra.

Available in a variety of colors, Bali Comfort Revolution Wirefree bras are sold in department stores nationwide with a suggested retail price. Bali Comfort Revolution Minimizer Underwire bras are also sold in department stores nationwide at a suggested retail price.

Bali is the No. 1 national intimate apparel brand in department and mid-tier stores. The Bali brand is part of Hanesbrands Inc.

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