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Revolutionary bra strap line from Le BraZees
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Jun '12
Executives at Le BraZees announced the company has launched a revolutionary bra strap line. The new line of designer bra straps can be worn for both casual and formal affairs and are designed to enhance the natural beauty and elegance of the wearer instead of becoming a focal point.

The revolutionary line of fashionable bra straps come with a flexible elastic strap design which allows Le BraZees to fit snug on the shoulder and can be combined with virtually any style.

Le BraZees' new patented design has never been seen before in the fashion industry and is set to raise the bar on women's fashion accessories by eliminating the traditionally unflattering cloth or heavily jeweled, gaudy bra straps.

The invisible bra strap design is for women of all ages and can be worn at the beach, on campus, at work or out on the town as they are comfortable and can be worn throughout the day.

The Le BraZees product line was created by Spanish designer Marta Silvestre who has been an artist and fashion designer in Europe and Latin America for more than twenty years.

During her travels, Marta recognized the need for a functional accessory line that is subtle yet elegant without being overbearing. Marta created the line of designer bra straps after having merged artistic influences from her travels in Europe, Mexico and South America and she is sure every woman will enjoy Le BraZees as much as she does.

Women of any age can choose between the sleek Ibiza, Barcelona and Valencia Collections which include unique Swarovski crystal and pearl designs or choose from the Madrid Collection's unique Essential and Night metal bead designs. Regardless of preference, Marta truly believes that the hundreds of satisfied clients cannot be wrong in their love for this new line of bra straps.

Le BraZees


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