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Turn from tepid to scorching with 3 Degrees convertible bra
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The Wonderbra brand is igniting a movement to create a heat wave in intimate apparel with the launch of 3 Degrees of Hot, the ultimate convertible bra. From flirting up a deep-V neckline, shouldering a sassy halter look or converting an oh-so-ordinary T-shirt silhouette from tepid to scorching, the 3 Degrees of Hot convertible bra—which provides a choice of three push-up levels —gives a girl the fashion firepower she needs for sizzlin' summer style and beyond.

In the heat of the (dressing) moment, women don't need a degree in thermodynamics to raise their personal sizzle factor thanks to three degrees of adjustable push-up, plus numerous strap and hook-and-eye combinations for more than 100 tempting ways to wear the hottest new Wonderbra. To push up, an innovative “cookie” system—three pads that insert into the cup—brings three ways for women to spark their look.

Fashionistas can keep their look amped up and in place with the 3 Degrees of Hot bra's innovative No Slip Fit lining that keeps the back in place comfortably all day no matter the degree of hotness.

After creating a fashion sensation in the U.K., the Wonderbra brand made its U.S. debut in 1994 with the Push-Up Plunge Bra. An instant phenomenon, this Wonderbra style sold at a rate of one every 15 seconds, quickly becoming the nation's top selling push-up bra. Since that time, the Wonderbra brand has become an American icon for push-up but push-up was only the beginning! The brand now offers a complete line of add-a-size, push-up, light lift, and multi-way convertible bras to empower women to feel stylish everyday! The Wonderbra brand is owned by Hanesbrands Inc.

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