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Two new styles in Statement Makers
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Mar '11
The Wonderbra brand is busting women's bra blahs with its new Statement Makers collection, featuring two new T-shirt bra styles including a push-up and demi underwire. Now available at retailers nationwide, these new bras come in a variety of contrasting, playful colors and exciting prints that say anything but ho-hum.

“Wonderbra is known as the enhancement experts and the new Statement Makers line addresses women's passion for style by creating a look that is confident, flirty and fun,” says Ashley Hayzlip, Wonderbra brand manager. “Colorful patterns and bold prints allow her to draw attention and make her statement, without saying a word.”

The new Wonderbra Statement Makers collection provides women with two new styles in on-trend colors like rich lapis, pink punch and sugar-dusted berry that will amp up any wardrobe. These new styles are:

• Wonderbra T-shirt Push-up Underwire Bra: Comfortable push-up with a deep, plunging neckline that is sure to enhance even the most basic outfit.
• Wonderbra T-shirt Demi Underwire Bra: Smooth cups and a lightweight feel provide contoured shaping that is virtually undetectable under the tightest of tees.

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. The Wonderbra brand is owned by Hanesbrands Inc. and/or its affiliates.

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