How it wears. It runs big, and the cups are demi. It’s more difficult to put on and take off than the non-padded lace bandeau. Much more. Because I’m fairly small at a 32B, I felt very insecure in it. The XS is a little too big. I know that larger gals have issues putting the padded bandeau on because the foam won’t stretch, and the cups barely come to the nipple line on them. The lace bandeaus fit easily over conventional bras, but the foam would make the padded bandeau difficult to do the same. Cute as it is, I don’t know that I would wear this frequently. If you can get the padded bandeau to fit you tightly on both hemlines, you’ll be secure. For the gals who love the way this garment looks, try sizing down and have the bra specialist check the band once you have it on in the fitting room.
Sexy lace bandeau silhouette designed with padding for smooth, seamless coverage. Add allure to your look with this Trenta Padded Bandeau Bra. Made in Italy.
At the top of our list sits one tiny yet surprisingly versatile piece: The padded bandeau. Not only are they comfortable and can be found in a range of different colors and patterns, they also function as a genius layering piece! You can opt to highlight—rather than cover up—your cool undergarments by styling a bandeau so that it peeks out from beneath a lounge-y summer tank, or serves as a contrasting pattern to a different print in your outfit.
The new Padded Bandeau from Victoria’s Secret PINK is lightly padded for shape and support, and is wireless for an easy, super comfortable fit. Show off the allover lace in fun colors and prints under tanks, tees and all of your light spring layers. The padded bandeau works for any style—girly, rocker, or sporty.