14 Fashion Insiders on the Best Strapless Bras on the Market

Natori Feathers Strapless Bra

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“Strapless bras are a wardrobe staple, and it’s no surprise that this breathable style from Natori is getting strong reviews from our customers. The plunging, multi-way silhouette is comfortable and functional, and the lace adds a touch of chic!” — Carmen Nestares, Chief Marketing Officer, Amazon Fashion

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