9 Push-Up Bras That Will Make You Feel Supported

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TellTale is the intimates division of Chico’s, and their selection of push-up bras is not to be missed. Their VP of design, Holly Wilson, named this style her favorite push-up. She says «the sleek micro cups keep your look simple and smooth, and the mesh wings keep this style light and easy to wear.”

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