A new Pin-up Girl in the line of sewing patterns! The #2509 Ova-Bra Slimmer that you can wear over (ova) your own great fitting bra to smooth away those lumps and bumps and make your clothes fit and look fabulous. Check out the options! Two body views – one hip length so you can tuck it in …or the full body version that has a hook and eye closure at the front of the gusset area. Easy to get at bathroom needs!

Then you can choose either the lace cami version or the plain fabric version. With all the laces we have, that might be a tough decision in itself! The plain fabric version would be ideal under a wrap dress, so that when (and they always do) fall open, you won’t be exposing yourself to the world. The solid fabric cami will hide your assets very nicely.

Lastly, but not leastly (is that even a word?) you have three different back options to choose from. The Y-back style on the left above is handy for those racer back tank tops or halter neck dresses (that still have a back). The scoop back in the centre is designed to come up higher on the back to control and hide that nasty back fat (which no one knew we had until Oprah pointed it out!). lastly on the right is a straight across back which is most like a bra back. 

All of the back options can be used on any of the front views or versions. Your choice!

We recommend using the Regular Power Net FP-1 for this shaper. It has the compression power you want for such as garment. Not to mention that it is available in 12 colours! We tested this our on many students and we have discovered that if you use the Satin Power Net FP-5 you will have to use one, sometimes 2 sizes smaller than your measurements indicate. That’s because the Satin Power Net is not as firm and stretches more than the Regular Powe Net.

Sizing for this new Pin-up Girl? Sizes A-J with hip size 35″-51″ (89-130 cm) Available now at www.bramakers.com or in Europe from Bodil Friman at B’wear at www.bwear.se. In the United States, please see www.sweetcupsbrasupply.com 

6 replies
  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    I can't help but love this look as a SWIMSUIT pattern! Every time I look at it I see a great suit!

  2. Karen from Baltimore
    Karen from Baltimore says:

    Love the back options. This is a little off topic, but could you post info on how to convert a regular partial band bra like the Linda to a front close? Also, a quickie schematic showing how to change the seamlines in the Classic bra so they don't hit right in the center? Another question I have is, is the Sharon Demi bra better for a low volume breast than the Classic bra? They seem to fit my daughter better in the store……..

  3. Beverly Johnson
    Beverly Johnson says:

    It looks amazing on too! We have been using it in the classroom for over a year now, doing the fit testing. That's how I came up with so many options – every student had her own version of the perfect body shaper!


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